March 17, 2016, 10:16 am
Meyers Leonard (shoulder) will miss at least the next three games with his shoulder injury.
Leonard came back very early from the injury earlier in the year and this isn’t all that surprising. His 21 mpg over the last two weeks will get distributed to Ed Davis, Allen Crabbe, Moe Harkless and Noah Vonleh (in that order). Davis has been an up-and-down player but has been really down lately, but if you look at his month-long split he’s actually a low-end 14-team value in just 18.7 mpg. Low minute players can experience fluctuations and he’ll look a lot better if he can get 25 mpg over this minimum three-game stretch. The money scenario for Davis would be if Leonard stays out for a few weeks and he can get the four-game week after next week’s three-game slate.
Meyers Leonard said he "knew right away" he had re-injured his shoulder. No timeline for return but likely at least a week.
— Mike Richman (@mikegrich) March 17, 2016