The Sacramento Kings have gotten plenty of contributions from their guards early this season, but they'll be without their rookie guard in the next couple of games. According to James Ham of NBC Sports, rookie Tyrese Haliburton will miss the rest of Sacramento's current road trip.

Haliburton suffered a bone bruise in his left wrist in Sacramento's last game against the Houston Rockets, causing him to exit the contest early. After undergoing tests and experiencing soreness in his wrist, Kings head coach Luke Walton won't have the rookie available on the court in the coming days.

The Kings will have a rematch with the Houston Rockets on Saturday before traveling to take on the Golden State Warriors on Monday. With Haliburton out with an injury, Sacramento will likely deploy Cory Joseph more often and lean on De'Aaron Fox more.

Before sustaining his wrist injury, Tyrese Haliburton was supplying the Kings with valuable 3-point shooting off of the bench. The rookie 12th overall selection in the 2020 NBA Draft was averaging 10.6 points and 4.4 assists while shooting an impressive 50.0 percent from 3-point range in the first five games of the season.

Ahead of Sacramento's matchup with Houston, they hold a 3-2 record, with impressive wins over the Denver Nuggets (twice) and the Phoenix Suns, who have only lost one game so far this season. While it remains to be seen when Hailburton can return to the court for the Kings, he'll miss the next two outings with the team at the very least.