Scoot Henderson injured his ankle against Detroit on November 1, resulting in a sprain and bone bruising.
An MRI unveiled the extent of Henderson's injury, signaling a two to three-week recovery period.
With Henderson out, Malcolm Brogdon stepped into the starting lineup for the Blazers.
Brogdon suffered a hamstring injury against Sacramento, leading to Skylar Mays' recruitment.
Skylar Mays joined with a standard NBA contract, filling in for the injured Brogdon.
To compensate for Mays' promotion, the Blazers signed Jamaree Bouyea for a two-way slot.
Despite setbacks, the Blazers gear up for a game against the Lakers this Sunday at 7 p.m.
Henderson sits out, missing the last three games due to his ankle injury.
The Blazers grapple with lineup adjustments due to consecutive key player injuries.
Team and fans alike wish for a speedy recovery for both Scoot Henderson and Malcolm Brogdon.
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