Heat's Willie Reed ruled out for Monday with bursitis in right ankle

MIAMI (AP) -- Willie Reed will not travel with the Miami Heat for Monday's game in Dallas because of bursitis in his right ankle.

Reed was injured in the fourth quarter of Miami's win over Indiana on Saturday. He limped around for several seconds, then went down in obvious pain and eventually was carted off the court.

Willie Reed has to be carted off the court

A sobering moment for the Miami Heat in the fourth quarter tonight, as big man Willie Reed has to be carted off the court after appearing to injure his leg.The Heat try to finish off the Pacers live on FOX Sports Sun.UPDATE: After the game, coach Erik Spoelstra gave an update on the calf injury, saying the team won't know the full extent until Sunday at the earliest.#MiamiHeat #NBA

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The Heat originally called Reed's injury a calf strain, and tests performed Sunday showed the bursitis.

Reed is being listed as day-to-day. He's averaging 5.3 points on 57 percent shooting this season.

His injury means the Heat will have 11 players available Monday, with four forwards or centers all out. Chris Bosh has not played this season, Justise Winslow (shoulder) is expected to miss the rest of the season and Josh McRoberts (foot) remains sidelined.