Cam Johnson will not be on the Nets' road trip because he is being evaluated for an ankle injury


During the game against Philadelphia, Cam was diagnosed with a right ankle sprain, as verified by a recent MRI.

While dealing with Ben Simmons' demoralising suspension for the rest of the season, the Brooklyn Nets appeared to be prepared for Cam Johnson's extended absence.

Johnson recently had an MRI, which revealed that the game against the Philadelphia 76ers on Tuesday was when he sprained his right ankle. 

As a result, he was unable to participate in the travelling game that the club was scheduled to play against the Detroit Pistons on Thursday. This is because the medical staff is still evaluating his condition.

Even though Cam wasn't with the Nets on their first trip, which was to Detroit, interim coach Kevin Ollie stressed that they take the 28-year-old's absence into account every day.

Ollie stated, "He has not yet arrived on the trip at this point." We are still assessing him at our facilities, and we are not ruling out the possibility that he will come back at a later time.

Nevertheless, we are going to take it day by day, just like everything else with all of our injuries, and we are looking forward to receiving the best possible outcome.

In spite of the fact that Brooklyn still has five more games to play away from home, it is not yet known whether Cam will eventually join them at any time during the arduous series of games.

Still, everyone on the Nets is crossing their fingers that Johnson will be fully healthy while he recovers and while they continue to use their short-handed team.

"But we want him to be 100 percent, so we don't want them to come back and get hurt again for a long time," Ollie said. "So we're making the most of this time when other guys have to step up.

When all of our guys get healthy soon, we'll be stronger and better prepared for this long fourth quarter stretch."

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