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Russell suffered the injury in a loss in Utah on Saturday night, and traveled back to New York with the team to undergo an MRI on Sunday. He will undergo further evaluation soon, league sources said.
The young guard limped out of the postgame locker room and down the hallway to be looked at by the Jazz’s team doctor. The Nets (5-8) chartered home after the game and the 21-year-old will be examined again by Brooklyn’s team doctors. “No update. Checking him out now,” was all Nets coach Kenny Atkinson could offer. “I didn’t really see it. I didn’t see the play. I think when he landed on a jump, I believe that’s when it happened. … We’re evaluating him now. I guess we’ll do more tests [Sunday].”
Anthony Puccio: Atkinson on Russell: "Nothing long term. Day-to-day. We're a cautious group, we want to make sure he's 100 percent."
Beyond nursing a rare two-game winning streak, the Lakers (23-55) will have D’Angelo Russell, Jordan Clarkson and Brandon Ingram available for Friday’s game against the Sacramento Kings (31-47) at Staples Center.
Mike Trudell: D’Angelo Russell has a sore knee and won’t play tonight. Tyler Ennis will get his first start in Russell’s place.
After missing a week of action due to a mild MCL sprain in his right knee and a strained right calf, D’Angelo Russell was back with his teammates as a full participant in Sunday’s practice. Russell did not participate in Saturday’s informal team workout, though he has been working individually through activities like ladder drills and sprints.
Mark Medina: D'Angelo Russell listed as questionable for Tuesday's game vs Denver. But that's subject to change since Lakers practice tomorrow
Lakers second-year guard D’Angelo Russell will be out between 1-2 weeks after an MRI taken on Saturday showed a mild MCL sprain, strained right calf and a bone bruise. The Lakers had already ruled him out for Sunday’s road game against the Dallas Mavericks and also did not travel with the team. Though Russell underwent an MRI on Saturday morning, the results did not become available until later in the evening.
Lakers starting point guard D'Angelo Russell exited Friday's 108-96 win over the Indiana Pacers after suffering a mild MCL sprain in his right knee as well as a strained right calf. He is scheduled to have an MRI on Saturday. "Just a little pain," Russell said. "Awkward position that I fell in caused a little pain, but I'm all right."
He will sit out for at least two more weeks, including when the Lakers (8-9) play host to the Atlanta Hawks (10-6) on Sunday at Staples Center. Russell plans to travel with the team this week to New Orleans (Tuesday), Chicago (Wednesday), Toronto (Friday) and Memphis (Saturday) to continue his rehab. “Definitely don’t want to force anything back,” said Russell, who will be reevalauted later in the week. “I feel like I got to be 100 percent perfect before I step back on the floor.”
Mike Bresnahan: D'Angelo projected to miss about 8 games while recovering from PRP injection. He's begun recovery process with swimming-pool exercises.
Los Angeles Lakers guard D’Angelo Russell received a PRP injection in his left knee today, it was announced by the team. The procedure was performed in Los Angeles by Dr. Steve Yoon. Russell is expected to be out a minimum of two weeks, and will be re-evaluated in one week.
Lakers point guard D'Angelo Russell missed Friday's 116-107 loss to the San Antonio Spurs with a sore left knee. Russell will take Saturday off from practice, and doctors will examine him before Sunday's game against the Bulls.
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