Reddish reportedly faces a "six-week timetable" before returning to full health.
Former Duke guard Cam Reddish will undergo a "minor procedure" on a core muscle injury, according to The Athletic's Shams Charania.
Reddish is expected to be fully healthy in six weeks, per Charania. He was reportedly bothered by the core injury throughout his freshman season at Duke in 2018-19.
Sources: Cam Reddish will undergo a minor procedure for a core muscle injury. There is a six-week timetable that will have Reddish fully healthy. The core injury nagged him during the Duke season and will now fully heal.— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) May 31, 2019
The ex-Blue Devil is currently slated to be the No. 5 overall pick in June's NBA draft, according to Sports Illustrated's Jeremy Woo's most recent mock draft. Reddish averaged 13.5 points per game at Duke last season, shooting 35.6% from the field and 33.3% from three.
Reddish is expected to be the third former Duke player selected in the draft. Naismith winner Zion Williamson is the likely No. 1 pick, while R.J. Barrett could be selected within the first three picks.