Sacramento Kings forward Carl Landry is expected to miss three to four months after an MRI revealed a tear to his left hip flexor muscle.
Landry sustained the injury during a recent training camp practice. Surgery to repair the injury has been scheduled for Tuesday morning and will be performed in Philadelphia.
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Sacramento signed the free-agent forward to a four-year $26 million contract in the offseason after the Warriors made the decision not to resign him.
A six-year NBA veteran, Landry was a key player for the Warriors last season, scoring 10.8 points per game coming off the bench in 81 games played.
This will be Landry's second stint with the Kings.