Carl Landry Out 4-5 Months Following Wrist Surgery

by June 03, 2015

The Sacramento Kings announced Tuesday that forward Carl Landry underwent successful surgery to repair a torn ligament in his right wrist.

Landry began to experience pain in the wrist in mid-January.

From the press release:

Landry experienced wrist soreness during the 2014-15 season, missing five games as a result (Jan. 16 – Jan. 23). An initial evaluation at that time by Dr. Carlson indicated surgery was not necessary. When pain in the wrist persisted during the offseason, Landry underwent an MRI early this week which revealed that a procedure was required to repair the injury.


Landry will begin rehabilitation immediately and is expected to be out approximately four to five months.