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Sarah Todd: Jazz injury report: OUT - Rudy Gay QUESTIONABLE - Donovan Mitchell (right ankle sprain) QUESTIONABLE - Royce O’Neale (right ankle sprain) PROBABLE - Jared Butler (non-COVID related illness) PROBABLE - Hassan Whiteside (left ankle sprain) OUT - Udoka Azubuike (G League)
Eric Walden: New additions to the Jazz injury report: OUT- Mike Conley- Right Knee Injury Maintenance PROBABLE- Hassan Whiteside- Right Hand Contusion
James Ham: UPDATED Injury Report at San Antonio - 3/31: Hassan Whiteside (right knee soreness) - OUT Jahmi’us Ramsey (right hamstring strain) - AVAILABLE
James Ham: Hassan Whiteside (H&S) and Robert Woodard III (hamstring) are both listed questionable today for Sacramento. Marvin Bagley is out with a broken left hand and Chimezie Metu is out with a broken wrist. We should have an update on Metu today. It's been four weeks since injury.
James Ham: Nemanja Bjelica is doubtful for tonight's game with back spasms. Hassan Whiteside is listed as probable. DaQuan Jeffries (ankle) and Jahmi'us Ramsey (groin) are both out. Marvin Bagley is no longer on the injury list.
The Blazer big man was closing out on Chris Paul with 1:22 remaining in the 2nd quarter. It looked as if Whiteside twisted his left knee, but the injury was one that looked worse than it actually was, as Whiteside returned to the game to start the second half and ended up playing 14-second-half minutes. After the Blazers 102-99 win over the Thunder, Whiteside described the play: “I hyperextended it. I was contesting Chris Paul’s shot. It’s just really sore right now. I did some movement and stuff, you know, I just wanted to come out and just give what I could to the team,” Whiteside said.
Ira Winderman: Hmm, Heat, on the NBA's 5:30 p.m. injury report, have listed Hassan Whiteside as questionable for Monday vs. Detroit (and Andre Drummond) with a "right knee injury." Dragic questionable with "right foot injury." James Johnson (hernia) and Dion Waiters (ankle) out.
Barry Jackson: Whiteside inactive. Eighth game in row out with strained hip flexor.
Ira Winderman: Heat are again listing Dwyane Wade and Hassan Whiteside as out for Wednesday's game against the Knicks: Wade (Mild Left Hamstring Strain) – Out. Whiteside (Left Hip Pain) – Out.
Amid the ongoing struggles of the Detroit Pistons and Charlotte Hornets, the Heat have faced little pressure when it has come to maintaining a final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. But Spoelstra stressed it is the medial reports, and not the standings, that are influencing the approaches with Wade and Whiteside.
"No, there's not that kind of caution," he said of having his players healthy for the playoffs, which open April 14. "There's only health caution. We're not going to bring them back until they're ready to come back. We can't look at it as other teams are looking at it, 'That we’re going to make sure we’re ready for the postseason.' That is not how it's going to be for us -- it's go time. And both of those guys know that. They've been very committed and diligent behind the scenes to working. But we have to do it smart, intelligently."
James Edwards III: SVG said #Pistons Dwight Buycks (fever) and Luke Kennard (foot) are out tonight against the #Heat. Hassan Whiteside is out for Miami
Whiteside said Thursday that he lost 10 pounds in a grueling rehabilitation program when he was away from the team for 13 games with a bone bruise on his left knee. "I can run on the treadmill and ride a bike all day. I even lost 10 pounds doing that when I was out," he said after practice at AmericanAirlines Arena. "It's a lot different than minutes in an actual game."
The Miami Heat got back to work Tuesday morning after having two days off to welcome in the new year, and center Hassan Whiteside got back to wearing a protective brace on his troublesome left knee. The Heat’s starting center, who missed 18 games with bone bruises to the knee, took the brace off after he went to the bench with 4:36 left in the opening quarter in Saturday’s win at Orlando and played without it for the rest of the game. But coach Erik Spoelstra said Whiteside will wear the brace going forward, calling it “non-negotiable” as the team tries to protect him from further injury.
“That’s not going to happen any more or he’s not going to be out there,” Spoelstra said of Whiteside, who finished with nine points, 13 rebounds, a career-high four assists and a season-high 10 screen assists. “He had discomfort [wearing it]. We expect that – just like a guy wearing an ankle brace or taped ankle. The first few times you do it it’s uncomfortable, it’s new. But we want to protect him. He’s going to wear it. That's non-negotiable.”
Heat center Hassan Whiteside is expected to return for tonight’s game against the Orlando Magic. Whiteside had a full workout Sunday and went through shootaround this morning. “Everything looked great,” coach Erik Spoelstra said. “He is going to warmup with the intent to play.”
For the first time since he sat out a Nov, 29 loss to the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden due to a bone bruise in his left knee, center Hassan Whiteside has been upgraded to questionable.
The Heat (13-14) will be without center Hassan Whiteside and forward Justise Winslow on Friday when they face the Hornets in Charlotte. Whiteside (left knee bone bruise) and Winslow (left knee strain) will not make the trip as they recover from their injuries.
The good news is that Whiteside, who will miss his eighth consecutive game and his 13th game of the season Friday due to a bone bruise on his left knee, is inching closer to a return. After being evaluated Wednesday night by team physician Dr. Harlan Selesnick, Whiteside was cleared to start working on the court.
Anthony Chiang: Hassan Whiteside still listed as out for Wednesday's game vs. Portland with bone bruise on left knee, according to game notes. Thursday will be two weeks since the Heat announced Whiteside would miss one to two weeks with the injury.
“Just wait until it’s totally healed,” said Whiteside, who missed five games in October with a different bone bruise on his left knee. “I think I kind of rushed it before, so just wait until I’m totally 100 percent. So I don’t want to come back and be a watered-down Hassan and people looking at you crazy like, ‘What’s wrong with Hassan? Why is he not playing at this level?’ or whatever. I don’t even want to risk that.”
The Miami HEAT announced today that center Hassan Whiteside will begin rehab immediately due to a left knee bone bruise. The rehab process will include a strength and conditioning program over the next one-to-two weeks.
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