Pelicans' Holiday out indefinitely with stress fracture
Summary of 5 articles · Updated Jan 10, 2014
The Pelicans announced Friday that point guard Jrue Holiday has been diagnosed with a stress fracture in his right tibia that will sideline him indefinitely. The New Orleans Pelicans say starting point guard Jrue Holiday is sidelined indefinitely with a right ankle injury. The team says the injury is a stress fracture in his tibia. Acquired from the Sixers in a trade last summer, Holiday has been a dependable floor general for the Pelicans, who have shown flashes of intrigue despite multiple injury issues. In 34 games this season, the 6-foot-4 Holiday is averaging 14.3 points, 7.9 assists and 4.2 rebounds. The 2013 All-Star had played in every game for New Orleans this season, averaging 14.3 points, a team-high 7.9 assists, 4.2 rebounds and 1.6 steals while shooting 44.7 percent overall and 39 percent from deep.