San Antonio Spurs forward Kyle Anderson injured his left knee during Sunday night’s road game against the Oklahoma City Thunder and was forced to leave the contest.
Anderson underwent an MRI in San Antonio on Monday and he will miss the next two to three weeks with a sprained MCL, according to a report by ESPN.
A third-year swingman out of UCLA, Anderson is averaging 8.9 points on the season while shooting 51.3 percent from the field. He’s been starting in the place of Kawhi Leonard, who is still out with a quad injury.
The Spurs are 15-8 on the season.