Kevin Chouinard: Trae Young and John Collins (load management) are out. Kevin Huerter (mid-back pain) remains questionable. DeAndre’ Bembry and Kent Bazemore are available.
Kevin Chouinard: Injury list for tomorrow vs. MIL Kent Bazemore (left adductor strain) is probable. DeAndre’ Bembry (right ankle sprain) is probable. John Collins (load management) is questionable. Kevin Huerter (mid-back pain) is questionable. Trae Young (load management) is questionable.
Kevin Chouinard: Hawks say that for tomorrow vs. HOU: DeAndre’ Bembry (left quad contusion) is probable. Kevin Huerter (left ankle sprain) is questionable. Miles Plumlee (left knee pain) is out. Taurean Prince (personal reasons) is out.
Hawks forward DeAndre’ Bembry won’t participate in the team’s summer league games over the next two weeks as he recovers from April surgery to repair a fractured right wrist.
Bembry participated in portions of the team’s practice Friday. He said plans to travel with the Hawks to Utah and Las Vegas. “As you can see I’m shooting and working out and everything like that,” he said. “It’s still a process. I’m almost back, not quite yet.”
Michael Cunningham: Hawks wing Bembry has a fractured right wrist. Expected recovery time is 4-6 weeks.
Michael Cunningham: Budenholzer says there's "some hope" Bembry (groin) will return before end of season. "We'll see how next few days go."
On Feb. 12, when DeAndre’ Bembry was set to return from a groin injury that had him on the shelf for most of six weeks, Hawks coach Mike Budenholzer cited “the most fundamental thing” necessary for Bembry to salvage his second NBA season. “I think he’s got to take care of himself and find a way to stay healthy,” Budenholzer said. Three games later Bembry was back on the injured list, and that’s where he’s remained. All indications are that Bembry won’t play again this season--there are just seven games left--in which case it will end with just 21 games and 364 minutes played.
Michael Cunningham: Budenholzer says Bembry will be available to play, assuming no issues after warm up
Earlier today Atlanta Hawks forward DeAndre’ Bembry received an MRI at the Emory Sports Medicine Complex, which revealed a grade 1 left adductor strain. He will be out one-to-three weeks and his status will be updated as appropriate.
Michael Cunningham: Bembry is listed on Hawks injury report with groin strain. He's not with team for game at Blazers tonight.
Michael Cunningham: Budenholzer says Bembry (wrist) is available to play. If plays, will be in "short bursts" with total minutes "based on feel."
Michael Cunningham: Bembry (wrist) says he's ready to play but still coming up with plan with train staff. "I say within the next four games I'll be playing."
Michael Cunningham: Bembry (wrist fracture) upgraded to probable on Hawks injury report. Hasn't played since season opener.
Michael Cunningham: Bembry (R wrist) has progressed to dribbling, shooting mid-range Js. Says next step is to shoot 3s. Still unsure when he'll return. Surgery was Oct. 24.
Hawks wing player DeAndre Bembry’s bad injury luck continued Friday when a MRI revealed a fracture in his right wrist that he suffered during the first regular-season game. Bembry was scheduled to return to Atlanta after the game against the Charlotte Hornets on Friday and is to be evaluated by team physicians Monday. He said he’s not sure how long he’ll be out.
Earlier today, Atlanta Hawks guard/forward DeAndre’ Bembry underwent an MRI, which revealed a fracture in his right wrist. He will return to Atlanta following tonight’s game in Charlotte and meet with team physicians from Emory Orthopaedics & Spine Center on Monday, Oct. 23rd. His status will then be updated.
Marc J. Spears: Atlanta Hawks guard DeAndre' Bembry (right tricep strain) is expected to make his preseason debut on Friday against the Detroit Pistons, a source said.
November 25, 2020 | 1:57 am EST Update
For two weeks before it appeared that the Bucks had a deal to bring in Bogdanovic alongside Holiday, there had been promising rumblings in league circles that Antetokounmpo was prepared to sign the extension. A belief was building that Antetokounmpo was likely to opt for immediate financial security by signing before the season and quietly reserving the right to try to force a trade later if he was unhappy, as George did one season after re-signing in Oklahoma City.
Again, this is NOT normal. Usually, teams at the level of those three clubs above push all their chips in to maximize the present for all its worth. The fact these three clubs weren’t willing to do so tells you 1) how much of a game-changer they think Antetokounmpo would be for their franchises, and 2) how gettable they think he is in free agency. Put it this away: Nobody was setting cash aside to make a run at Anthony Davis this summer.
Carmichael Dave: Now that the Bogi situation is behind them, I continue to hear solid and steady chatter that the Kings and Hassan Whiteside are engaged in talks to bring him to Sacramento. Nothing is imminent, but they’ve been going on for days off and on.
While Jeremy Lin awaits a free agency offer from an NBA team, the Beijing Ducks are working to bring him back to China. Chinese Basketball Association reporter Jia Lei posted an update to that effect on his Weibo account on Wednesday morning. “Beijing Shougang is actively pursuing Jeremy Lin, trying to persuade Jeremy Lin to give up the NBA, return to the CBA, and join Beijing,” Jia wrote.
Ingram’s contract was the final thing on the to-do list for New Orleans this offseason, giving them 14 players under contract along with two-way player Naji Marshall. Ingram’s deal puts the Pelicans a few hairs under the luxury tax line, and a source told The Athletic that the plan for now is to go into training camp with the roster assembled the way it currently is. The only change I would expect to see between now and December is the addition of one more two-way contract player to add depth.
Bogdan Bogdanovic: Thank you so much @SacramentoKings for welcoming me with so much love to start my NBA career. Thank you for allowing me to be myself and giving me the opportunity to follow my dreams!!! Thank you to the fans and the city for welcoming me, and supporting me the whole time!! (1/2) I’m going to miss all my friends, teammates and one of the best fan bases in NBA!!! Thank you, your guy Bogi.