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Wes Goldberg: Marquese Chriss on what he can do right now following surgery to repair a broken leg. “I can’t do a lot at this moment given at where I’m at in my rehab.” Adds he’s been around the team and is trying to stay involved.
JD Shaw: The Warriors say Marquese Chriss will be re-evaluated in roughly three months after undergoing successful surgery today.
Drew Shiller: Are the Warriors looking to sign a big man to replace Marquese Chriss? Steve Kerr: “For right now, we’re comfortable with where we are … we’ll see where it all goes.”
Wes Goldberg: Steve Kerr says Marquese Chriss got injured during the Warriors’ routine 12-minute, post-practice scrimmage while going up for a lob. He landed on his leg awkwardly. “We don’t know how long he’ll be out. He will have surgery. And we will know more after the surgery.”
Golden State Warriors center Marquese Chriss suffered a right syndesmosis ankle injury with a fibular fracture during the team’s practice yesterday at the Bulls’ practice facility in Chicago. Chriss underwent imaging and an orthopedic consult last night to confirm the nature of the injury. He will undergo surgery in the coming days and a timeline for his return will be established at that point.
Connor Letourneau: Per a source: Marquese Chriss has a syndesmosis ankle injury with a fibular fracture. Happened yesterday during a scrimmage in Chicago. He’ll undergo surgery in coming days. Typically, this is an injury that takes at least three months to recover from.
Kerith Burke: Marquese Chriss yesterday on Instagram.
Shams Charania: Warriors center Marquese Chriss has suffered a broken right leg (fibula) and will miss remainder of the season, sources tell @TheAthleticNBA @Stadium.
Jonathan Feigen: Rockets center Marquese Chriss is out with a sprained ankle, which would explain why he did not play when the benches were cleared last night.
Adam Wexler: D’Antoni said Chriss is an option (tonight), he’s ready physically, but even with the practices this week, he looks like he hasn’t played in awhile. Said it’ll either be Isaiah (Hartenstein) or Chriss getting those minutes tonight. #Rockets
Mark Berman: Mike D’Antoni runs thru #Rockets injuries: “Nene went to get an MRI (calf).. He’s very questionable. Marquese Chriss is questionable..James Ennis..strained his right hamstring.. So he’s going to be out. Chris Paul is getting cleaned up (from Rondo’s spit).So he’ll be out (suspended)”
Alykhan Bijani: #Rockets Injury Report: – Zhou Qi (Out – Left Knee Sprain) – Brandon Knight (Out – Left Knee Injury) Two that will “be back soon” per Coach D’Antoni, but still OUT: – Marquese Chriss (Left Ankle Sprain) – Nene (Right Calf Tightness)
Jonathan Feigen: Rockets center Marquese Chriss sat out Wednesday’s scrimmage with a strained hip, but good to go today. Valuable time for him to adjust to a different, but well-defined role behind Capela.
Scott Bordow: Marquese Chriss full practice today, expects to play tomorrow. Alex Len did not practice. T.J Warren bumped knees during practice. Uncertain whether that will affect his stays tomorrow
Scott Bordow: News from Suns’ practice: Marquese Chriss had second MRI, showed hip is improving but still no timetable to return.
Scott Bordow: Marquese Chriss (hip) did not practice and is out for Denver. Might be getting a second MRI. TJ Warren (back) practiced and is expected to start
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February 27, 2021 | 9:03 pm EST Update
Adrian Wojnarowski: ESPN Sources: After missing 10 consecutive games in the league’s health and safety protocol, Milwaukee Bucks guard Jrue Holiday is likely to return to the lineup against the Los Angeles Clippers on Sunday.