Hill, kicked a week ago during a win against Sacramento, also
will be out for Wednesday night's game at Toronto.
Magic coach Johnny Davis said the injury is not related to the
numerous left ankle problems that sidelined Hill for all but 47
games the previous four seasons.
``With anyone else, you would just tape it up a little tighter
and go,'' Davis said. ``With Grant, we're just being cautious. You
don't want him favoring it, which could throw him out of balance
and potentially cause a problem.
``We have to give him time to get it right. There is some
trepidation because it's the same leg.''
Hill, averaging 19.3 points and 4.4 rebounds, played in his
sixth All-Star Game last month. He did not travel with the Magic,
remaining in Orlando to rehab the injury.
Davis said guard Doug Christie is likely to have surgery to
remove bone spurs in his left ankle. Christie was placed on the
injured list Saturday and is expected to miss the rest of the
Davis did not say when Christie will have the operation.
After being acquired from Sacramento in a January trade,
Christie averaged 5.7 points on 36.7 percent shooting in 21 games.
He recently lost his starting job, with rookie Jameer Nelson
inserted at the point and Steve Francis moving to shooting guard.