Tyrese Haliburton’s current injury status with the Pacers (Updated: Apr. 09)

Tyrese Jason Haliburton (born February 29, 2000) is an American professional basketball player for the Indiana Pacers of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He played college basketball for the Iowa State Cyclones and was drafted by the Sacramento Kings in the 2020 NBA draft.

What the Pacers’ current injury situation is with Tyrese Haliburton

Injury: Ankle

Status: Expected to be out until at least Jul 2

UPDATE (Apr. 09):

Haliburton (ankle) will miss Sunday’s game against the Knicks.

Haliburton will miss his seventh consecutive game due to a right ankle issue, which should provide ample opportunity for T.J. McConnell (hip), Andrew Nembhard, George Hill, and Bennedict Mathurin on Sunday.

In 2022-23, Haliburton had a career year, setting career highs in points (20.7), assists (10.4), field goal percentage (49.0), and free throw percentage (.500). (.500). (87.1).

UPDATE (Apr. 07):

Tyrese Haliburton (ankle) has been ruled out for Friday’s game against the Detroit Pistons.

UPDATE (Apr. 05):

Haliburton will still not be able to play against the Knicks on Wednesday because of his ankle injury.
Haliburton is expected to miss his fifth straight game and his 11th in the last 13 games for Indiana. Since Chris Duarte is also out with an ankle injury, Andrew Nembhard and Bennedict Mathurin should continue to play more in the backcourt for the Pacers.
Haliburton’s next chance to play will be Friday against the Pistons, but it wouldn’t be surprising if he didn’t show up for either of the team’s last two games after Wednesday’s.

UPDATE (Apr. 02):

Tyrese Haliburton will not play in Sunday’s game in Cleveland due to ankle and elbow injuries.

With this being Haliburton’s fourth consecutive game missed, he has only three more opportunities to play before the season is over.

It wouldn’t be shocking if the point guard didn’t play again this season now that the Pacers are out of Play-In contention.

UPDATE (Mar. 31):

Tyrese Haliburton will sit out Friday’s matchup with the Thunder due to an ankle injury.

UPDATE (Mar. 29):

Haliburton hurt his ankle and elbow, so he won’t be able to play against the Bucks on Wednesday.

Haliburton will miss his second game in a row because his right ankle is sprained and his left elbow is sore.

This means that the Pacers will be missing a key player when they play the best team in the league, the Bucks. Because of this, Andrew Nembhard may get another start at point guard, and T.J. McConnell should also get more time off the bench.

UPDATE (Mar. 27):

Haliburton’s status for Monday’s game against the Mavericks is in doubt due to an ankle injury.

Haliburton played through the pain in his ankle and finished with 32 minutes of action on Saturday, but the Pacers may want to take it easy on him heading into a busy four-game week.

UPDATE (Mar. 25):

Tyrese Haliburton, an All-Star point guard for the Pacers, returned from a six-game absence due to a bruised left knee and sprained right ankle with 20 points, nine assists, and six rebounds in his debut.

This season, the Pacers have been led in scoring by Tyree Haliburton. He contributes 10.4 assists per game and shoots 48.8 percent for an average of 20.8 points.

UPDATE (Mar. 24):

Tyrese Haliburton (knee) is questionable for Friday’s game versus the Celtics.

UPDATE (Mar. 22):

Tyrese Haliburton (knee) is questionable for Wednesday’s game in Toronto.

Haliburton has missed the past five games for the Pacers, but he’s been ramping up his activities as of late, and this is the second straight game that he’s received the questionable tag.

UPDATE (Mar. 20):

On Monday, the Pacers and the Hornets will play each other, but Tyrese Haliburton will not be participating in the game in any capacity.

UPDATE (Mar. 17):

Tyrese Haliburton (knee) will miss at least the Pacers’ next three games with a sprained right ankle, Dustin Dopirak of the Indianapolis Star broke the news earlier today.

Indiana head coach Rick Carlisle told on Thursday. Haliburton hurt his ankle in practice on Wednesday. The All-Star guard had missed two games for Indiana because of a knee injury, but he got better and was able to do some work in the Wednesday practice before the ankle injury.