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Holiday (leg) is wearing a walking boot and will be re-evaluated again in two weeks, the New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.

Holiday continues to nurse a stress reaction injury in his lower right leg. It's the same area that caused him to miss much of last season with a stress fracture in his right tibia. "This is completely different," Holiday said after Wednesday's shootaround. "Difference is that I had a crack in my shin last year, I don't have a crack now. I've got to two weeks in this boot to see how it goes." Holiday remains without a firm timetable, but he'll miss at least another two weeks and probably more, considering he'll have to work his way back into game shape once the stress reaction heals. In the meantime, the Pelicans will continue to rely on Tyreke Evans and recently acquired Norris Cole to handle point guard duties.

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Holiday (leg) aggravated the stress reaction in his lower right leg Monday and will be re-evaluated in three weeks.Holiday has missed the team's last 16 games with the injury, and he's now slated to miss another significant chunk of time. The hope is that he could return to practice after three weeks, though the team will certainly exercise caution given Holiday's history of stress-related injuries. His extended absence means Tyreke Evans will continue to start at point guard, but it also increases the likelihood that New Orleans pursues a deal for a point guard before Thursday's deadline.

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Coach Month Williams said there's a chance Holiday (leg) could return to practice with the team during the All-Star break, NBA.com reports.When asked on his weekly radio show if Holiday is close to returning, Williams had the following to say: "I think we are. Do I know the date? I'm not sure. But in my mind, it wouldn't be far-fetched to think we can get him back during the All-Star break. I know he's chomping at the bit and he's feeling a lot better. If we can get him back over the break, it would really give our team a jolt, and kind of settle the rotation a bit." Holiday hasn't played in nearly a month with a stress reaction in his lower-leg, and the Pelicans have turned to Tyreke Evans to fill in as the starting point guard. Once Holiday returns, Evans will likely shift back to small forward, though Williams could opt to use him in a more versatile role off the bench.

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Holiday (leg) remains out for Wednesday's game against the Pacers.The team has not provided a target return date for Holiday, who was diagnosed with a stress reaction in his right lower-leg in mid-January. He was initially given a 2-to-4 week timetable, so if that holds up, Holiday could return to action immediately following the All-Star break.

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Holiday (ankle) is likely to miss the next 2-to-4 weeks after tests revealed a stress reaction his right lower-leg, Jen Hale of Fox Sports reports.

Holiday has been battling inflammation in his right ankle, and it appears Wednesday's tests have revealed the source of the issue. Holiday, who missed much of last season with a stress fracture in his right tibia, has missed the last four games and will likely remain out until near or after the All-Star break. It's a tough blow for a Pelicans team that's short on guards after annexing Austin Rivers. Tyreke Evans figures to hold onto the starting point guard role for the foreseeable future, meaning Dante Cunningham will likely remain in the lineup at small forward. Nate Wolters, who signed a 10-day deal last week, could also see increased minutes. It also wouldn't be a surprise if the Pelicans, who are within striking distance of a playoff spot, look to add another point guard via free agency or trade.

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Holiday (ankle) is listed as questionable for Wednesday's matchup with the Lakers.

Holiday sat out his fourth consecutive game Monday against the Knicks, and he's in danger of missing a fifth. Tyreke Evans has filled in admirably at point guard, averaging 18.8 points and 5.8 assists, but the Pelicans are just 2-2 without Holiday - Anthony Davis has also missed three games - including losses to the Knicks and 76ers. If Holiday is held out again Wednesday, expect Evans to remain the starting point guard.

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Holiday (ankle) will be held out of Monday's game against the Knicks, Al Iannazzone of Newsday reports.

Holiday will miss a fourth straight game after sitting out Sunday's win over the Raptors. He's still listed as day-to-day but has not practiced since suffering the injury, so his status for Wednesday's game against the Lakers remains up in the air.

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Holiday (ankle) will not play Sunday against the Raptors, Jennifer Hale of Fox Sports reports.

Holiday's inflamed right ankle will cost him his third straight game Sunday, and he has yet to practice since suffering the injury. Continue to consider Holiday day-to-day, but don't rely on him to play Monday night in New York either, since the Pelicans may want to see him in practice before they get him back onto the court.

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Holiday (ankle) is questionable to suit up Sunday at Toronto, the New Orleans Times Picayune reports.

Holiday continues to deal with inflammation in his right ankle, which is threatening a third consecutive DNP. If he fails to take the court Sunday, expect Tyreke Evans to direct the offense yet again.

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Holiday (ankle) will not play Friday, the Times-Picayune's John Reid reports.

Holiday was unable to participate in shootaround, and Tyreke Evans will get another start at point guard, making him an excellent play in all formats. Consider Holiday questionable for Sunday's game in Toronto.