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Los Angeles Clippers point guard Milos Teodosic will have an MRI after leaving the game vs. the Phoenix Suns with a left foot injury, according to a report from ESPN.
The Clippers said an X-rays of Teodosic’s foot showed no break, as relayed by the Los Angeles Times.
Teodosic has been a major part of the remade Clippers in the post-Chris Paul era, with the 30-year old Serbian scoring six points and passing for six assists in the opening rout of the Los Angeles Lakers.
He had scored five points in 11 minutes before suffering the injury vs. the Suns.