Hornets’ Davis to miss at least two more games
New Orleans, LA (Sports Network) – New Orleans Hornets starting guard Baron
Davis will miss at least the next two games as he continues to suffer from a
sprained left ankle.
Davis already sat out Wednesday’s 92-86 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers after
he sustained the injury during the fourth quarter of Monday’s setback against
the Timberwolves. Before leaving the contest against Minnesota, Davis scored
25 points and dished out five assists.
Davis has played in 41 games for the Hornets this season and leads the team in
scoring (23.4 ppg), assists (8.0 apg) and steals (2.46 spg). The UCLA product
is also averaging 4.2 rebounds per game.
In other news, guard David Wesley remains on the injured list with a sprained
left big toe, while forward David West, has who has missed the last five
contests with a sore right knee, is expected to play Friday versus Denver.