Kyle Korver Out at Least Three Games With Broken Nose

by March 17, 2015

The Atlanta Hawks will be without Kyle Korver for at least two more games, as he recovers from a broken nose.

Korver sat out Monday night’s 110-103 road victory against the Sacramento Kings.

The sharp-shooter was hurt Sunday night after absorbing an offensive foul from the Lakers’ Ed Davis.

Per the AP:

Coach Mike Budenholzer said Korver had a procedure performed in Los Angeles on Monday and will re-evaluated after games this week against Sacramento, Golden State and Oklahoma City.


Korver’s injury was the latest blow on a West Coast road trip that has already claimed backup forward Mike Scott. He is expected to miss to six weeks because of a broken toe on his left foot.


The Hawks are hoping to soon get back forward Thabo Sefolosha, who has been out since Jan. 30 with a strained right calf.