Indiana Pacers saw three players getting into the NBA’s health and safety protocols. According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, Caris LeVert, Goga Bitanzde and TJ Warren became the latest players to land in protocols.
The Pacers also have Malcolm Brogdon, Isaiah Jackson, Chris Duarte, Jeremy Lamb and Kelan Martin in protocols, increaseing the numbers of players to eight.
Warren has yet to play this season amid rehab from a foot injury. Warren averaged about 20 points in his last full season, shooting a career-best 53-percent from the floor and a stellar 40-percent from 3 point range.
LeVert is among the leading scorer for the Pacers along with Brogdon. This season, he averages 17.8 points, 4.0 assists and 3.3 rebounds through 28 games.
Indiana is on 14-22 playing against Cleveland tonight. They are on a 3-game losing streak, as they got beat by the Bulls (two times) and Hornets in the last three contests.