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Omari Sanfoka II: Kyle Anderson, who has been out with shoulder soreness, will see another specialist next week. The Grizzlies have the results of his MRI, but no word on what it says. Bickerstaff said the team is exhausting every option to figure out what’s going on.
Michael Wallace: Bickerstaff says forward Kyle Anderson, who has been sidelined past two weeks with shoulder issue, is scheduled for a follow-up with specialists this week to determine cause of lingering soreness.
David Cobb: Kyle Anderson is available to play for the Grizzlies tonight in case of emergencies. I.E. he’ll play if trades decimate the roster. Otherwise, I don’t think he will as word is that there are still some more tests he needs to undergo with nagging shoulder issue.
David Cobb: Mike Conley (knee soreness) and Kyle Anderson (shoulder soreness) are both out tonight for the Grizzlies, as is Omri Casspi. Garrett Temple is not expected to play, either.
David Cobb: Kyle Anderson is back in the starting lineup for the Grizzlies tonight vs. Denver after missing a couple weeks with an ankle sprain. Omri Casspi is still out.
Chip Crain: Anderson medical update pic.twitter.com/xIMmTawQgY
Omari Sanfoka II: Bickerstaff said Kyle Anderson will get an MRI tomorrow. Initial x-rays on his ankle came back negative.
Michael Wallace: Kyle Anderson has a left ankle sprain and will not return vs Heat.
Omari Sanfoka II: JaMychal Green joins Omri Casspi and Joakim Noah as “questionable” for tomorrow’s game against the Kings. Sore hamstring. Mike Conley and Kyle Anderson, who both played last night, are probable
David Cobb: Jevon Carter just went from “OUT” to available for tonight’s game against the Rockets following news that Kyle Anderson isn’t playing.
Omari Sanfoka II: Kyle Anderson is out tonight against the Rockets
Michael Gallagher: Kyle Anderson rolled his ankle. Limping off the floor and sitting on the bench.
Clay Bailey: Bickerstaff said @Kyle Anderson will be out vs. Hawks on Friday night dealing with a sore left heel. Everyone else is expected to be available.
Tom Orsborn: Parker and Leonard will sit out Wednesday night’s game at Portland due to their injury management programs, according to the #Spurs injury report. On the bright side for the club, Anderson (left MCL sprain) and Green (tightness, left groin) are probable.
Jeff McDonald: Also Pop says Kyle Anderson is coming along well with his knee sprain but won’t be available tonight or tomorrow.
Kyle Anderson (left MCL sprain), Pau Gasol (rest), Manu Ginobili (rest), Kawhi Leonard (right quadriceps tendinopathy) and Tony Parker (return from injury management) are out for Saturday’s game at Phoenix. Danny Green (tightness, left groin) is questionable.
Tom Orsborn: Leonard remains out, according to Spurs injury report for Wednesday vs. Miami. Gay (heel), Lauvergne (finger) are probable. Anderson (knee) also out for likely for next two weeks.
Tom Orsborn: With Anderson out “about two weeks” with knee sprain, Gay moves into starting lineup, per Pop. #Spurs
Adrian Wojnarowski: San Antonio’s Kyle Anderson is expected to miss two-to-three weeks with a sprained MCL in his left knee, league sources tell ESPN.
Jabari Young: Kyle Anderson in the locker room. Walking on his on power. #Spurs
Jabari Young: Kyle Anderson said he’s sore right now. Scheduled to have an MRI tomorrow. #Spurs
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March 18, 2019 | 9:33 pm EDT Update
James Edwards III: Blake Griffin-less #Pistons fall to the Kevin Love-less #Cavs, 126-119. Detroit is 0-3 in games in which Griffin has missed with rest. Pistons move to 36-34 on season and begin a West Coast excursion on Thursday, starting in Phoenix.
March 18, 2019 | 9:24 pm EDT Update
Eddie Sefko: Dirk Nowitzki hecks out at 7:23, hugs Rick Carlisle and high-fives pretty much anybody within his long arm’s reach. Mission accomplished by moving up to No. 6 on the all-time scoring list.