ATLANTA -- Hawks guard Jannero Pargo is expected to miss two to four weeks following an appendectomy in Cleveland on Sunday night.
Pargo missed the Hawks' 103-87 win over the Cavaliers on Sunday with what was believed to be a stomach virus. He had the surgery at the Cleveland Clinic.
Hawks coach Larry Drew says Pargo, a backup who averages 5.2 points per game, may fly back to Atlanta on Tuesday.
Backup center Jason Collins played three minutes against Cleveland after missing 21 games with a sprained left elbow. Starting center Al Horford tore his left pectoral muscle in January and has not returned.