Although the Warriors haven’t given a timeline on Thompson’s return, medical experts said most players take around a year to improve their range of motion, strength and jumping abilities. That sets Thompson up for a possible return in November or December. “I think it would be harder for a player to come back from rupturing their Achilles first and then tearing their ACL second as opposed to how Klay’s injury was,” Kaplan said. “The Achilles tends to be the harder injury to come back from, tends to take a lot more rehab from and can be set back by a knee injury. Because Klay tore his Achilles tendon last, it gives him more time to recover and gives him a better ability to adapt.”
May 25, 2022 | 7:03 pm EDT Update
Tim Reynolds: Erik Spoelstra begins his pregame news conference by addressing the events in Uvalde. “I think there’s certainly, after continued events, there’s a call to action. I think everybody is trying to figure out a way to be heard, to force some kind of change,” Spo said.
Brady Hawk: Erik Spoelstra on Tyler Herro’s injury: “I kinda had an idea when we were leaving that he needed rest and recovery.” On Herro himself pushing to play: “These decisions have to be made by our training staff and the doctors.”
Michael Singer: From the #Nuggets: “Over the past two days multiple members of the Denver Nuggets staff have tested positive for Covid-19, including Governor Josh Kroenke who was scheduled to meet with the media tomorrow.” Press conference has been moved, tentatively, for next Tuesday.
Ally Isom, one of the Republicans running in the GOP Senate primary, told KUTV 2News she thinks “Steve Kerr got it right.” “I’m outraged. I’m heartbroken. When is this going to stop?” Isom said Wednesday. “When are we going to do something that tackles the heart of the problem, the root of the problem?” Asked if she would support H.R. 8 as a member of the Senate, Isom said, “I think H.R. 8 has a lot of really good things in it” and that she generally supports background checks for gun sales.
Becky Edwards, who’s also running for the Senate, echoed similar thoughts. “I have long been a supporter of expanded background checks and have been watching H.R. 8 as it’s gone through the process,” Edwards said. “I understand there’s still some nuances and some amendments that are still in play, but in general, absolutely, I support looking at and supporting expanded background checks.”