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Barry Jackson: Butler out tomorrow but practiced just now. Dedmon close to return. Bam able to do everything with conditioning, but Spo doesn't give timetable.
Sarah K. Spencer: Building off what Schlenk said, Dewayne Dedmon has been cleared to return to practice tomorrow. Dedmon missed three games with right elbow pain. His status won't officially be elevated until he goes through some workouts, but that's a good sign he'll be ready to go Friday.
Kevin Chouinard: Hawks say Dewayne Dedmon underwent a non-surgical procedure to address right elbow pain earlier today. He will miss the next three games (BKN, POR, MEM), will be re-evaluated on Monday and his status will be updated as appropriate.
Jason Anderson: Kings coach Luke Walton says Dewayne Dedmon will play today vs. the Boston Celtics. Trevor Ariza will be a game-time decision.
Jason Anderson: Kings coach Luke Walton says Dewayne Dedmon and Harry Giles III are both active tonight vs. the Hawks.
Kevin Chouinard: Hawks injury list for tomorrow vs. Pacers: Deyonta Davis (right knee soreness) is questionable. Dewayne Dedmon (ankle soreness) is out. Miles Plumlee (cartilage injury, left knee) is out. Alex Poythress (right ankle sprain) is out. Omari Spellman (left ankle sprain) is out.
Atlanta Hawks center Dewayne Dedmon will undergo a non-surgical procedure later this week to address ongoing left ankle soreness and will miss the remainder of the season. Following the procedure, he will begin a short period of unloading and rehabilitation before returning to regular workouts.
Kevin Chouinard: Hawks injury list for tomorrow vs. Bucks is long: Kent Bazemore (left adductor strain) is questionable. Taurean Prince (bilateral foot soreness) is questionable. Dewayne Dedmon (left ankle soreness) is out. Plumlee, Poythress, Spellman also out.
Chris Vivlamore: Updates on Hawks injury report: John Collins (left ankle sprain) is available. Taurean Prince (flu-like symptoms) is available. Dewayne Dedmon (left ankle sprain) is out. Jeremy Lin (flu-like symptoms) is out.
Chris Vivlamore: Hawks injury report for tomorrow’s game at Washington: John Collins (flu-like symptoms) is probable. Dewayne Dedmon (left knee soreness) is questionable. Kent Bazemore (right ankle sprain) is out. Taurean Prince (left ankle sprain) is out. Also Alex Poythress back to Erie.
Chris Vivlamore: Hawks injury report vs. Pacers: Dewayne Dedmon (left shin) and Jeremy Lin (low back) are probable. John Collins (left ankle) and Alex Len (back strain) are questionable. Omari Spellman (right hip) is doubtful. Miles Plumlee (left knee) and Taurean Prince (left ankle) are out.
Dewayne Dedmon is expected to play in the Atlanta Hawks' home opener after missing the first three games recovering from a fractured left ankle. The 7-foot center participated in his first full practice and was cleared for Wednesday night's game against the Dallas Mavericks.
Guard/forward Justin Anderson continues to progress in his rehabilitation from surgery on June 29th to address recurring tibial stress syndrome in his left leg. He is currently symptom free and progressing as expected. He will be listed as out for the beginning of training camp on Tuesday, Sept. 25th and his status will be updated as appropriate. Center Dewayne Dedmon, diagnosed with an avulsion fracture in his left ankle on Sept. 4th, continues to progress in his recovery as he enters his second week of weight-bearing rehabilitation. He will be listed as out for the beginning of training camp and his status will be updated as appropriate.
Spurs center Dewayne Dedmon expects to be inside the AT&T Center — and it is assumed back in the starting lineup — for Game 5 against Memphis on Tuesday. This is a sharp contrast from Game 4, which he spent laid up in bed in the team’s hotel across the street from the FedEx Forum.
Manu Ginobili (rest) is out for the Spurs’ game against the Washington Wizards on Saturday. Dewayne Dedmon, who has missed the team’s last five games because of a sprained left knee, is listed as doubtful to play.
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James is finalizing a destination to host the team’s annual minicamp prior to training camp, with San Diego being the likely landing space over Las Vegas, sources said. He’s hoping to build a better rapport with teammates before entering the 2022-23 season. The meeting was deemed productive and informative. Pelinka made his feelings clear that he wants James to retire as a Laker and promised to provide him with every resource possible to compete for a championship each year he’s with the organization, sources said.
And while contract dialogue was broached, the majority of the hour-long meeting was about expressing concerns, and hearing out strategies and opinions to assure there wouldn’t be a repeat of last season’s epic failure, league sources told Yahoo Sports. James, sources said, drilled home the importance of consistent competitiveness and cohesion, noting that last season’s team didn’t give themselves a chance on many nights. The focus for the future Hall of Famer is competing every night in order to give themselves a chance to compete for a championship.
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Kyrie Irving agent: 'Kyrie does not hate Steve Nash nor Sean Marks'

Nets star Kyrie Irving wants to make it clear he does not hate coach Steve Nash or general manager Sean Marks despite what a source told The Post about his feelings Monday. “I am not sure where this narrative is coming from but Kyrie does not hate Steve nor Sean. That’s not a part of his being nor how he represents himself in the world. He’s about peace, love and acceptance,” his agent and stepmother Shetallia Riley Irving told The Post.
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