Trail Blazers’ forward Noah Vonleh has suffered a right shoulder strain that will keep him out of training camp and likely the first two weeks of the regular season, CSN has learned. Entering his fourth NBA season, Vonleh is one of the Blazers' better defenders and he was expected to be in the mix for the Blazers’ starting power forward spot. He suffered the injury this week during pickup games at the team’s practice facility. The injury will not require surgery. Last season, Vonleh averaged 4.4 points and 5.2 rebounds in 74 games, including 41 starts.
Trail Blazers forward Noah Vonleh likely to miss start of season after suffering right shoulder injury
CSN Northwest | Sep 22