Detroit Pistons Injury Update: Isaiah Stewart Sidelined, Set to Miss Multiple Games

Detroit Pistons Injury Update: Isaiah Stewart will miss multiple games with an ankle injury.

Detroit Pistons Injury Update: Isaiah Stewart will miss multiple games with an ankle injury.

In an already challenging season for the Detroit Pistons, they now face the additional hurdle of playing without one of their key players. Isaiah Stewart is set to be sidelined for at least the next 10 to 14 days due to an ankle sprain, as reported by ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.

Detroit Pistons injury update

Stewart suffered the injury on Sunday

Stewart left Sunday's upset victory over the contending Oklahoma City Thunder at Little Caesars Arena after having suffered the injury.

According to Wojnarowski, he'll miss at least the next 10 to 14 days:

Meanwhile, James Edwards III of The Athletic stated that Stewart will be re-evaluated in two weeks:

Stewart has been a solid contributor for the Pistons this season, averaging 11 points per game, 6.8 rebounds per game, and 1.7 assists per game in the 35 games he has appeared in.

TL;DR (too long didn't read)

  1. The Detroit Pistons will be without Isaiah Stewart for at least the next 10-14 days
  2. He suffered an ankle sprain during Sunday's victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder at Little Caesars Arena
  3. Stewart will be re-evaluated in two weeks
Detroit Pistons face setback

Bottom Line: Back at it tomorrow

The Pistons find themselves in a daunting season, securing only six wins and facing 41 losses, making it one of the most challenging campaigns for any NBA franchise in recent memory.

Despite the difficult circumstances, the NBA schedule does not afford a pause for injured players to recover. Tomorrow night, the Pistons will confront the Los Angeles Clippers at home without Isaiah Stewart. The tip-off is set just after 7:00 PM.

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