Found October 24, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
Orlando Magic center Gustavo Ayon will miss the next two weeks with a sprained left thumb, coach Jacque Vaughn said Wednesday. "(It's) a good thing it happened now and early, and he can continue his conditioning and hopefully get right back into the fold after those few weeks,” Vaughn told the Orlando Sentinel. Ayon appeared ticketed to be the backup center behind Nik Vucevic. Vaughn said the injury to Ayon will not affect the final roster decisions heading into next week's opening game. Ayon, who is wearing a splint, said he has no pain in the thumb. He sustained the injury during the first quarter of Monday's preseason game against San Antonio Spurs.
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