Sean Cunningham: In their summer league finale in Vegas tonight, Kings will play without Harry Giles (not hurt), Frank Mason (ankle) & Justin Jackson (not hurt). Team has seen enough of both Jackson & Giles and happy with what they witnessed. Other guys get extended look tonight
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James Ham: From Kings: Frank Mason will not play today against Cleveland with a sprained right ankle. He is day to day for the remainder of summer league in Las Vegas
James Ham: Frank Mason will miss the season finale tomorrow for Sac. An MRI revealed a slight tear of the plantar fascia in his left heel. Not the same foot as last time, but a similar injury. Not as severe. He is expected to make a full recovery in time for the team’s summer program.
Jason Jones: Joerger said Frank Mason will be on a minutes restriction, even with Fox out. Did not say what the limit was on his minutes
Sean Cunningham: Kings rookie Frank Mason III is progressing well with his plantar fascia injury. Experienced no setbacks during recovery. However he will remain out until after the All-Star break to gear up for the rest of the season.
James Ham: Frank Mason (heel) is out for tomorrow. De’Aaron Fox has been upgraded to questionable.
Sean Cunningham: Bruised heel will keep Frank Mason III out for remainder of the game
Sean Cunningham: Frank Mason III had a precautionary x-ray, which was negative.
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January 18, 2019 | 3:37 pm EST Update
A follow-up MRI exam Wednesday led Carter and the Bulls to believe the ligament was largely intact, and he was listed as day to day. Carter even tested his thumb at Thursday’s morning shootaround in Denver and vowed to play Saturday against the Heat at the United Center. But the follow-up exam Friday showed ligament damage that the first imaging didn’t detect. … Carter is still considering his options, and it’s not certain he’ll need surgery or how long he’ll be sidelined.