The Orlando Magic received a scare when Glen Davis was fouled and dislocated his left shoulder late in Wednesday's victory over the Washington Wizards on Wednesday.
On Thursday, an MRI revealed a shoulder sprain. The injury will keep Davis sidelined four to six weeks, but will not require season-ending surgery.
"After further evaluation by our medical staff, Glen Davis has been diagnosed with a left shoulder sprain," Magic general manager Rob Hennigan said in a statement.
"The MRI showed no significant structural damage. He will be treated non-operatively. Treatment will include rest and subsequent strengthening of the muscles around his shoulder. His return will depend on progress made during his rehabilitation."
Davis has become a team leader and is having the best season of his career, averaging career highs in minutes (33), points (16), rebounds (7.9) and assists (1.8).
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