Eric Walden: Derrick Favors, on the condition of his knee: “The knee is fine. With the compressed season, all the travel, all the games, the knee gets sore. It was just a precautionary thing. I didn’t want it to get bad.”
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Will Guillory: Gentry says he still isn’t sure about Derrick Favors’ status tonight. Said Brandon Ingram will probably be out.
Tony Jones: New Orleans Pelicans power forward Derrick Favors will not make the trip to Salt Lake City and will NOT play against the Utah Jazz on Saturday night, league sources tell The Athletic. Favors has been out due to back spasms
Derrick Favors, Brandon Ingram and Frank Jackson have all been ruled out of Sunday’s game against Golden State, joining five other Pelicans who are sidelined. As a result, New Orleans has nine players available to play vs. the Warriors, among a 17-player roster.
Christian Clark: Derrick Favors — out tonight — is dealing with back spasms, Alvin Gentry said: “I think he went through it last year some. He has spasms and stuff. He tried last night, and it kind of locked up on him.”
Daniel Sallerson: .@PelicansNBA Head Coach Alvin Gentry says Derrick Favors is OUT today at Oklahoma City.
Nick Kosmider: Derrick Favors will not play for the Pelicans tonight. Jrue Holiday is expected to go.
Will Guillory: Pels announce Derrick Favors (right knee soreness) is also out tonight along with Jrue Holiday (LEFT knee sprain). Jahlil Okafor and Josh Hart will get the start.
Scott Kushner: Alvin Gentry said he expects Derrick Favors to be ready for the opener. Had some soreness and as a 10 year veteran didn’t see the need to push it at all.
Kevin Chouinard: Pelicans injury report for tomorrow vs. ATL: Derrick Favors – questionable (hamstring tightness) Darius Miller – out (right Achilles surgery)
Eric Woodyard: Derrick Favors is probable to return tomorrow vs. Denver. Dante Exum, Kyle Korver, Raul Neto and Ricky Rubio will remain out.
Andy Larsen: Favors and Korver remain out for the Jazz vs. Sacramento. Jae Crowder is probable. Ricky Rubio and now Raul Neto (ankle soreness) are both questionable
The Jazz on Monday morning announced that Derrick Favors will miss the game because of back spasms, and the team said on Monday afternoon that Kyle Korver will be out because of right knee soreness. Additionally, the team announced Monday morning that Raul Neto is questionable because of concussion symptoms.
Eric Walden: Derrick Favors is AVAILABLE tonight vs. the Knicks.
Eric Woodyard: Derrick Favors (right hamstring tightness) will not return.
Tim MacMahon: Jazz PF/C Derrick Favors is out due to left knee soreness.
Kyle Goon: Derrick Favors is available to play, but Jae Crowder will start Game 4.
Jonathan Feigen: Favors to go through warmups to determine whether he will play for Jazz vs. Rockets. Rubio was closer, Snyder said, but ‘still not there.”
David Locke: Derrick Favors (neck spasm) is OUT tonight, Jonas Jerebko will start in his place
Kyle Goon: Derrick Favors is available to play tonight. Off the injury report after his right ankle sprain.
Kyle Goon: Jazz injury update: Derrick Favors is OUT with a right ankle sprain.
Tony Jones: Derrick Favors is officially in tonight
Andy Larsen: Derrick Favors is out tonight.
Eric Woodyard: Derrick Favors is out tonight with an eye laceration.
Tony Jones: Derrick Favors received six stitches and will not return… no concussion, tho, so that’s good
Chris Haynes: Utah center Derrick Favors (back) is expected to play tonight against Golden State, league source tells ESPN.
Aaron Falk: Derrick Favors has lower back soreness and is QUESTIONABLE for tomorrow night’s game 1
Andy Larsen: Derrick Favors, Gordon Hayward, and Rodney Hood are all PROBABLE for tomorrow’s game against the San Antonio Spurs. Raul Neto is OUT.
Andy Larsen: Derrick Favors, Rodney Hood, and Raul Neto are all OUT for the Jazz against GSW. George Hill and Gordon Hayward are questionable.
The Jazz get big man Derrick Favors back in action tonight for the first time in a month, but starting point guard George Hill won’t play agaisnt the Wolves in Salt Lake City.
Jazz coach Quin Snyder and Rudy Gobert both used a version of the same word when asked about the possibility of Derrick Favors’ return before the playoffs. “I’m hopeful,” Snyder said at Friday’s shootaround session. “Hopefully,” Gobert said, echoing his coach a few minutes later.
Andy Larsen: Derrick Favors, George Hill, and Raul Neto are all still out for the Jazz against the Spurs on ABC tomorrow. Otherwise, clean injury report.
Chris Miller: Both Derrick Favors (Knee) and George Hill (groin) ruled out Friday vs. @Washington Wizards #DCFamily #WizJazz
Jody Genessy: The Jazz will be without Derrick Favors, George Hill and Raul Neto tonight. Gordon Hayward participated in shootaround but is questionable.
Aaron Falk: For the Jazz, Rodney Hood, Derrick Favors and Shelvin Mack will all be out tonight
Favors was examined Saturday by the Utah Jazz medical staff and underwent magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) testing, the results of which showed a bone contusion on his left knee. In order to allow the injury proper time to heal, he will continue to receive treatment and will be reevaluated later this week. Further updates will be provided when appropriate.
Tim MacMahon: Jazz PG George Hill (toe) plans to play vs. the Thunder. Derrick Favors (knee) is out.
David Locke: George Hill and Derrick Favors are listed as questionable. Shelvin Mack is out
Lingering issues with his left knee have forced Derrick Favors to miss roughly one-third of the Utah Jazz’s games this season. But, after going through a full practice Friday, Favors was pronounced good to go for Saturday night’s home game against the Charlotte Hornets. “It feels good,” Favors said of his balky knee following Friday morning’s practice session at the Zion’s Bank Basketball Center. “The knee’s doing good. It helped (having several days off), got a lot of treatment and it feels good.”
Favors, whose averages of 9.3 points and 6.0 rebounds per game are his lowest since the 2011-12 season, said he doesn’t think the persistent soreness will continue to be a problem beyond this season. “It’s not,” he said. “I’m just being smart with it, though. I missed a couple of games, it’s been sore here and there, but we’re taking the smart approach, thinking long-term, just being smart with it and making sure I’m a hundred percent healthy when we need it.”
Utah Jazz power forward/center Derrick Favors will play Wednesday night after missing the previous 12 games due to a bone bruise in his left knee, league sources told ESPN. Favors isn’t expected to play much against the Oklahoma City Thunder, as he will be on a strict minutes restriction. He returned to practice this week and was a full participant Tuesday.
Utah Jazz power forward/center Derrick Favors will play Wednesday night after missing the previous 12 games due to a bone bruise in his left knee, league sources told ESPN. Favors isn’t expected to play much against the Oklahoma City Thunder, as he will be on a strict minutes restriction. He returned to practice this week and was a full participant Tuesday. “I don’t want to try to do too much too soon,” Favors told Utah reporters Monday. “I want to get back into a rhythm and get in shape.”
Tim MacMahon: An MRI performed Wednesday confirmed a bone contusion in Jazz PF Derrick Favors’ left knee, the team announced. He is out Thursday against the Bulls and could miss an extended period due to the knee, which has been problematic since the preseason. “Rest is the main thing and then treatment to the extent that he can do it, whatever that entails,” coach Quin Snyder said. “Then hopefully in time he gets better.”
Aaron Falk: Utah Jazz power forward Derrick Favors will be OUT tomorrow night against the Chicago Bulls, league sources tell The Salt Lake Tribune
Jazz PF Derrick Favors on his problematic left knee: “It’s just something I’m trying to fight through and deal with. It just keeps getting sore, really sore, on me. We’ll see [if he needs to sit for an extended period]. I need to talk to the trainers and coach about it. We’ll see. We’ve just got to figure stuff out with it. It’s tough. I want to be there for my teammates, want to play, want to get wins. At the same time, I’ve got to be smart with it and just try to figure out how to make it better.
Aaron Falk: Derrick Favors says he hasn’t had any setbacks after playing 20 minutes against Detroit. vine.co/v/iiViZTxum0r
Andy Larsen: Quin Snyder told us that Favors had no pain on his back today, which obviously is great news for the team.
Mike Mazzeo: No Derrick Favors tonight. #Nets will face the other piece in D-Will deal, Enes Kanter, Sunday vs. OKC.
Derrick Favors likely will miss his 15th consecutive game, due to back spasms. But he was working on his post moves with assistant Tony Lang, and has been in better spirits this week, especially since he traveled with the team.
Jody Genessy: Derrick Favors (lower back soreness) and Trevor Booker (concussion) are out Saturday vs. the Lakers.
Jody Genessy: Chris Johnson (viral gastroenteritis) is probable vs. Kings, but Derrick Favors (back spasms) will miss his 12th straight game.
Kerry Eggers: PF Derrick Favors (back) will miss his 11th straight game for Jazz tonight. Quin Snyder: “I’d be surprised if he is healthy enough to play.”
David Locke: Derrick Favors did NOT travel with the Utah Jazz on the road trip to San Antonio and Houston. Rudy Gobert is with the team
Andy Larsen: Derrick Favors did not travel with the team on their 2 game road trip. Rudy Gobert did. Favors looked like he was really hurting yesterday.
Andy Larsen: Derrick Favors will not dress with back spasms.
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July 31, 2021 | 3:05 am EDT Update
According to a former Western Conference executive, the Wizards highly value Caldwell-Pope but may be open to either Kuzma, Harrell or both rerouted to another team. Would that team be Sacramento?
Schroder will be competing with several other free agents at the same position, including Kyle Lowry, Lonzo Ball, Mike Conley, Spencer Dinwiddie and Paul (if he opts out of his final year). “He may get squeezed,” a Western Conference executive told Bleacher Report.
Here’s what Wojnarowski reported on ESPN’s morning show ‘Get Up’: “Philadelphia is still asking for a lot. Teams are not willing to be strip-mined to trade for Ben Simmons. They’re going to continue to try and find a way, to see if there’s a deal here as free agency starts. You kind of get another cycle of deal-making here. But he’s four years left on his deal, they’re not going to just give him away in Philly. Whatever they get back for him, they’ve got to believe it continues to make them a championship contender. But they’d like to get a deal done before training camp.”
Eric Pincus: I had heard Caruso was a target of the Pacers, Hawks and Cavs – but the Pacers, I think, keep TJ (TBD) – and the Hawks just got Wright and the Cavs Rubio – so maybe the market for AC has shifted. If I’m Lakers, I don’t think twice about keeping him
Per NBA sources, the Lakers went into the offseason with a clear Plan A: unrealistic hopes of landing a Damian Lillard or Bradley Beal. Plan B was Chris Paul (but then the Phoenix Suns advanced to the NBA Finals) and Westbrook. Hield was always Plan C.
That pushed Hield to the forefront. But even as the possibility of a deal built around Kyle Kuzma and Harrell began to form, the Lakers kept the door open to a Westbrook deal. Westbrook asserted his voice into the conversation, and per an NBA source, the Wizards pivoted. Just like that, the pieces the Kings liked for Hield were no longer available.
De’Aaron Fox: He’s not apart of my team. He doesn’t work for me. He’s a parent and a fan talking just like y’all. So take whatever they say as fans having conversations like y’all do everyday.