INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Pacers will be without starting guard Malcolm Brogdon after he suffered a torn muscle in his left leg.
The team announced Saturday that Brogdon is "week-to-week" after he was diagnosed with a torn left rectus femoris, a muscle in the quadriceps.
He exited after playing 11 minutes in the Pacers' loss Wednesday at Milwaukee and missed Friday's game against the Chicago Bulls. Brogdon has sat out 15 games with injuries this season.
Brogdon is averaging 16.3 points, 4.7 rebounds and 7.1 assists in his first season with the Pacers.