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Michael C. Wright: Lonnie Walker sighting at Spurs facility. He’s walking around just fine.
Jabari Young: Told #Spurs rookie Lonnie Walker had successful surgery to repair his right meniscus tear…timeline still remains 6-8 weeks. @TheAthleticNBA
Adrian Wojnarowski: ESPN Source: Early timeframe for Spurs first-round pick Lonnie Walker, who’ll undergo surgery Monday for a meniscus tear: Six to eight weeks.
Spurs guard Lonnie Walker IV underwent an MRI examination this morning in San Antonio that revealed a right medial meniscus tear. The injury occurred at the 6:55 mark of the fourth quarter of last night’s Spurs-Pistons preseason game.
Jeff McDonald: Spurs say Lonnie Walker IV has torn the meniscus in his right knee and will have to undergo Monday to repair. He tore meniscus in the same knee last fall before his freshman season at Miami. Story to come.
Paul Garcia: “He was out,” said Pop of Lonnie Walker IV still being sore and why he didn’t play tonight.
Tom Orsborn: X-rays on Lonnie Walker’s sprained right ankle were negative. He is said to be “walking fine” and out only for precautionary reasons. #Spurs
Paul Garcia: The Spurs have announced Derrick White, Lonnie Walker IV, and Chimezie Metu are all OUT today for the Spurs’ last SL game due to injury.
Michael C. Wright: Per a source, Spurs first-round draft pick Lonnie Walker IV sprained an ankle and is out for the rest of summer league. Nothing major here. Just no need to push it at this juncture.
Paul Garcia: NBATV reports Walker IV won’t return with a right ankle sprain.
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Rod Boone: Final: #Hornets 117, Celtics 112: Just another ho-hum game for Kemba, who posted 43 points, 5 assists and 4 rebounds. It’s almost a shock when he doesn’t drop in at least 30. Jeremy Lamb had 18 points, 6 boards. Kyrie led Celtics with 27 points. Hornets stop their 2-game skid.
Justin Kubatko: Kemba Walker is just the sixth player in NBA history to follow up a 60-point game with a 40-point game. The others are Wilt Chamberlain, Pete Maravich, Michael Jordan, Tracy McGrady, and Kobe Bryant.
Scott Agness: 3 for 3 – Pacers sweep their three-game homestand, disposing of the Jazz by 27. Sabonis nearly posted his first triple-double (19-9-9) and Holiday finished with 19pts (7 of 10) and 6rebs. Kemba and the Hornets up next on Wednesday.
Scott Agness: Nate McMillan after a game with 35 assists and just nine turnovers: “This is the type of basketball we’re capable of playing. We just have to be consistent. This is what I’ve been talking about.”
James Edwards III: FINAL: #Pistons 113, #Cavs 100. Detroit (8-6) has now won four of its last five. Five players with double-figure scoring, led by 23 points and 15 rebounds from Drummond. Griffin and Bullock both with 21. Griffin also had 12 rebounds.