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Joe Mussatto: Darius Miller (right Achilles) anticipates being ready by the start of the season. Miller missed all of last season with the Pelicans.
“We are extremely encouraged with the progress Darius has made in his recovery process,” Pelicans Executive Vice President of Basketball Operations David Griffin said. “The work he has put in both prior to and during these limited mandatory workouts has been remarkable. We look forward to seeing him back at full strength heading into the 2020-21 campaign.” The Pelicans will not be granted an additional roster spot pursuant to the rules the NBA has set forth for signing replacement players for the remainder of the 2019-20 season.
The expectation is that the Pelicans will have most or all of their key rotation players on the trip. Darius Miller, who has been sidelined for the entire season with a ruptured Achilles tendon, will not travel to Florida, a source said. So far, no other Pelicans have been ruled out.
Malika Andrews: Pelicans’ Darius Miller, who suffered a torn Achilles, is scheduled to begin rehab next week. He is expected return to play in 7-8 months, a source told ESPN.
Jim Eichenhofer: Some #Pelicans injury updates: Miller likely out for season; Jackson status is TBD, hopeful he can clear concussion protocol soon enough to play again this season; Moore probably out for season. Anthony Davis (back) likely to be a game-time decision Sunday vs. Lakers
Will Guillory: Gentry says Darius Miller will also come back tonight after dealing with an illness recently. Nikola Mirotic is getting closer but will remain out
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