Josh Robbins: Michael Carter-Williams has had a setback in his attempt to return from a sprained left foot. Carter-Williams had to exit Thursday’s practice early and could not participate in the team’s shootaround today, Steve Clifford said. It’s unclear how far this will push back his return.
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Marc Stein: The Magic have ruled Aaron Gordon (hamstring) and Michael Carter-Williams (foot) out of today’s Game 4 against Milwaukee
Josh Robbins: Michael Carter-Williams has been diagnosed with a sprained alcromioclavicular (AC) joint in his left shoulder, Magic officials said. He will not play against the Bulls on Monday. He suffered the injury when he was screened during Friday’s game in Portland.
Josh Robbins: While D.J. Augustin is expected to play in the second half, according to Magic officials, Michael Carter-Williams (strained left hip) will not return to the game.
Roy Parry: More from OKC: Steve Clifford said he expects Michael Carter-Williams to be available tonight. “We did a lot of contact yesterday [in practice] and he did it all,” Clifford said. MCW missed the past 2 games with a left hip contusion.
Josh Robbins: Michael Carter-Williams, who missed Orlando’s last two games due to a hip contusion, is expected to be available to play tonight in OKC, Steve Clifford said.
Josh Robbins: Michael Carter-Williams (hip contusion) will not play tonight, Steve Clifford said. MCW didn’t play last night, either, because of the same injury.
Josh Robbins: The Magic have listed Michael Carter-Williams as doubtful to play against the Nuggets tonight because of a left hip contusion he suffered Wednesday. The same injury prevented Carter-Williams from playing last night. No one else is listed on Orlando’s injury report.
Michael Carter-Williams: I’m good! Thank you for your concerns! Great win tonight fellas. Locked and loaded for game 2!
Jonathan Feigen: Michael Carter-Williams (illness) also available for Rockets.
Mark Berman: Michael Carter-Williams (illness) out for OKC
Jonathan Feigen: Rockets’ Michael Carter-Williams expects to return Tuesday ift.tt/2NvyQ0E
Hornets guard Michael Carter-Williams has suffered a posterior labral tear in his left shoulder. The injury was confirmed after Carter-Williams underwent an MRI and was examined by Hornets team orthopedist Dr. Marc Cook of Novant Health. The injury occurred with 4:05 left in the second quarter of Charlotte’s game at Toronto on March 4. Carter-Williams will undergo surgery to address the injury and will miss the remainder of the season. Further updates on his status will be provided when appropriate.
Rick Bonnell: Official: Michael Carter-Williams to have season-ending shoulder surgery
Rick Bonnell: Sounds like a resolution soon — today? — on whether Michael Carter-Williams will have shoulder surgery. Guessing he has it, which will end his season.
Rick Bonnell: The @Charlotte Hornets list Michael Carter-Williams as OUT for Tuesday’s game against the 76ers, with a sprained left shoulder.
One day after his first full-court scrimmaging of the preseason, Charlotte Hornets point guard Michael Carter-Williams experienced knee pain Monday, and was held out of scrimmages.
Rick Bonnell: .@hornets coach Steve Clifford says no way Michael Carter-Williams (knee soreness) will be ready for season-opener.
The real concern is backup Michael Carter-Williams, the Hornets’ primary free-agent signing over the summer. Carter-Williams had platelet-rich plasma (PRP) procedures on both knees over the summer to address patella tears and reduce pain. Carter-Williams was cleared for on-court activity about two weeks ago, but he isn’t cleared for contact drills, as camp opens Tuesday morning at Spectrum Center. Carter-Williams is an important part of the Hornets’ remade second unit, and coach Steve Clifford said he doesn’t have a time projection on when Carter-Williams will be fully cleared. “I’ve had a lot of good days and a few bad days,” said Carter-Williams, who signed a one-season, $2.7 million contract in July. “Now it’s just about me putting a lot of load on them, and seeing how I feel the next day.
KC Johnson: MCW is back. Morrow, Canaan inactives.
Mike McGraw: Hoiberg said he expects SF Paul Zipser (ankle) to play tonight; will be first time since 2/8 at Golden State. MCW won’t play. #Bulls
Vincent Goodwill: Michael Carter-Williams out for the Bulls with patellar tendinitis, Zipser is out with ankle tendinitis and Cameron Payne is available
Chicago Bulls guard Michael Carter-Williams expects to play on Monday against the Indiana Pacers after missing the last two months because of left knee and left wrist injuries. Carter-Williams will meet with team doctors on Monday and if he is cleared, he will play. “That’s the plan, I believe,” Carter-Williams said before Sunday’s game against the San Antonio Spurs. “So hopefully we follow through with that.”
KC Johnson: Fred Hoiberg said Michael Carter-Williams has important doctor visit Friday. Hopeful he’s back next week.
Hoiberg didn’t sound overly concerned that Carter-Williams would have to miss more time because of the latest setback. “I don’t know if it was one thing that caused the progress to stall,” Hoiberg said. “He’s been doing great, his knee feels really good right now. He’s back doing full activity on the floor as far as running in a straight line and his activity level we’ll continue to ramp up as far as working on his legs. That’s the good thing about being that it’s not his dominant hand. So he’ll still be able to get out and shoot with his right hand, get out and shoot, and continue to increase his workload with his legs. He’ll be able to stay in pretty good shape, so when that thing is completely healed, he’ll be able to get back on the floor for us.”
Nick Friedell: Bulls head coach Fred Hoiberg said after Thursday’s practice that Michael Carter-Williams was sent back to Chicago on Wednesday to have an MRI and a CT scan on his left wrist. The Bulls will have an update on MCW’s status on Friday.
According to Carter-Williams, it’s looking more like, “that four or maybe four-and-a-half week’’ period, as the 25-year-old said on Tuesday that he’s looking to return next week as long as there are no setbacks.
Earlier this morning, Michael Carter-Williams underwent an MRI on his left knee and left wrist. The results of the MRI showed that he sustained a bone bruise with no ligament damage to his knee, as well as a left wrist sprain. His recovery time is estimated to be between four and six weeks.
Chicago Bulls guard Michael Carter-Williams is expected to miss the next three to four weeks after suffering a bone bruise to his left knee during Monday’s victory against the Brooklyn Nets, a source close to the situation told ESPN. Carter-Williams, who was acquired in the preseason from the Milwaukee Bucks in a trade for Tony Snell, went down clutching his knee during the second quarter Monday after attempting to block Sean Kilpatrick’s shot.
Nick Friedell: Bulls are awaiting MRI results on Michael Carter-Williams’ sprained left knee. Doug McDermott is in the league’s concussion protocol — but Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg is hopeful McDermott will be able to play Wednesday vs. Boston.
KC Johnson: Hoiberg said Carter-Williams has a sprained left knee, will get MRI tomorrow.
Nick Friedell: Bulls PR says Michael Carter-Williams has a left knee injury and will not return to tonight’s game. es.pn/2egy3lP
Marc J. Spears: Bucks’ Michael Carter-Williams injured his left hip 12/9 vs LAC and continued playing before decision for season-ending surgery, source said
Michael Carter-Williams: Wish my teammates the best of luck for the rest of the season! Thank you for the support from the fans, my coaches and my teammates.
Jon Krawczynski: On the MCW injury: AP Source says he’s had some discomfort since late Dec., hoped to finish season. But docs advised surgery now. Carter-Williams thought he could play through it and tried to. But it got to the point this week that required the injury to be addressed.
Milwaukee Bucks guard Michael Carter-Williams will undergo season-ending surgery on Thursday (Mar. 10) to repair the torn labrum in his left hip, General Manager John Hammond announced today. Surgery will be performed by Dr. Marc Philippon at The Steadman Clinic in Vail, Colorado. Recovery time for Carter-Williams is expected to be three months.
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Cleveland Cavaliers power forward Kevin Love is on this quick two-game trip with his teammates so he can continue to rehab a high-grade strained right calf, but the five-time All-Star is “unlikely” to return until after the NBA All-Star break, league sources tell cleveland.com.
Given the Cavs only have two games remaining — Monday in Houston and Wednesday at home against the Indiana Pacers — before a needed nine-day break, sources said the team doesn’t see the upside in pushing it. They want to use the extra days to get his calf better, so he can be 100 percent for the Second Half.
The Brooklyn Nets’ Kevin Durant will still serve as an NBA All-Star Game captain despite a hamstring injury that will keep him from playing. Durant and fellow All-Star Game captain LeBron James of the Los Angeles Lakers will each draft a roster out of the pool of selected All-Stars. The All-Star draft will air on TNT on March 4. It remained unclear whether Durant will travel to Atlanta for the game on March 7.
A Knicks official said Rivers was at the Garden, but in the back getting treatment for a sore ankle. Rivers was not listed on the pregame injury report submitted to the NBA. On the box score, Rivers was listed with a DNP-Coach’s Decision. Earlier this week, Rivers said of his situation: “I can’t control if I’m traded today, tomorrow or the next day. What I can control is how I am as a player.’’
His father, Mychal Thompson, believes Klay’s basketball lifespan could run until he’s 40 years old. “I said, if you really want to, you can play till you’re 40 years of age, but the key to that is you have to take care of your body, as you go into your 30s,” Mychal said, recounting to NBC Sports Bay Area a conversation he had with Klay.
That doesn’t mean he’s a finished product. There’s a reason the Raptors signed him with G League intentions and not for the NBA roster. The 10-day contract (about $82,000) affords them six games to see how he can fit and progress in their environment. It’s an audition by another name, and not the first time the Raptors have used a 10-day to get a 905 look at a prospect. “This gives us a chance to get Donta down in our system, teach him our ins and outs and the way we operate our offence, our defence, our schemes, and see how he looks running those,” general manager Chad Sanders said. “With Tampa just down the street, it’s a chance for us to get him out there and get some reps and get a chance to evaluate him for the big club.”
Callie Caplan: Luka, on ABC, asked about recent comparisons to Larry Bird’s game: “More, more games to go. A long time before you can compare me to Larry Bird. I just want to keep hooping, have fun playing basketball.”