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Tim MacMahon: Kings rookie Harry Giles will not play the rest of the season due to a thigh contusion. "We're going to err on the side of caution," coach Dave Joerger said.
James Ham: From Kings: Marvin Bagley III is questionable tonight at San Antonio with a stomach illness and Harry Giles is out with a left thigh contusion.
Jason Anderson: Harry Giles (left thigh contusion) will be out again tonight when the @Sacramento Kings visit the @New Orleans Pelicans. He is still listed as day-to-day.
Jason Anderson: Harry Giles III (left thigh contusion) is out again for tonight's game between the @Sacramento Kings and @Los Angeles Lakers. Giles is listed as day-to-day.
James Ham: According to Joerger, no structural damage to Harry Giles leg. Just a thigh bruise and it stiffened up a bit during the half. No reason to risk anything more so Kings shut him down for the evening.
Harry Giles' future has been so hyped by those around the Kings, it's easy to forget he hasn't played since last year's NCAA Tournament. "I can understand having a guy coming off injury, that's a rookie that hasn't played, so I understand 'Why are they hyping him?'" Giles said. "But ... I'm ready to go. It's not about the hype, it's not about the media, it's about me getting on the court and playing ball in Vegas. That's my main goal, I don't even think about anything else."
Sacramento Kings rookie forward Harry Giles will be out through at least January while he and the Kings training staff focus on a measured and sustained progression plan designed to improve physical strength in his surgically repaired knees.
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