Magic forward Tobias Harris suffered a setback in his return from a high-ankle sprain and received a second MRI on his lower left leg, according to Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel. Harris also sought a second medical opinion. Robbins reports that there is no timetable for his return but it "seems like he won't be playing again in the immediate future." "High-ankle sprains take time, and everybody’s healing timeline is different," Magic general manager Rob Hennigan said Saturday. "And, right now, Tobias is working through that and trying to figure [that] out. When he feels his ankle is right, he’ll be ready to play. So, our stance right now is to be precautious and make sure that we don’t rush him back." Harris suffered the high ankle sprain on Oct. 20 in a preseason game. On Nov. 24, he made his regular season debut, scoring six points in 16 minutes. In Orlando's next game, coach Jacque Vaughn was set to start Harris at small forward, but the 21-year-old felt pain in his ankle and was held out of the game.