Detroit Pistons’ Isaiah Stewart (sprained right big toe) out at least two-to-three weeks

Detroit Free Press

Yet another Detroit Pistons injury will cost a key member time on the floor.

The Pistons announced Tuesday night that center Isaiah Stewart has been diagnosed with a sprained right big toe and will be re-evaluated in two-to-three weeks.

Stewart suffered the injury during the first half of Monday’s loss to the Raptors at Little Caesars Arena, when he was chasing a loose ball out of bounds.

This season, Stewart is averaging 12.0 points and 9.3 rebounds through 15 games. He’s shooting 47.5% from the field and 33.3% on 3-pointers.

The Pistons are currently without second-year guard Cade Cunningham, who is in the middle of an at least five-game rest with a sore left shin.

With Stewart out, the Pistons will likely use Marvin Bagley III and rookie Jalen Duren at center. Detroit begins a six-game road trip in Los Angeles against the Clippers on Thursday.

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