NBA Injury News: Cavs’ Anderson Varejao out for Season with Torn Tendon

Cavaliers center Anderson Varejao went from questionable, to out indefinitely, to this, per the team:

Anderson Varejao injured his right ankle and foot during Thursday afternoon’s team practice at Cleveland Clinic Courts. He was examined and received X-rays and MRI at Cleveland Clinic Sports Health immediately following practice, the results of which revealed an injury to the peroneus longus tendon.

In order to confirm the extent of the injury and diagnosis, a follow-up MRI was obtained today in Phoenix at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center. The results confirmed a complete tear of the peroneus longus in the midfoot of the right ankle and foot. Anderson will return to Cleveland in the near future for further consultation and treatment decisions will be made and he will likely miss the remainder of the current season.

 Cavaliers Head Team Physician Dr. Richard Parker will coordinate additional consultations and facilitate subsequent treatment plan recommendations. Further updates will be provided as available and appropriate.

More on this tomorrow.  It’s safe to say that Andy is no longer going to be receiving a ton of interest heading up to the trade deadline.