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Kelly Iko: A little bit of swelling around Eric Gordon’s left ankle this morning per a team source, but he’s in good spirits. It’s the same ankle he had problems with during his Clipper days. Expect Austin Rivers’ role to increase.
Adrian Wojnarowski: Reporting from The Bubble on @GetUpESPN: The latest on injuries to Anthony Davis and Eric Gordon. "The Lakers are going to be very conservative about Anthony Davis."

Houston Rockets guard Eric Gordon is feared to be lost for one to two weeks because of a left ankle injury suffered in a scrimmage Tuesday, sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. The Rockets are expected to have a clearer sense of Gordon's injury timeline once he's evaluated again Wednesday, sources said. X-rays were negative on the ankle, coach Mike D'Antoni said. "It hurts," D'Antoni added after Houston's 137-112 scrimmage victory over the Boston Celtics.

Kelly Iko: Eric Gordon will not return (left ankle injury)
Salman Ali: Eric Gordon: "There's not a second thought about my knee. It's all about what I'm going to do on the court."
Mark Berman: Eric Gordon (@Eric Gordon): “I’m happy that I’m back to full health as I am now. When you have surgery (right knee scope) during the season it’s always tough, but now I’m back to myself and what I should be doing.” #Rockets
Kelly Iko: Eric Gordon: I’m happy that I’m back to full health. Now I’m back to myself and what I should be doing. Re:small ball—We should be able to make the game easier for one another.
Alykhan Bijani: Eric Gordon on if his knee feels better: “Yeah, yeah, yeah. My knee is feeling really good now. When you have surgery during the beginning of the season, that’s always tough.”
Salman Ali: Eric Gordon said he's had tightness in his shin area that he's been dealing with since the Utah game (50 point game). Gordon's been playing through it. Says it's nothing minor and will treat it over the next few days.
Rockets guard Eric Gordon traveled with the team for the first time since his Nov. 13 knee surgery having begun on-court running on Monday, the next phase of his rehabilitation. Gordon said the original projection of a return to games at around Christmas remains in play, though it is too soon to be more definitive. The plan is to gradually increase his workload and back off as necessary, making it difficult still to be specific about a timetable.
“Oh, for sure,” Gordon said. “Before, I was dealing with pain every day. It just got worse as the season started. I was trying to get through it. I was more worried about what I was doing than focusing on the game and just playing the game. I can tell it’s better. By the time I get back here soon, all I’ll worry about is playing. It will be a big relief for sure. “I got to get the conditioning part and strengthen my leg. Everything is heading in the right direction. I just have to continue what I’ve been doing.”
An MRI provided answers to why Gordon had gotten off to such a slow start, even relief Gordon said. But the Rockets lose him when the schedule turns far more challenging. “I haven’t been able to do all I really want all year,” Gordon said. “I’ll be able to be more balanced, more athletic. I knew I wasn’t on balance all year. I’ll be able to get it right, now.”
Jonathan Feigen: Rockets guard Eric Gordon listed as questionable to play in Sacramento on Wednesday. He sat out last night in Phoenix.
Mark Berman: Eric Gordon on his right knee:"I have a big contusion&a lot of swelling.The good thing,it's going to be more short term than long.We'll c how I feel over the next couple of days. It's kind of more on feel.I know if I'm able to run,I don't care how much pain I have I'm gonna play"
Salman Ali: From Daryl Morey's Instagram Q&A: pic.twitter.com/tBoUWdsfOy

Adrian Wojnarowski: Rockets guard Eric Gordon will get an MRI on bruised right knee Sunday, league source tells ESPN. He left Saturday night's victory over New Orleans in fourth quarter with the injury.
Jonathan Feigen: Rockets guard Eric Gordon ruled out to play in Indianapolis on Monday with a right adductor strain.
Jonathan Feigen: D'Antoni said Eric Gordon is day-to-day. Happened last night. Rockets calling it a sore right leg.
Jonathan Feigen: New injury issues for the Rockets. Eric Gordon is out with a sore leg. James Ennis is questionable with a sore right hamstring. That was the hamstring that had been strained before he came back last night in Brooklyn. James Harden is available to play tonight against in Chicago.
Michael C. Wright: Clint Capela had an x-ray onn that tight hand, and D’antoni said it’s just a bruise. Said he was worried. Said Eric Gordon’s knee is fine too.
Tim MacMahon: Key Rockets reserves Eric Gordon (foot) and Ryan Anderson (ankle) are out again against the Thunder.
Tim MacMahon: Rockets sixth man Eric Gordon (foot) will rest as a precaution against the Trail Blazers, coach Mike D'Antoni said. Ryan Anderson (ankle) is also out.
Alykhan Bijani: OUT for the #Rockets Eric Gordon (knee) Chris Paul (hip) Nene (back) IN: Luc Mbah a Moute Trevor Ariza Gerald Green to start tonight.
Kelly Iko: #Rockets G Eric Gordon is “good to go” and should make his return tonight, according to a source close to the player. Gordon has missed the past three games with an undisclosed illness.
Jonathan Feigen: Ryan Anderson (sore right hip flexor) and Brandan Wright (sore right knee) are out for Rockets vs. Clippers tomorrow. Clint Capela (illness) is questionable. Eric Gordon, who missed past three games with an illness, is not on the injury report, so it seems he will be back.
Ira Winderman: Ariza out for Rockets, Gordon doubtful and Anderson will give it a try.
Jonathan Feigen: Rockets G Eric Gordon out tonight vs. Cavaliers. Rockets confident will return Tuesday vs. Nets.
Paul Garcia: Chris Paul will play tonight against the Spurs per Coach D’Antoni. No minutes restriction. Eric Gordon won’t play tonight.
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