Caris LeVert, who was sent to the Indiana Pacers as a part of a four-team trade that sent James Harden to the Brooklyn Webs from the Houston Rockets, is dealing with a medical problem.

An MRI conducted as part of a physical before the trade exposed a small mass on LeVert’s left kidney, the team said. He will go through additional medical tests to figure out the next actions.

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” On behalf of my household and myself, we desire to thank the Indiana Pacers for their assistance and assistance. We are grateful for their severe thoroughness throughout the physical process and I am looking forward to signing up with the team and belonging to this great company as quickly as possible,” LeVert said.

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Kevin Pritchard, the president of basketball operations, included: “We acquired Caris due to the fact that of who he is as a boy initially and foremost. His basketball ability and on court play promotes itself and we understand he has an excellent career ahead of him. We will support Caris through this time and understand that he will join us on the court as soon as he is able.”

He was balancing 18.5 points, 4.3 rebounds and 6 assists per game for the Webs prior to the trade.