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Cavaliers guard Daniel Gibson injured his right ankle during the Cavaliers game in New Jersey against the Nets on March 19th. Initial x-rays taken at the Prudential Center following the injury were negative. Gibson received treatment during the remainder of the Cavaliers road trip to Atlanta and Orlando.
After returning to Cleveland, his ankle had not progressed as expected. An MRI and examination at the Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Sports Health by Cavaliers Head Team Physician Dr. Richard Parker revealed a torn tendon in his right foot and ankle.
Gibson is undergoing further evaluation and seeking additional evaluations to determine the appropriate treatment. Updates on his treatment and subsequent recovery will be provided as appropriate.
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