This is a blow to Sacramento — they went out and got Carl Landry this summer (along with Luc Richard Mbah a Moute and Greivis Vasquez) to provide some veteran stabilization behind their young core.
Now Landry is going to be out three to four months following surgery on a hip flexor, the team announced Monday. He suffered the injury during a training camp practice.
Sacramento paid Landry $26 million over four seasons this summer with the idea of mixing him in the rotation with DeMarcus Cousins, Jason Thompson, Chuck Hayes, and Patrick Patterson. Now we are not going to see that mix until much closer to the All-Star break.
Source: Kurt Helin Pro Basketball Talk