REPORT: J.R. Smith Likely To Play Sunday Against Indiana Pacers
J.R. Smith has missed the last two games with the Cleveland Cavaliers after he suffered a right knee bruise and quad tendinitis. He was diagnosed with the injury and was expected to miss two games, and it seems like that will the case.
The Cavs are listing both LeBron James and J.R. Smith as questionable for Sunday. Smith practiced Saturday, LeBron rested.
— Dave McMenamin (@mcten) November 7, 2015
In four games this season, all starts, Smith has averaged 4.8 points, 3.5 rebounds, and 2.5 assists on 27.6% from the field in just 23 minutes per game. Smith will hopefully look to get back on track on Sunday against the Pacers.
LeBron James suffered a knee to his thigh last night against the Sixers, and stayed down for a moment.
James sat out practice today and both he as well as Smith will test out their injuries tomorrow before the game.