ATLANTA (AP) - Hawks guard Jannero Pargo is expected to miss two to four weeks following an appendectomy in Cleveland on Sunday night.
Pargo missed the Hawks' 103-87 win over the Cavaliers on Sunday with what was believed to be a stomach virus. He had the surgery at the Cleveland Clinic.
Hawks coach Larry Drew says Pargo, a backup who averages 5.2 points per game, may fly back to Atlanta on Tuesday.
Drew says forwards Marvin Williams (hip) and Vladimir Radmanovich (back) will not play Monday night against Boston. Guard Willie Green (hamstring) may play.
Backup center Jason Collins played three minutes against Cleveland after missing 21 games with a sprained left elbow.
Starting center Al Horford tore his left pectoral muscle in January and has not returned.