Adrian Wojnarowski ESPN
New Orleans Pelicans forward All-Star Anthony Davis has been diagnosed with a left adductor pressure, the team announced Monday.
Pelican forward Anthony Davis will be examined in New Orleans on Sunday to determine how serious his groin injury is, sources in the league told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
An MRI of his injured groin and a deeper examination revealed that there was no structural damage and the timetable for his return will be day-day.
Davis missed Saturday's game in Portland and will miss Monday night's game against the Golden State Warriors.
Davis averaged 25 points and 11 rebounds per game for the Pelicans, who are 12-11 and only one game out of sixth in the Western Conference playoff round.
Davis, four times All-Star, was injured on a contactless play in the fourth quarter of Friday's loss to the Utah Jazz. Without Davis, New Orleans defeated Portland on Saturday behind deMarcus Cousins' 38 points.
Davis had been the Western Conference Player of the Week with an average of 25 points, 11 rebounds and 57 percent shooting for the Pelicans.