Garbajosa shut down after team doctors see 'unusual' MRI on leg

DALLAS -- Toronto forward Jorge Garbajosa was inactive for
Tuesday night's game at Dallas after team medical personnel saw
something "unusual" on an MRI of his left leg, the one he broke
last season.

Garbajosa has missed three of the Raptors' last four games. He
is not expected to play or practice again until the team can
determine the extent of the problem.

Last March, Garbajosa had surgery to repair a torn ligament in
his left ankle and a fractured fibula sustained in a game against
Boston. Garbajosa hasn't started any of the seven games he's played
this season, averaging 3.1 points and 2.1 rebounds in less than 11
minutes a game.

After playing 11 seasons in Europe, Garbajosa is in the second
year of a three-year contract with the Raptors. He made the NBA
all-rookie team last season, when he averaged 8.5 points and 4.9
rebounds in 67 games (60 starts) for the Raptors.