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Jamie Hudson: Pelicans Injury Report: JJ Redick (right heel; soreness) is out for Thursday’s game vs. Blazers
Christian Clark: JJ Redick is available to play, team says.
Christian Clark: Pelicans list JJ Redick as questionable tomorrow.
Christian Clark: JJ Redick, who banged his right knee Wednesday, upgraded to probable, Pelicans say. Nicolo Melli is available. Wenyen Gabriel (lower back contusion) questionable.
Adrian Wojnarowski: New Orleans’ JJ Redick (left hamstring strain) is doubtful to return tonight, per team.
Michael Gallagher: JJ Redick had a left hammy issue back in January. Not good.
Anthony Chiang: Shorthanded Pelicans vs. Heat tonight. Per the Pelicans: Lonzo Ball (Right Adductor Strain), Jahlil Okafor (Left Ankle Sprain) and JJ Redick (Left Great Toe Sprain) have been downgraded to OUT. Brandon Ingram (Right Knee Soreness) has been downgraded to QUESTIONABLE.
Jim Eichenhofer: #Pelicans shootaround update presented by @HUBInsurance, Lonzo Ball (right adductor strain) plans to play vs. Toronto; Ball shooting career-best 38.6% on threes; JJ Redick listed as questionable; New Orleans fourth in #NBA in trey attempts): on.nba.com/33qdxXb pic.twitter.com/j3LAH9pjzm
Christian Clark: JJ Redick is questionable with a left knee bruise tomorrow against Toronto. Lonzo Ball (right adductor sprain) is probable.
Keith Pompey: #Sixers starters @Joel Embiid and JJ Redick and reserve @Mike Scott will all miss tonight’s game vs. the #Heat.
Serena Winters: Mike Scott is OUT for tonight’s game (lower back tightness). Furkan Korkmaz (right knee surgery) has been upgraded to available for tonight’s game. (Joel Embiid & JJ Redick are out. Jonah Bolden remains questionable with a sore left knee). #Sixers
Serena Winters: #Sixers updates Joel Embiid (left knee soreness) and JJ Redick (back tightness) are OUT for tomorrow’s game vs. Miami. Jonah Bolden is questionable with a sore left knee. On a positive note, Furkan Korkmaz (right knee surgery) has been upgraded to questionable.
Tom Moore: JJ Redick (nausea) out for tonight’s game. #Sixers
Kyle Neubeck: Joel Embiid is out. JJ Redick will play
Kyle Neubeck: JJ Redick and Joel Embiid are both questionable for tonight’s game. Embiid has a sore left ankle that was tweaked in the Washington game.
Jessica Camerato: JJ Redick is out (lower back tightness). Marco Belinelli to start.
Keith Pompey: #Sixers guards @Markelle Fultz, @JJ Redick and @Furkan Korkmaz did not make the trip to Memphis.
Adrian Wojnarowski: Sixers guard JJ Redick’s left leg injury isn’t serious and he will likely miss only a short window of time, league sources tell ESPN.
Keith Pompey: JJ Redick is back
Jonathan Feigen: J.J. Redick out for the Sixers vs. the Rockets tonight. Dario Saric starts.
Jessica Camerato: Redick started feeling tightness in his back yesterday morning. “Nothing out of the ordinary … I’ll be fine. Not a big deal,” he said.
Keith Pompey: JJ Redick will NOT play tonight.
Jessica Camerato: Okafor has an upper respiratory infection, not with the team at shootaround. Redick questionable tonight with lower back tightness.
J. Michael Falgoust: Per Doc Rivers, J.J. Redick (Right ankle sprain) is in #WizClippers #WASatLAC
One can only imagine how painful a bruised heel can be, and no one knows that better than Clippers shooting guard J.J. Redick. He spoke about his bruised left heel, an injury sustained April 12 against Memphis in the second-to-last game of the regular season, after Wednesday’s 102-81 victory over Portland in Game 2 of the first round of the playoffs. “It’s something that I have to continue to monitor and take care of,” Redick said. “To be honest, it’s very sore. And after Sunday’s game it was pretty sore the last few days. So it’s just something that, hopefully, will heal. But it’s going to take time.”
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Chema de Lucas: Mike James will play with the Brooklyn Nets until the end of the season. Immediate incorporation. Nets interest in the CSKA Moscow player was first reported by @Eurohoopsnet.
Reigning EuroLeague scoring champion Mike James has emerged as a candidate to sign with the Brooklyn Nets, Eurohoops has learned via a source. James was suspended indefinitely by CSKA Moscow in late March following an incident with team head coach Dimitris Itoudis and has headed back to his native United States. UPDATE: He will join the Nets, according to Chema de Lucas.
Hasheem Thabeet is looking to make an NBA comeback, his agent Jerry Dianis told me on Saturday. The 7’3″ big-man just won MVP honors while playing in Taiwan for the Hsinchu JKO Lioneers. “Bottom line Hasheem Thabeet was given a opportunity, and he killed it,” Dianis told me. “MVP performance with career highs in points, rebounds, minutes played, assists and steals. Thabeet averaged 18.3 points, 14.3 rebounds and 3.3 blocks per game.
“With the recent conclusion of his season in Taiwan, Hasheem is an unrestricted free agent,” Dianis added. “He is in the best shape of his life as certified by his recent MVP performance. Hasheem looks forward to helping an NBA team that needs his athleticism and size off the bench. I have no doubt Hasheem will be inundated with worldwide opportunities.”
Marc Stein: The Lakers continue to list Anthony Davis as out for Monday’s home date with Utah. So Davis’ return to the lineup likely comes Thursday or Saturday in Dallas against a Mavs team that has lost four straight at home … including tonight after the Kings had lost nine in a row. pic.twitter.com/76TPnvFZ7w
Dave McMenamin: The Lakers have officially ruled out Anthony Davis on Monday vs. UTA, which means his return will likely come on the road with the Lakers having an upcoming four-game trip starting Thursday in Dallas.
Tim MacMahon: Luka Doncic says energy is an issue for the slumping Mavs. How do you fix that? “I don’t know, but all I know is it’s got to start with me,” he said. “I’ve got to do way better, keeping guys motivated. It starts with me.”