Gordon Hayward will miss at any rate a month in the wake of hyper-extending his correct foot during the Charlotte Hornets’ success Friday night over the Indiana Pacers.
The group said in an articulation Saturday that Hayward will be reconsidered in around a month. He was harmed when he stepped on Myles Turner’s foot while heading to the bin in the subsequent quarter and quickly folded.
The 31-year-old forward is averaging 19.6 focuses, 5.9 bounce back and 4.1 helps per game in his first season with the Hornets on a $120 million, four-year bargain.
Charlotte is as of now without youngster monitor LaMelo Ball, out uncertainly with a wrecked right wrist.
This injury is on the contrary side of the frightful broken left lower leg Hayward endured in his first game with the Boston Celtics in 2017. He was an All-Star in 2016-17 with the Utah Jazz.