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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July 22, 2018 | 9:38 pm EDT Update
Turkish side Tofas Bursa is targeting a former NBA big man for their roster. Tofas Bursa, in fact, is in negotiation with American big man Jeff Withey, who started last season with the Dallas Mavericks, a source told Sportando. The two sides haven’t reached an agreement yet but Tofas is confident that the negotiation will have a positive ending, a source told Sportando.
July 22, 2018 | 7:13 pm EDT Update
So Leonard will zip up his parka, play an obligatory season with the Raptors, respectfully decline their offer for a long-term supermax contract and bid adieu to the Great White North next summer … just as the Lakers, who conspicuously have been signing free agents to one-year contracts, clear salary cap space for him to join LeBron James. Right? That’s the off-the-rack take. Here’s what someone who knows Leonard as well as anybody told me privately: “He’s going to fall in love with Toronto – it’s going to happen. He’s not going to leave, I’m telling you.”