Orlando, FL (Sports Network) - Orlando Magic point guard Jameer Nelson isexpected to miss at least two more games with a strained hamstring he sufferedin the team's season opener.

Nelson incurred the injury during Orlando's 102-89 win over Denver on Fridayand sat out Sunday's 115-94 victory over Phoenix as a result. The 2009 All-Star visited a doctor on Monday for further evaluation and is doubtful totravel with the team for a two-game road trip that begins Tuesday in Chicago.

The Magic will also visit Minnesota on Wednesday during the swing.

Nelson, Orlando's longest tenured player who is in his ninth season with theclub, has averaged 12.4 points, 5.0 assists and 3.0 rebounds for his career.The 30-year-old had nine points and seven assists in 35 minutes against theNuggets.

The Magic are already without another key starter, with forward Hedo Turkoglusidelined a minimum of four weeks after fracturing his left hand in Friday'sopener.

E'Twaun Moore started at point guard against the Suns and will continue to doso in the event Nelson remains out. The second-year pro has averaged 14.0points and 4.5 assists through the season's first two games.