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Paul Garcia: The Spurs announced Gorgui Dieng is questionable for Friday’s game vs POR. Trey Lyles is out.
Tom Orsborn: Walker (wrist) and Dieng (shoulder) are questionable for Friday night at Denver, per Spurs injury report. Lyles (ankle) and Bates-Diop (hamstring) are out.
Tom Orsborn: With an ice pack around his right shoulder, Gorgui Dieng reflected after shootaround on what it was like to get injured right off the bat as a Spur: “I was a little bit down. First play I got hurt. I just got to keep playing…It’s going to be hurt throughout the whole season.”
RJ Marquez: Spurs list Lonnie Walker (wrist), Trey Lyles (ankle) and Gorgui Dieng (shoulder) as OUT for tonight’s Hawks game. Dieng just made his debut last night. Walker is missing his 6th straight game. Pop said Walker’s wrist didn’t feel right while shooting. #KSATsports #NBA #GoSpursGo
Andy Larsen: Derrick Rose is out tonight. Gorgui Dieng still probable.
Christopher Hine: Covington, Teague, Jones are out for Sunday. Rose is questionable and Dieng is probable.
Jerry Zgoda: Gorgui is ready to return tonight vs Mavs, Thibs says pregame
Kyle Ratke: Gorgui Dieng is indeed out with a finger injury.
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May 8, 2021 | 8:54 pm EDT Update
Fred Katz: There it is. Russell Westbrook has officially tied Oscar Robertson’s all-time triple-double record of 181 for a career, a record that has stood for 47 years. Westbrook now has 21 triple-doubles in his last 25 games and will go for the record Monday against the Hawks.
Russell Westbrook is making history every other day at this point and Saturday night was no exception. The Wizards’ point guard earned his 7,988th assist against the Pacers, passing former Wizards point guard Rod Strickland for 12th all-time on the NBA’s career assists list.
Tim Reynolds: Triple-doubles in regular-season games since Russell Westbrook entered the league: Russell Westbrook, 181 Anyone in a Utah Jazz uniform, 0 (Ricky Rubio had a playoff triple-double for the Jazz in 2018. Their last regular-season triple-double was by Carlos Boozer on 2/13/08.)
Tom Orsborn: Pop on Carmelo: “He loves the game. He’s having a great year doing a great job. He has been wonderful throughout his career. Anything that’s good that happens for him, I’m very excited about it, because he has done a lot.”