Cayleigh Griffin: Eric Gordon will miss his 4th straight game.
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Cayleigh Griffin: Eric Gordon will not play tonight with a non-COVID illness.
Cayleigh Griffin: Eric Gordon is OUT vs. New Orleans with Right Knee Tendinitis.
Mark Berman: Eric Gordon says he’s progressing (plantar fasciitis), but not sure if he’ll be available tomorrow night against Toronto. pic.twitter.com/v9gCn5RXrh
Salman Ali: Christian Wood is out tonight. Eric Gordon is in.
Salman Ali: Eric Gordon is out tonight.
Adam Spolane: John Lucas is putting Eric Gordon through a pregame workout pic.twitter.com/bRpkkRYtgP
Adrian Wojnarowski: Rockets guard Eric Gordon has a moderate groin strain and is expected to miss 4 to 6 weeks, sources tell ESPN.
Alykhan Bijani: #Rockets Injury/Status: Dante Exum (NWT-R Calf Strain) Eric Gordon (Out-R Groin Strain) Danuel House (Out-R Knee Contusion) Rodions Kurucs (NWT–L Oblique Strain) Davis Nwaba (Questionable–R Wrist Strain) Victor Oladipo (Out–R Quad; Injury Maintenance) PJ Tucker (NWT) John Wall (Out–L Knee Contusion) Christian Wood (Out–R Ankle Sprain)
Tim MacMahon: More bad news for the Rockets: Coach Stephen Silas said Eric Gordon would get an MRI to determine the severity of his groin injury, but the guard has already been ruled out of Friday’s game in Utah. Houston expects to have only the minimum eight players available vs. Jazz.
Adam Spolane: Rockets have ruled out Eric Gordon and Danuel House Jr from tonight’s game. They join David Nwaba, Rodions Kurucs and Christian Wood as unavailable. The Rockets will have 8 players available against the Nets. Jeff Green and Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot are out for Brooklyn
Cayleigh Griffin: Coach Silas says Eric Gordon is out tonight. John Wall will play tonight.
Cayleigh Griffin: Updated injury report: DeMarcus Cousins and Eric Gordon will play in Chicago. Sterling Brown is still questionable. John Wall remains out.
Kelly Iko: Eric Gordon will play tonight.
Salman Ali: Mike D’Antoni on Eric Gordon: “He’s one day closer to coming back… He’s in great spirits and feels good. He continues to get treatment. The training staff is all over it.”
Tim MacMahon: Mike D’Antoni says Eric Gordon has “a little bit of swelling” and is “a little tender” in his sprained ankle. Doesn’t have a specific timetable, but “everybody is saying 2 or 3 weeks. The ankle will tell you when he’s ready.”
Shams Charania: Rockets guard Eric Gordon is expected to miss approximately two weeks with left ankle sprain, sources tell @The Athletic @Stadium.
Kelly Iko: A little bit of swelling around Eric Gordon’s left ankle this morning per a team source, but he’s in good spirits. It’s the same ankle he had problems with during his Clipper days. Expect Austin Rivers’ role to increase.
Adrian Wojnarowski: Reporting from The Bubble on @GetUpESPN: The latest on injuries to Anthony Davis and Eric Gordon. “The Lakers are going to be very conservative about Anthony Davis.”
Houston Rockets guard Eric Gordon is feared to be lost for one to two weeks because of a left ankle injury suffered in a scrimmage Tuesday, sources told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. The Rockets are expected to have a clearer sense of Gordon’s injury timeline once he’s evaluated again Wednesday, sources said. X-rays were negative on the ankle, coach Mike D’Antoni said. “It hurts,” D’Antoni added after Houston’s 137-112 scrimmage victory over the Boston Celtics.
Alykhan Bijani: Eric Gordon down in pain. Holding his left ankle. Not good. He stepped on the foot of Poirier. #Rockets
Kelly Iko: Eric Gordon will not return (left ankle injury)
Salman Ali: Mike D’Antoni on how Eric Gordon looks (returning from knee injury): “He looks good. Shooting the ball extremely well… He’s ready to go.”
Salman Ali: Eric Gordon: “There’s not a second thought about my knee. It’s all about what I’m going to do on the court.”
Mark Berman: Eric Gordon (@Eric Gordon): “I’m happy that I’m back to full health as I am now. When you have surgery (right knee scope) during the season it’s always tough, but now I’m back to myself and what I should be doing.” #Rockets
Kelly Iko: Eric Gordon: I’m happy that I’m back to full health. Now I’m back to myself and what I should be doing. Re:small ball—We should be able to make the game easier for one another.
Alykhan Bijani: Eric Gordon on if his knee feels better: “Yeah, yeah, yeah. My knee is feeling really good now. When you have surgery during the beginning of the season, that’s always tough.”
Salman Ali: Eric Gordon (ruled out tonight) is likely to return from his lower leg injury on Saturday in Utah, per Mike D’Antoni.
Salman Ali: Eric Gordon said he’s had tightness in his shin area that he’s been dealing with since the Utah game (50 point game). Gordon’s been playing through it. Says it’s nothing minor and will treat it over the next few days.
Alykhan Bijani: Eric Gordon returns to practice today. He’ll play Sunday in New Orleans. #Rockets
Cayleigh Griffin: When asked about an update on Eric Gordon, Coach D’Antoni said things are looking good. He said the prognosis was around Christmas so, “could be after, could be before.” He also said he talked to Santa to get the good news. Eric Gordon is on the trip.
Rockets guard Eric Gordon traveled with the team for the first time since his Nov. 13 knee surgery having begun on-court running on Monday, the next phase of his rehabilitation. Gordon said the original projection of a return to games at around Christmas remains in play, though it is too soon to be more definitive. The plan is to gradually increase his workload and back off as necessary, making it difficult still to be specific about a timetable.
“Oh, for sure,” Gordon said. “Before, I was dealing with pain every day. It just got worse as the season started. I was trying to get through it. I was more worried about what I was doing than focusing on the game and just playing the game. I can tell it’s better. By the time I get back here soon, all I’ll worry about is playing. It will be a big relief for sure. “I got to get the conditioning part and strengthen my leg. Everything is heading in the right direction. I just have to continue what I’ve been doing.”
Salman Ali: Eric Gordon believed his knee issue wasn’t that big of an issue during the summer. It’s why he didn’t elect to get surgery then.
Alykhan Bijani: Houston #Rockets announced today that guard Eric Gordon will miss approximately six weeks after undergoing right knee arthroscopy.
An MRI provided answers to why Gordon had gotten off to such a slow start, even relief Gordon said. But the Rockets lose him when the schedule turns far more challenging. “I haven’t been able to do all I really want all year,” Gordon said. “I’ll be able to be more balanced, more athletic. I knew I wasn’t on balance all year. I’ll be able to get it right, now.”
Alykhan Bijani: D’Antoni on Eric Gordon being out 6 weeks: “It’s been bothering him, actually, from the middle of last year. I think he’s probably relieved that he can clean it up, get it going, so he can come as back strong as ever.” He got an MRI this morning that showed “significant” debri
Shams Charania: Timetable expected for Eric Gordon’s absence from Rockets lineup: Up to six weeks, league sources tell @TheAthleticNBA @Stadium.
Salman Ali: Danuel House will start tonight in place of Eric Gordon. Gordon is day-to-day.
Tim MacMahon: Rockets coach Mike D’Antoni says it “looks good” for Eric Gordon (ankle) playing against the Bucks.
Jonathan Feigen: Rockets guard Eric Gordon listed as questionable to play in Sacramento on Wednesday. He sat out last night in Phoenix.
Salman Ali: Mike D’Antoni says Eric Gordon and James Ennis will play tonight.
Adam Wexler: D’Antoni says Gordon will return tonight, maybe 24 minutes or so, but obviously they’ll see how it goes. #Rockets @KPRC2
Coach Mike D’Antoni said over the weekend that he anticipates Gordon (right knee contusion) returning at some point this week and Paul (strained left hamstring) likely rejoining the lineup next week.
Mark Berman: Eric Gordon on his right knee:”I have a big contusion&a lot of swelling.The good thing,it’s going to be more short term than long.We’ll c how I feel over the next couple of days. It’s kind of more on feel.I know if I’m able to run,I don’t care how much pain I have I’m gonna play”
Salman Ali: From Daryl Morey’s Instagram Q&A: pic.twitter.com/tBoUWdsfOy
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Michael Scotto: LeBron James on chasing the NBA’s all-time scoring record: “I’m going to do it. It’s just a matter of time when I’m going to do it. I’m not going anywhere. I’m going to be in this league for at least a few more years.”
Draymond Green has a player option for next season that he is widely expected to decline. In turn, the Warriors run the risk of losing him. And according to sources who spoke with Sean Deveney of Heavy Sports, the Warriors need to Green at this year’s February 9 trade deadline. “They should [trade him this year],” a Western Conference executive told Deveney “If they made the decision that they’re not giving up any of the young kids, then that’s fine, but are you going to just keep chugging forward with what you’ve got? Obviously, the Draymond punch with [Jordan] Poole was a bigger deal than they let on, it is still dragging down that team. No doubt about it.”
In addition, other sources who have spoken to Deveney reported that there is a “pretty strong” chance Green will leave the Warriors this summer anyways. “Pretty strong,” a Western Conference executive said of Green’s chances to leave the Warriors. “If they win a championship again this year, there will be pressure to keep things together, but the stuff with the punch [on Jordan Poole] in the preseason, that probably put the nail in it. There was already a good chance he would go just because his production is not what it was and he is getting older . It would be hard to justify paying him $20-something-million a year.”
According to league sources, Detroit is having conversations about these players but is not overly eager to part with Bogdanovic, Burks or Bey. It would take favorable returns for the Pistons to part with any of the three previously mentioned players before the deadline.
According SNY NBA Insider Ian Begley, the Knicks are among a list of teams who have shown interest in Detroit Pistons forward Saddiq Bey. “In general, a name that has been talked about recently is Saddiq Bey in Detroit,” Begley reported on Tuesday. “The Knicks are among the teams that have registered some interest in Saddiq. I don’t know how far discussions have gotten, but Bey, obviously a Villanova guy, wing, could help the Knicks from a depth perspective.”