Bobby Marks: The Atlanta Hawks announce that Dennis Schroder will miss the remainder of the season with a medial bone bruise and grade 2 left ankle sprain. The expected recovery time is 2-4 weeks.
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Keith Pompey: No Dennis Schroder tonight for the #Atlanta #Hawks.
Michael Cunningham: Schröder (ankle) doubtful vs PHI.
Michael Cunningham: Schröder (ankle) out at MIN. Collins (ankle) probable.
Jonathan Feigen: Dennis Schroeder out for the Hawks. Former Rockets guard Isaiah Taylor to start.
Michael Cunningham: Schröder (elbow) is out. Taylor (ankle) will start alongside Bazemore, Prince, Collins and Dedmon.
Michael Cunningham: Schröder (shoulder) says he’s playing.
Michael Cunningham: After warming up, Schröder (ankle) says he’ll play.
Michael Cunningham: Schröder (ankle) out vs OKC
Michael Cunningham: Dennis Schröder (ankle) questionable to play Fri. at OKC.
Michael Cunningham: Muscala (ankle) listed as out for Hawks at CLE Sun. Delaney (ankle) is doubtful. Schroder (ankle) and Belinelli (Achilles) are probable.
Michael Cunningham: Ilyasova (knee) out Sun. vs Bucks. Schröder (ankle) and Belinelli (Achilles) are prob.
Adam Mares: Dennis Schroder is going to play tonight.
Hawks starting point guard Dennis Schroder will miss at least one more game because of the ankle injury he suffered on Sunday. Schroder did not travel with the Hawks for their game at Chicago on Thursday.
X-rays on Sunday revealed nothing serious, Schroder said, and he will aim to be back on the floor later this week, possibly for Thursday’s game at Chicago, the final road game of a five-game swing to open the season. The Hawks home opener is Friday against Denver.
“That’s my plan [to return Thursday], I don’t know how it works out,” Schroder told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution in the locker room after he iced his left ankle and spoke to Hawks’ medical personnel. “Let the team try to win the game in Miami and then we going to see day-by-day.”He added: “They told me just now about the X-ray, it was nothing serious.”
Adam Zagoria: Dennis Schroder likely has a bone bruise in his left foot and will get an MRI tomorrow. @Chris Vivlamore
Adam Zagoria: Schroder told me he likely won’t play tomorrow in Miami and will shoot for Thursday in Chicago. @Chris Vivlamore
Adam Zagoria: Hawks PG Dennis Schroder is down with a left ankle injury after landing on Caris LeVert’s foot.
Rick Noland: Bazemore and Shroder will play for Hawks
Rick Noland: Bazemore (knee), Millsap (knee), Sefolosha (groin) out for Hawks; Hardaway (wrist, knee), Schroder (foot) doubtful. TT out for Cavs
Chris Vivlamore: Dennis Schroder said he returned to full practice today.
Chris Vivlamore: Dennis Schroder held out of practice due to ankle. Details to come.
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May 27, 2018 | 3:15 pm EDT Update
On Friday, James banged his right leg in a fourth-quarter collision with Larry Nance Jr. James said afterward it left him with pain in the leg and the ankle. Asked how the leg felt Sunday morning, James said, “It’s been better, but I’ll be ready tonight.” James wouldn’t say whether the ankle or the leg was more of an issue. “Uh, the ankle is a part of the leg, so it’s the full leg,” he said.
Asked what Green did best in Game 6, Lue said, “I think he attacked the small guys, the switches, and took his time, did a good job attacking, rebounded the ball well. I just think defensively being able to switch and guard multiple positions, that’s huge for us. He was able to switch a lot more, we were able to do a lot of different stuff defensively and he came through for us.”