Tuesday, October 9th, 2012 at 9:10 am  |  5 responses

Kyle Lowry Out With Strained Adductor Muscle in Left Leg

The Toronto Raptors announced that Kyle Lowry will sit out due to a strained adductor muscle in his left leg, and the guard will undergo therapy and rehab with no timetable for his return to the court. Per the Toronto Sun: “… head coach Dwane Casey said Lowry was being held out for precautionary reasons and the injury was ‘nothing overly serious,’ but Lowry battled a groin injury (diagnosed after he left a March 7 game against the Raptors early) and a sports hernia last year while with Houston. Lowry underwent off-season surgery on the sports hernia before being traded to the Raptors.”

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  • JR

    As a Raptors fan, this sounds about right.

  • spit hot fiyah

    a lot of injuries lately for him, raptors need him if they want to make any noise at all

  • Hursty

    For people wondering what an adductor is, it’s the group of muscles that allow you to close your legs (the muscles that contract on the inside part of your thigh) and bring them together. Simplest way to explain it.

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  • http://twitter.com/niQknacks niQ

    Injuries piling up before the start of the season. Hopefully the whole team will be healthy by Oct 31st.