Omari Sanfoka II: JaMychal Green joins Omri Casspi and Joakim Noah as “questionable” for tomorrow’s game against the Kings. Sore hamstring. Mike Conley and Kyle Anderson, who both played last night, are probable
David Cobb: JaMychal Green will be available against Minnesota tomorrow, according to the Grizzlies.
Mark Giannotto: Bad Memphis Grizzlies news: Dillon Brooks will be out 6 to 8 weeks with a grade 2 MCL sprain Good Memphis Grizzlies news: JaMychal Green is expected to return within the next 2 weeks.
Adrian Wojnarowski: Grizzlies forward JaMychal Green suffered a broken jaw and underwent surgery today. He was hurt in victory over Atlanta on Friday night.
Adrian Wojnarowski: Grizzlies forward JaMychal Green will likely miss four to six weeks after surgery Saturday to repair a broken jaw, league sources ESPN. Green isn’t expected to be cleared for contact for a month.
Ronald Tillery: JaMychal Green (knee) will be OUT tonight at Portland along with Andrew Harrison (right wrist/left shoulder), Chandler Parsons (rest) and Tyreke Evans (personal) is not with team. MarShon Brooks (left ankle) is Mr. anti-tank so he's questionable along with Marc Gasol (left groin)
Michael Wallace: Both JaMychal Green (illness) and Andrew Harrison (wrist) will miss tonight's game against Denver. Wayne Selden (knee) returns to play for first time since All-Star break. Grizz riding an 11-game losing streak.
Michael Wallace: Bickerstaff says JaMychal Green and James Ennis will return tonight from injuries to face the Pistons.
Michael Wallace: Grizzlies say Chandler Parsons (knee soreness) is day-to-day. He hasn't played since Dec. 27. Both JaMychal Green (ankle) and James Ennis (calf) are expected to return within the next week, which possibly puts them in play for the upcoming 4-game road trip.
Clay Bailey: Grizz Guards Andrew Harrison and Mario Chalmers -- both of whom missed Saturday's game in NO with shoulder injuries -- are playing vs. Sixers. JaMychal Green, suffering from right ankle issue is out
Ronald Tillery: Pregame - Griz forwards JaMychal Green (knee) and Brandan Wright (quad) will play tonight vs Warriors
Ronald Tillery: Pregame - Chandler Parsons will start in place of JaMychal Green (knee) and Marc Gasol (hip) will play after being listed as DOUBTFUL vs Clippers
Michael Wallace: Fizdale on Conley: "We've got to give that (foot) thing some time to cool off." Fizdale also said JaMychal Green (ankle/foot) will get 15-20 minutes in his first game since season opener.
Jason Quick: Memphis injury report at Portland: OUT - JaMychal Green (ankle); Wayne Seldon (quad). PROBABLE - Mario Chalmers (knee), Marc Gasol (ankle)
Jon Roser: #NEWS Grizzlies F JaMychal Green told me and @Eli560 tonight on @MemphisHustle broadcast he hopes to play next Saturday at Houston
Michael Wallace: Marc Gasol (ankle) and JaMychal Green (shoulder) upgraded to questionable for Tuesday's game at Spurs. Tony Allen (eye) also questionable.
Tim MacMahon: Grizzlies C Marc Gasol will miss his fifth straight game due to a left foot strain, having been ruled out against the Lakers. PF JaMychal Green (shoulder) also remains out. SF Vince Carter will sit as a rest day.
Mark Followill: Grizzlies this morning listing both Marc Gasol & JaMychal Green out for tonight's game vs Mavs (7p, @FOXSportsSW)
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Cody Taylor: The Magic announced that they have signed Admiral Schofield ahead of the start of training camp, which begins on Sept. 28.
Oleh Kosel: On latest Lowe Post podcast, Bobby Marks says he heard Josh Hart’s contract took so long to get signed because Pelicans were in holding pattern due to potential penalties from Lonzo Ball trade. “Did we need to use him maybe in a sign-&-trade to recoup maybe a 1st round pick?”
Sean Cunningham: Davion Mitchell says he feels like a rookie because he’s still learning all the new faces surrounding his Kings team, even though De’Aaron Fox said the Baylor product doesn’t seem like a rookie because he’s older. “Fox kind of took me under his wing.” pic.twitter.com/4YLryWCj2S
A month ago, Nets general manager Sean Marks expressed his confidence in signing James Harden and Kyrie Irving to contract extensions by the start of training camp, which is a week away. On Tuesday, he admitted he might need a little more time than he first thought. “We’ve had very positive conversations with both those guys, and whether it’s family members, people and so forth, I think it always helps to do these things in person,” Marks said. “With this being summer, we’re very cognizant of letting people have their own time away before we all get back into the swing of things here. We’re looking forward to sitting down with them over the course of the next week, two weeks, and furthering those discussions.”
While both are still currently entering the final year of their contracts, Marks doesn’t expect the lack of extensions to be a distraction. “This is something those guys know exactly how we feel, and I think they’ve been vocal about wanting to be part of this and build this together,” Marks said. “I think we’ve got an opportunity to hopefully build something special here for the foreseeable future. The fact that they want to collaborate, they want to come here together, they want to build this together.”