Gina Mizell: Michael Malone confirms during his pregame availability that rookie forward Tyler Lydon’s estimated recovery time from arthroscopic knee surgery is four months. Got injured during a G League game Wednesday, had surgery Friday. #Nuggets
League sources have confirmed to Mile High Sports that Tyler Lydon tore his meniscus in his left knee and that there is no structural damage to his knee beyond the torn meniscus. The Nuggets’ are relieved that the injury was not worse.
Adrian Wojnarowski: Denver Nuggets forward Tyler Lydon's left knee surgery will sideline him for four months, league source tells ESPN.
Harrison Wind: Nuggets forward Tyler Lydon will likely miss the remainder of his rookie season with a torn meniscus in his left knee, league sources tell @BSNDenver.
January 24, 2021 | 7:19 pm EST Update
Mirjam Swanson: PG on the six-game roadie coming up: “Not sure yet how well we can adjust to the limitations, but we should grow … we’ll have to find our fun within our team. So we’ll figure it out. That’s the least of the worries. We’ll figure it out.”
Andrew Greif: Ivica Zubac said he can “do much more than my game is showing right now.” But he said he feels “so much more comfortable” playing in fourth quarters this season (after barely doing it last year).
Brandon Rahbar: George Hill on Shai: “Even after games, he’s trying to figure out what he can do better. He has high expectations for himself, and we have high expectations for him. He’s developing into a great young guard in this league.”