Indiana Pacers backup center Ian Mahinmi hurt his shoulder while practicing with the French national team before the start of the FIBA World Cup, and the initial prognosis called for him to miss two to three months. After returning to Indianapolis and meeting with the team's medical staff, though, the injury doesn't look as serious. From Vigilant Sports' Scott Agness...
At this pace, the Pacers are going to ban the word "FIBA" from the entire state of Indiana. After losing Paul George for the year to a gruesome leg injury, backup center Ian Mahinmi has developed what is believed to be a dislocated shoulder, which could keep him out 2-3 months and threaten his start to the season. Via Vigilant Sports:
Indiana Pacers center Ian Mahinmi...
Ian Mahinmi suffered a shoulder injury while playing for the French national team.
Mahinmi will likely be sidelined two to three months, according to a France team doctor.
Pacers’ Ian Mahinmi is currently playing for France as they prepare for the 2014 FIBA World Cup and the center didn’t have the best moment in an exhibition game against the Philippines as he airballed consecutive free throws.
h/t The Score
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