Philadelphia 76ers point guard Jrue Holiday, the team's leading scorer, will miss Friday's game against Indiana and probably will be sidelined for a few more games because of a sprained foot sustained on Wednesday, CSNPhilly.com reported Friday.
Holiday played more than 40 minutes against the Bulls and scored 26 points, but does not know exactly when the injury occurred.
"I remember mid-third quarter I felt it, but I really don't know," he told CSNPhilly.com. "The rest of that game I felt it a little here and there, but it didn't affect the way I played."
Holiday leads the team in scoring (18.4 points per game), assists (8.9) and minutes played (38.5).