The Toronto Raptors say point guard Kyle Lowry and centre Serge Ibaka will be out indefinitely after both sustained injuries Friday night during a game against New Orleans.
The Raptors announced Saturday that Lowry will be re-evaluated in two weeks after sustaining a fracture in his left thumb during the first quarter of Toronto’s 122-104 win over the Pelicans.
Ibaka is also out indefinitely with a sprained right ankle. He will undergo additional imaging in Los Angeles.
Toronto (6-2) play the Lakers in L.A. Sunday night, followed by a matchup against former teammate Kawhi Leonard and the Clippers on Monday.
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Lowry is second on the team in points per game with 21.8, and second in assists with 6.5. Ibaka is fourth in points with 14 and fourth in rebounds at 6.5.