Shelvin Mack left Tuesday's game against the Orlando Magic in the second quarter with an ankle injury and is questionable to return. Mack appeared to step on the foot of Magic center Nikola Vucevic and limped his way off the court. He was off to a good start in the game with six points and two assists in just over eight minutes of action.
If Mack is unable to go in the second half, Mike Budenholzer could elect to go with Lou Williams at the point or turn to rookie Dennis Schröder who has fallen out of the rotation of late.
Mack is unlikely to travel with the Hawks to Houston due to the ankle injury. He will likely be reevaluated once the team returns to Atlanta.