Found September 10, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
New Orleans Pelicans second-year backup forward Darius Miller could miss up to 12 weeks after suffering a stress fracture in his left foot that required surgery the team announced Monday. Miller 6 feet 8 235 pounds had been experiencing discomfort in his foot during recent volunteer workouts before team doctors diagnosed the injury. Although he is set to begin rehabilitation work in New Orleans on Tuesday Miller is expected to miss all of training camp that is set to begin on Oct. 1. As a rookie last season Miller played in 52 games and averaged 2.3 points. Last season Miller was the only New Orleans player on the roster to draw a NBA Development League assignment. He played in 11 games for the Iowa Energy which included eight starts and averaged 9.9 points 3.5 rebounds 1.6 assists in 27.2 minutes before he was recalled in January. During summer league play in Las Vegas during July Miller showed promise as a perimeter scorer at small forward. But he was still expected to have dif...

Pelicans' Miller has surgery on left foot

New Orleans Pelicans forward Darius Miller is not beginning his second year as a pro the way he intended. Miller suffered a stress fracture in his left foot and is now expected to miss 8-12 weeks. Team doctors discovered the injury after Miller experienced discomfort recently. Dr. Richard Ferkel of Southern California Orthopedic Institute surgically repaired the stress fracture...

Darius Miller To Miss 8-12 Weeks With Stress Fracture

Darius Miller has suffered a stress fracture in his left foot and is expected to miss eight to 12 weeks, the New Orleans Pelicans announced on Monday. Team doctors discovered the injury after Miller experienced discomfort recently. Miller will return to New Orleans on Sept. 10 to begin his rehabilitation process. Miller averaged 2.3 points and 1.5 rebounds as a rookie last season.

Pelicans forward Darius Miller sidelined up to 12 weeks with fracture in foot

New Orleans Pelicans second-year forward Darius Miller suffered a stress fracture in his left foot and is expected to be sidelined for up to 12 weeks the team announced Monday.

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Pelicans’ Jason Smith hoping to be cleared by training camp

When New Orleans Pelicans big man Jason Smith underwent season-ending surgery to repair his injured right shoulder last season, the expectation was that he would be ready to go for the start of the 2013-14 campaign. However, Smith continues to rehab from injury, and he’s yet to be medically cleared to participate in contact work. Smith told John Reid of that all he can...

Greg Stiemsma Hoping To 'Start A Lot Of Games' For Pelicans

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New Orleans Pelicans: Three Pivotal Questions Entering the Season

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