Jon Johnson: Joel Embiid will be a game time decision, as is James Ennis. Jonah Bolden will play
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Serena Winters: Joel Embiid is still listed as questionable on the 530 injury report. Jonah Bolden is probable (left knee soreness) James Ennis III (right quad contusion) is probable.
Derek Bodner: #sixers 5:30 PM injury report: – Joel Embiid (questionable, left knee soreness) – Jonah Bolden (probable, left knee soreness) – James Ennis (doubtful, right quad contusion).
Tim Bontemps: Sixers announce James Ennis is out with a quad contusion and will be re-evaluated in two weeks. Means he’s out through at least the first two games of the first round.
Keith Pompey: James Ennis – right quad contusion – will not return
Serena Winters: James Ennis III is available tonight.
Serena Winters: James Ennis III (quad contusion) is not available tonight.
Serena Winters: Couple of notes from #Sixers practice today. The Sixers said Mike Scott (lower back tightness) and James Ennis III (right quad contusion) were both partial participants. Status will be updated tomorrow.
Jon Johnson: James Ennis out tonight with quad contusion. Everyone else available vs ORL. #Sixers
Salman Ali: Mike D’Antoni says Eric Gordon and James Ennis will play tonight.
Mark Berman: James Ennis out tonight with a left calf laceration.
Alykhan Bijani: “Hopefully next game I’ll be able to play.” – James Ennis #Rockets
Alykhan Bijani: James Ennis is close, possibly next week according to Coach D’Antoni. #Rockets
Salman Ali: Per Mike D’Antoni, James Ennis will be out 1-2 weeks with a strained hamstring and be re-evaluated.
Jonathan Feigen: New injury issues for the Rockets. Eric Gordon is out with a sore leg. James Ennis is questionable with a sore right hamstring. That was the hamstring that had been strained before he came back last night in Brooklyn. James Harden is available to play tonight against in Chicago.
Kelly Iko: James Ennis will make his return tonight, and is starting. Carmelo Anthony returns to the bench.
Jonathan Feigen: James Ennis III probable for tomorrow for Rockets vs. Brooklyn.
Mark Berman: Mike D’Antoni runs thru #Rockets injuries: “Nene went to get an MRI (calf).. He’s very questionable. Marquese Chriss is questionable..James Ennis..strained his right hamstring.. So he’s going to be out. Chris Paul is getting cleaned up (from Rondo’s spit).So he’ll be out (suspended)”
Rod Beard: #Pistons James Ennis III has a hand injury and won’t play today vs. #Nets. Reggie Jackson will play in his first back-to-back since his ankle injury.
Michael Wallace: Bickerstaff says JaMychal Green and James Ennis will return tonight from injuries to face the Pistons.
Michael Wallace: Grizzlies say Chandler Parsons (knee soreness) is day-to-day. He hasn’t played since Dec. 27. Both JaMychal Green (ankle) and James Ennis (calf) are expected to return within the next week, which possibly puts them in play for the upcoming 4-game road trip.
Tim MacMahon: Grizzlies SF James Ennis will play Sunday against the Jazz after missing the last 14 games due to a strained calf. “He was playing at such a high level before he went down,” coach David Fizdale said. “He gives us that Swiss Army-knife type guy.”
Adrian Wojnarowski: James Ennis has been close to Grizz return, but Conley and Chandler Parsons making significant progress toward returns, sources say.
Tim MacMahon: Source: Source: Grizzlies SF James Ennis is expected to miss two weeks with a strained calf. Memphis is also missing SF Chandler Parsons, who is out at least two weeks with a bone bruise in his left knee.
Ronald Tillery: Griz swingman James Ennis has a Grade II calf strain and will be out Wednesday vs Philly. He will be re-evaluated in two weeks.
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June 15, 2019 | 9:18 pm EDT Update
The Celtics, meanwhile, will pull back and most likely build around their young core, with Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown as the centerpieces. According to a league source, the Celtics never felt like a deal for Davis was close as discussions unfolded this past week.
Boston had a better collection of assets and young players to dangle if it chose. But the source said that the uncertainty surrounding Davis’s future had made the Celtics reluctant to overwhelm the Pelicans with their best possible offer, and that they had abstained from including Tatum in their packages.
There was some belief that the Celtics should chase Davis at any cost and attempt to win a championship next year, just like the Raptors successfully did with Kawhi Leonard this season. But sources said the Celtics also had concerns about giving up so many important pieces of their roster that they would not necessarily even be a championship-caliber team with Davis next season.
Even if Irving departs, the Celtics remain optimistic about the state of the franchise. They hold the 14th, 20th, and 22nd picks in this draft. Even though some, if not all, of those picks likely would have been shipped out in a Davis deal, sources said the pursuit of Davis did not affect the team’s draft preparations, as they carried on, business as usual. According to a league source, the Celtics will continue to explore ways to potentially use some of those picks in deals for other current players, but that nothing was imminent.