Raptors guard Kyle Lowry has a fracture of the distal phalanx of his left thumb and will be re-evaluated in two weeks, the team announced on Saturday.
Lowry sustained the injury during the first half of Toronto's 122–104 win over the Pelicans on Friday night. He hurt his thumb while trying to swipe at the basketball after New Orleans forward Derrick Favors corralled a missed shot. Lowry remained in the game until halftime but did not return in the third quarter
Toronto also announced forward Serge Ibaka will be out indefinitely after spraining his right ankle in Friday's game. The 30-year-old forward exited in the second quarter after turning his ankle late and needed assistance from his teammates while leaving the floor. Ibaka will undergo additional imaging in Los Angeles.
The Raptors head to Los Angeles to play the Lakers and Clippers in back-to-back contests on Sunday and Monday. They'll face LeBron James and the Lakers before playing former Raptor Kawhi Leonard. Leonard helped lead Toronto to its first NBA championship in franchise history last summer before signing with the Clippers as a free agent.