Maddie Lee: Thunder announced that Hamidou Diallo underwent successful arthroscopic surgery on his right elbow today. He was listed as out last night with right elbow soreness. He’s expected to return to basketball-related activities in about four weeks.
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Maddie Lee: Thunder listed Hamidou Diallo (right elbow soreness) as out for tomorrow’s game.
Erik Horne: Billy Donovan says in the pregame broadcast that Hamidou Diallo (left ankle sprain) will probably be in a situation similar to Atlanta: Use only if necessary, likely to saved unless guys get in foul trouble.
Royce Young: Hamidou Diallo is available to play tonight. Terrance Ferguson is not.
Erik Horne: Billy Donovan said Terrance Ferguson and Hamidou Diallo (ankle sprains) are doing more in practice, but no update on when/if they’ll be available this week. FWIW, Diallo did a really nonchalant hammer dunk in post-practice.
Shams Charania: Positive news for Oklahoma City despite gruesome-looking injury: Rookie Hamidou Diallo has suffered a left ankle sprain, per league sources on @TheAthleticNBA @WatchStadium. Further tests on Thursday.
Royce Young: Paul George called Diallo’s injury an ankle sprain. Again, he’ll undergo further evaluation in OKC tomorrow but it’s not a severe leg injury.
Erik Horne: Billy Donovan said Hamidou Diallo has an ankle tweak early in practice Thursday and was held out the rest of practice. “Didn’t seem too severe,” said Donovan.
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April 20, 2019 | 6:39 pm EDT Update
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