Rockets guard Eric Gordon helped off floor after rolling ankle in scrimmage against Celtics

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Houston Rockets guard Eric Gordon was helped off the floor after rolling his ankle during their scrimmage against the Boston Celtics on Tuesday night at Walt Disney World.

Gordon, late in the second quarter, rolled his left ankle after making a pass inside the lane and instantly fell to the ground in pain. The 31-year-old had to be helped up and slowly walked off the court, where he was seen putting very little weight on his left foot.

The Rockets announced that he would not return to the scrimmage — their last before play officially resumes on Thursday. Rockets head coach Mike D’Antoni told reporters after the game that Gordon would be out “a few days” after X-rays on his ankle came back negative, but according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski it might be between one to two weeks.

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Gordon was averaging 14.5 points and 1.9 rebounds per game this season, his fourth with Houston, when play was suspended.

The Rockets will resume play with a 40-24 record, the sixth-best in the Western Conference, and will take on the Dallas Mavericks on Friday.

Houston Rockets guard Eric Gordon
Houston Rockets guard Eric Gordon had to be helped off the court on Tuesday night after rolling his ankle during a scrimmage. (Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

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