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Mike Trudell: Josh Hart said he’s feeling better after taking some time over the break to let his knee calm down, but won’t really know how it responds until game action. He’s hopeful that it’ll be a legit difference and he’ll get back feeling like himself. He’ll know more tomorrow night.
Andrew Wojnarowski: Lakers guard Josh Hart will sit out through the All-Star Break with patella tendinitis in his right knee, league sources tell ESPN. He will miss Tuesday’s game with Atlanta.
Mike Trudell: Josh Hart is available to play tonight in Boston after missing the last game at Indiana with knee tendinitis.
Harrison Faigen: Walton said the medical staff held Josh Hart out. “His knee is killing him.” He hopes Hart will be okay for Thursday
Kyle Goon: In their game notes, Lakers say: • LeBron James (load management), Ivica Zubac (left middle finger) and Kyle Kuzma (hip strain) are PROBABLE • Josh Hart (knee tendinitis) is QUESTIONABLE
Brad Turner: Lakers have listed Josh Hart (tendinitis left knee) and Kyle Kuzma (strained left hip) as probable for game at Golden State Saturday. Both Hart and Kuzma played against the Clippers Thursday night.
Dave McMenamin: Luke Walton says the Lakers are preparing as if LeBron won’t be available tomorrow. The Lakers say he is officially listed as out. Kyle Kuzma and Josh Hart are both questionable. However Walton said today Kuzma did the most he’s done since sitting out with his hip injury.
Ryan Ward: Kyle Kuzma (hip) and Josh Hart (knee) sat out of practice today. Luke Walton hopes they’ll be able to play on Tues. #Lakers
Josh Hart asked out of the game in second half with the tendinitis acting up in his knee according to Luke Walton.
Tania Ganguli: Josh Hart’s knee was bothering him so he didn’t participate in contact today. Luke Walton would expect him to play tomorrow.
Ryan Ward: Luke Walton on Josh Hart playing vs. #Nuggets: “I would expect him to, but we’ll see. Marco [Nunez] told me his ankle was hurting this morning, so there’s no reason to not let him rest that up and get treatment.” #Lakers
Mike Trudell: Walton said Josh Hart came through last game fine with the ankle he tweaked at Cleveland. He’s available for normal minutes off the bench.
Tania Ganguli: Josh Hart, who tweaked his hamstring, will play limited minutes and has been instructed to be very honest about how he’s feeling, Luke Walton says. Hart has a tendency to insist he’s fine so he can keep playing.
Mike Bresnahan: Josh Hart “tweaked” his hamstring at practice today, Luke Walton said. It’s unclear if he’ll play Wednesday vs. Golden State.
Ryan Ward: Josh Hart (@Josh Hart) jokingly said this about the final games of the season: “I want to tie Kobe Bryant’s 40-point stretch. Eight 40-point games in a row? So that’s probably what I’m going to try to accomplish over the next eight games [laughs].” #Lakers
Ohm Youngmisuk: Luke Walton said Josh Hart looked really good in 3-on-3 work but has yet to be cleared. Walton says if Hart continues to progress, he could be cleared for Friday.
Now the rookie forward has progressed to eyeing a specific date for his return, which Hart said on Spectrum SportsNet is March 30 against the Milwaukee Bucks: “Definitely a possibility. Last week was a little rough. The tissue was a little sore and that kind of thing, but now the flexibility of it is starting to get there and the swelling is going down. I’m definitely targeting that game to try and get out there. Hopefully sooner, but definitely targeting that game.”
Mike Bresnahan: Lakers rookie Josh Hart, hanging with us live for @SpectrumSN pre-game show, says he plans to return from broken left hand March 30 vs. Milwaukee. It would be right at the start of the 4-to-6 week timetable laid out by the Lakers after his surgery.
Ohm Youngmisuk: Josh Hart did the most drills he’s done since fracturing the fourth metacarpal in his left hand when he shot and did some movement and shooting drills. However Luke Walton said Hart’s left hand is still “fat” and it will still be closer to the end of the season if he’s cleared.
Mike Bresnahan: Josh Hart (broken left hand) was in good spirits today, hoping to return before regular season ends April 11 And, yet, he was also sad. His Xbox skills are gravely affected, he says.
Mike Bresnahan: Lakers rookie Josh Hart underwent successful surgery on a broken left hand and will need four to six weeks to recover. Slightly less than six weeks are left in the Lakers’ season.
Bill Oram: Josh Hart is en route to Los Angeles to have his hand examined tomorrow morning. Needless to say, that rules him out for tomorrow’s game in Miami.
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Mike Trudell: Injury update: Josh Hart got hit on the left hand (4th metacarpal) and left practice to get X-Rays.
Tania Ganguli: Josh Hart is out tonight.
Serena Winters: Josh Hart and P.J. Dozier still ruled out for the Lakers tonight (ankles). Everyone else is available. Gametime 5pm vs. Mavericks!
Mark Medina: Lonzo Ball and Kyle Kuzma participated in team workout/walk trough today while Josh Hart & PJ Dozier received treatment.
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Jonathan Feigen: Rockets announce the signings or Chris Chiozza and Terrence Jones to 10-day contracts. Chiozza assigned to the Vipers.
Mark Berman: #Rockets announced signing of @Terrence Jones. He’ll be in uniform Saturday night against Golden St: “Just excitement, it’s a blessing. I’m happy to be with the team. Just to be able to get familiar with Coach Mike & the offense early, I’m definitely ready if my number gets called”
Rod Boone: Final: #Hornets 123, Wizards 110 Kemba 27 points/11 assists Nic Batum 20 points/8 rebounds J. Lamb 16 points/6 rebounds Miles Bridges 14 points/6 rebounds Bradley Beal 46 points/7 assists/6 rebounds Hornets start off their 4-game homestand with a win. Brooklyn up next tomorrow
Chase Hughes: Bradley Beal is now tied with Earl Monroe for 5th in Wizards/Bullets franchise history for most 40-point games. He has 10. The guys still ahead of him: Gilbert Arenas (28) Walt Bellamy (23) Bernard King (13) Elvin Hayes (11)
Darnell Mayberry: Final: Bulls 110, Magic 109. Lauri Markkanen makes the game-winning free throws after being fouled on a 3 by Aaron Gordon with 1.5 seconds left. Markkanen finishes with 25 points and 11 rebounds. Zach LaVine with 22 points and six assists.