Kellan Olson: Monty said it might be weak to admit it but he said he thinks the team was down emotionally a few notches after Oubre’s injury. Said it’s now about digesting it and moving on. Would not confirm Oubre having surgery.
Duane Rankin: #Suns coach Monty Williams didn't have a diagnosis for Kelly Oubre Jr. right knee injury, saying Oubre and Suns are still gathering information. Oubre reportedly has a torn meniscus. Dario Saric will again start for Oubre.
Gina Mizell: Kelly Oubre Jr.’s knee injury is still an unspecified diagnosis on the #Suns’ official injury report for tomorrow’s game against Detroit. He and Kaminsky are the players listed as out.
Duane Rankin: Monty Williams still gathering information on Kelly Oubre Jr.'s knee injury. #Suns pic.twitter.com/ezOV0fAgnC
Gina Mizell: Monty Williams said during shootaround availability that Dario Saric (as expected) will start tonight for the injured Kelly Oubre Jr. Monty did not have a timetable on Oubre’s injury, and said he found out about it yesterday. #Suns
Kellan Olson: Welp. Kelly Oubre Jr. is out for tomorrow's game due to a right knee injury. No specifics listed on the injury. Kaminsky is still out and is the only other name on the injury report.
Kellan Olson: Williams said today that Baynes, Bridges and Oubre practiced. That would be a first for Bridges and Oubre from what we know. He wouldn't commit to whether or not they will play tomorrow night in Sacramento.
Kellan Olson: Suns injury updates: - Oubre has right wrist tendinitis. Sidelined w/ daily treatment. No timetable and re-evaluated in 7-10 days. - Bridges has a right patella bone bruise. Rehabbing right knee discomfort. No timetable. Re-evaluated in 7-10 days.
Gina Mizell: No update from Williams on Kelly Oubre (hand) or Mikal Bridges (knee), who did not participate during open portion of practice. "They seem to be progressing, which we all are." This is a more optimistic viewpoint than that we're all slowly deteriorating aka dying, ha! #Suns
Gina Mizell: Kelly Oubre has a brace/splint on his right hand and is not participating in the scrimmage work during the open media period. He’s up encouraging/barking at teammates. Mikal Bridges is also still absent. #Suns
Gina Mizell: Igor Kokoskov on Kelly Oubre’s thumb injury: “We feel bad about it. Especially lately, the way he was playing, (he was) a big part of our team, a big part of our offense...he can’t help us on the court, but even that little help on the sideline can be crucial.” #Suns
Adrian Wojnarowski: Phoenix F Kelly Oubre, Jr., will undergo minor procedure on his left thumb and miss rest of season, sources tell ESPN. Oubre's recovery will be 4-to-6 weeks. He heads into restricted free agency on best stretch of career: 20 PPG, 5.7 RPG since becoming starter post-All-Star break
Duane Rankin: #Suns official injury report for tomorrow's game vs. Detroit: Richaun Holmes (right quad strain) questionable (Holmes said he's playing tomorrow). Tyler Johnson (sore right knee), Kelly Oubre Jr. (left thumb sprain) and T.J. Warren (right ankle soreness) are all OUT pic.twitter.com/vUNZoFfNHI
Chase Hughes: Scott Brooks said that Kelly Oubre, Jr. will return tonight after missing the Wizards’ last game due to a sore left foot. Brooks joked ‘I’m sure he will be dressed for the occasion.’
Candace Buckner: Kelly Oubre Jr. back at practice after missing Sunday's game. He said this particular pain (sore foot) has been bothering him for over a week, but has been playing through it. Expects to play tomorrow vs Miami
Chase Hughes: Scott Brooks said Kelly Oubre is 'back on the court and will be fine going into training camp' after PRP treatment.
Washington Wizards forward Kelly Oubre Jr. received platelet-rich plasma injections in his right knee Friday in Los Angeles, according to several people close to the situation. Oubre, a second-year player who played through pain during the Wizards’ playoff run, is not expected to undergo further injections and will sit out the next few weeks to rest his knee. Although Oubre could resume basketball activities later this month but will not play with the Wizards’ Summer League team in July.
Washington Wizards forward Kelly Oubre Jr. received platelet-rich plasma injections in his right knee Friday in Los Angeles, according to several people close to the situation.
Oubre, a second-year player who played through pain during the Wizards’ playoff run, is not expected to undergo further injections and will sit out the next few weeks to rest his knee. He is not expected to play with the Wizards’ Summer League team in July but could resume basketball activities later this month.
Candace Buckner: Story posting soon: #Wizards F Kelly Oubre Jr. had PRP injection in rt knee today in LA. Oubre dealt w/ injury even b4 the playoffs began.
Washington Wizards small forward Kelly Oubre Jr. plans to undergo PRP injections to his right knee, league sources tell ESPN. Oubre, 21, is expected to be able to return to basketball activities in approximately two weeks, sources say.
The second-year forward has been bothered by the knee injury since the opening-round series against the Atlanta Hawks. He had an MRI last week and, according to league sources, no structural damage was revealed.
Jason Smith and Kelly Oubre missed Monday's practice session with the Wizards because of sore knees, but their availability for Game 2 vs. the Atlanta Hawks on Wednesday doesn't appear to be in question.
Just as the Wizards seemed to hit their stride and get back Markieff Morris from a foot injury that kept him out a game, they won't have Kelly Oubre for Sunday's contest with the L.A. Clippers because he's in concussion protocol. Oubre, a 6-7 forward who has been a valuable defender coming off the bench or when coach Scott Brooks uses small-ball lineups, is listed out by the team. The Wizards have won four of five games and might not have Jason Smith (right hamstring) after he removed himself from Friday's win over the Detroit Pistons.
January 25, 2021 | 2:33 pm EST Update
Josh Robbins: Today, the Magic & AdventHealth are announcing the start of construction of the 130,000-square-foot AdventHealth Training Center in Parramore. It’ll include a sports medicine center for the general public. Below, an architectural rendering of the exterior, courtesy of the Magic. pic.twitter.com/VPj5rx9LZr
Josh Robbins: Originally planned to open by Sept. 2021, the team now says the building “is slated to open in the second quarter of 2022.” The facility will include two full-length basketball courts, larger strength and conditioning areas and enhanced physical therapy/hydrotherapy areas. pic.twitter.com/Ms6TiYL9MM