Lithuanian small forward of CSKA Moscow, Ramunas Siskauskas will have to keep out of action for the next month.

Siskauskas who led CSKA Moscow to the first ever European club win on U.S. soil over an NBA club got injured after spending just over five minutes on OAKA court, facing Panathinaikos for the first time, in Athens, since he left some three seasons ago.

According to CSKA official website he will have to skip the next one month: Our team’s forward Ramunas Siskauskas passed detailed medical examination in GMS Clinic in Moscow today. Doctors diagnosed lumbar spine injury. It is estimated that Ramunas will need minimum of a month to rehabilitate.

CSKA will have to deal with more injuries as Kaun is ready to udnergo surgery in the U.S. whily Khryapa is still not ready.