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Malcolm Miller undergoes ankle surgery, out 12 weeks

Well, this sucks.

The Toronto Raptors announced Tuesday that two-way player Malcolm Miller underwent arthroscopic surgery on his sprained ankle and is expected to miss 12 weeks.

Better to do it now and get the healing process underway, given it’s the dead of summer. Still, Miller will lose three months of development time and likely won’t be an active member of the Raptors training camp. Instead, his focus might be making the start of the Raptors 905 season.

Miller became the first ever Raptor signed to a two-way deal, and then immediately sprained his ankle in a Summer League practice. He can spend up to 45 days on the NBA roster between the start of G-League training camp and the end of the G-League season, plus any time before or after. Read more here.

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