Toney Douglas to miss two weeks with stress fracture

Golden State Warriors point guard Toney Douglas will miss at least two weeks with a stress fracture in his tibia.

Toney Douglas has sustained a stress fracture which will keep him off the court for at least two weeks.

The Golden State Warriors point guard has reportedly been dealing with the issue for some time, but had tried to play through it.

CSNBayArea.com says that the 27-year-old will be kept out for at least a fortnight while recovering from the injury to his left tibia.

Douglas has averaged 6.4 points per game this season.

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