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Toronto Raptors forward Andrea Bargnani is expected to miss the rest of the season with an elbow injury.
Bargnani sprained his right elbow in the first quarter of Toronto's 118-116 road loss to the Los Angeles Lakers last Friday night and did not return.
The Raptors said the injury is not related to Bargnani's previous right elbow ailment that forced the 27-year-old Italian to miss 26 games between Dec. 12 and Feb. 3.
Before this injury, Bargnani had appeared in 14 of 15 games, including four straight starts.
The 7-foot, 256-pound Bargnani did not travel with the team to Boston, where the Raptors are scheduled to face the Celtics on Wednesday night.
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The Toronto Raptors fans have had enough of former overall number one pick, Andrea Bargnani. They've had their wish granted because Bargnani is finished for the year with an elbow injury. The same elbow that cost Bargnani some court action this year.
Bargnani missed 26 games earlier in the year with wrist and elbow injuries. He’s now suffered a new injury in the same elbow...
Raptors’ Andrea Bargnani will miss the remainder of the season with a right elbow sprain. The six-year veteran tweaked his elbow during the first quarter of Friday’s game against the Lakers, did not return, and has been getting tests since. Bargnani averaged 12.7 points and 3.7 rebounds in 35 games this season.
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The Toronto Raptors announced Wednesday that...
The Toronto Raptors announced Wednesday that Andrea Bargnani's season is likely over due to a right elbow strain.
Bargnani has an avulsion sprain of his right elbow, and it's not related to his previous elbow injury that kept him out for 26 games -- from December 12 to February 3 -- of this season.
Bargs suffered the injury during the first quarter of the March 8...
Andrea Bargnani will miss the remainder of the season due to an avulsion sprain of his right elbow.
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