Grizzlies rookie Jaren Jackson Jr. (quad) sidelined for 'foreseeable future,' report says

Jaren Jackson Jr. may not see the court for a while as he rehabilitates from a right quad injury.

The Grizzlies are sidelining their rookie forward for the foreseeable future, according to ESPN.

Jackson missed Friday’s game against the Clippers with the injury. He had played in 58 of the team’s previous 59 games this season.

The 19-year-old is averaging 13.8 points, 4.7 rebounds and 1.4 blocks.

It is unclear how long Jackson will be out, but with Memphis sporting a 23-36 record and nine games out of a playoff spot coming into Friday’s game, it could be for a good while.