New Orleans Pelicans shooting guard E'Twaun Moore is probable to play against the Orlando Magic on Wednesday, according to Justin Verrier of ESPN.

The 6-foot-4 Purdue alum missed the team's last game against the Boston Celtics after exiting the prior game against the Los Angeles Lakers with a right big toe injury.

Moore came off the bench last week after head coach Alvin Gentry opted to start rookie Buddy Hield.

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With the impending return of Jrue Holiday and Tyreke Evans, his minutes could eventually take a big hit, maybe even burying him deep into the bench behind Tim Frazier and Hield.

Moore is a decent scorer, but comes short just about everywhere else, making him more of a shoehorn starter than a real one.

Regardless, the Pelicans will need as much help as possible to rebound from an atrocious 2-9 start to the season.