Keith Pompey: Jared Dudley will play tonight.
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Brian Lewis: The #Nets are officially listing Jared Dudley is probable for Game 3 vs. the #Sixers with right calf tightness. He says he’ll play, and adds “I expect to play a lot in Game 3.”#76ers
Dave McMenamin: Jared Dudley told reporters that he will play in Game 3 against Philadelphia. A strained calf kept him out of Game 2 after he had a big impact in the Nets’ Game 1 win.
Shams Charania: Sources: Nets forward Jared Dudley (calf) will miss tonight’s Game 2 in Philadelphia. Dudley played a critical role for Brooklyn in Game 1.
Brian Lewis: #Nets big men Ed Davis (right ankle sprain) and Jared Dudley (right calf tightness) are both questionable for Game 2 vs the #Sixers. #76ers
Brian Lewis: Jared Dudley checks in for his first appearance in the last 16 games. #Nets
Greg Logan: #AllenCrabbe & #JaredDudley are OUT for #Nets MLK matinee vs #Kings on Monday.
Brian Lewis: Allen Crabbe (knee) and Jared Dudley (hamstring) have been ruled out for the #Nets game tomorrow vs the #Magic.
Scott Bordow: Dudley out as well. Suns down to 10 players, five of whom spent time in the G League this season. Not ideal, I’m thinking
Jared Dudley (right knee sprain) will not play vs. Timberwolves. Suns interim head coach Jay Triano says Dudley had an x-ray and an MRI and they both came back clean.
Gerald Bourguet: #Suns say Dragan Bender (ankle) is available to play. Jared Dudley (illness) is out.
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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.