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Keith Pompey: Raul Neto is out with left-hamstring tightness. #Sixers
Eric Walden: Raul: “I didn’t know where those injuries were coming from. … Now I know what I need to work on.” … Clarified that a pinched nerve in his back was contributing to his injury issues.
Andy Larsen: Raul Neto is out tonight, Ricky Rubio and Jae Crowder are available.
Andy Larsen: Favors and Korver remain out for the Jazz vs. Sacramento. Jae Crowder is probable. Ricky Rubio and now Raul Neto (ankle soreness) are both questionable
Ryan McDonald: Raul Neto is available for the Jazz tonight
The Jazz on Monday morning announced that Derrick Favors will miss the game because of back spasms, and the team said on Monday afternoon that Kyle Korver will be out because of right knee soreness. Additionally, the team announced Monday morning that Raul Neto is questionable because of concussion symptoms.
Tony Jones: Dante Exum and Raul Neto are both OUT tomorrow night against Memphis. Ricky Rubio is DOUBTFUL….looking like point Donovan against the Grizzlies
Eric Woodyard: Jazz PG Raul Neto (left groin strain) is listed as probable for tomorrow’s game vs. Phoenix. Thabo Sefolosha will miss another week.
Tony Jones: Jazz point guard raul Neto practiced today
Jazz players Thabo Sefolosha and Raul Neto were reexamined by the Utah Jazz medical staff on Tuesday and the following was determined: Sefolosha (mild right hamstring strain) will be reevaluated in one week. Neto (left groin strain) will be reevaluated in one week. Jazz guard Danté Exum still has one more week before being reevaluated for his left ankle sprain. Jazz center Tony Bradley still has two more weeks before being reevaluated on his right knee surgery.
Marc J. Spears: Jazz say Rubio (mild right hamstring strain), Sefolosha (mild right hamstring strain) and Neto (left groin strain) will be reevaluated in one week. Exum (left ankle sprain) will be reevaluated in two weeks.
Eric Walden: New to the Jazz’s injury list: Raul Neto is OUT for tomorrow’s game vs. the Lakers. He suffered a left groin strain last night and will be re-evaluated early next week. Also OUT: Rubio, Exum, Sefolosha, Allen, Bradley.
Andy Larsen: Raul Neto is listed as questionable for tomorrow’s game against Orlando. He’s the only one on the injury report.
Eric Woodyard: Raul Neto is questionable with right thigh soreness.
Andy Larsen: Raul Neto is still OUT for tonight’s game against the Sixers, though he has rejoined the team.
Eric Woodyard: Jazz guard Raul Neto (right hamstring injury) will miss another 2 weeks.
Tony Jones: Raul Neto remains out with his hamstring injury. The Jazz are otherwise healthy
Tony Jones: Raul Neto’s hamstring was looked at Tuesday. He will remain out for at least the next two weeks. Neto has yet to play this season
Eric Woodyard: Utah Jazz injury report vs. Toronto: Trey Lewis (doubful – left ankle sprain), Derrick Favors (questionable – illness), Raul Neto (right hamstring – out) and Dante Exum (out – right knee soreness).
Eric Woodyard: Jazz guard Raul Neto has suffered a right hamstring injury. He will be reevaluated in two weeks.
Ryan McDonald: Jazz injury report: Jae Crowder and Raul Neto are available for tomorrow, Ricky Rubio is questionable
Tony Jones: Utah Jazz point guard Raul Neto had his fractured wrist evaluated today, league sources tell The Salt Lake Tribune. The injury has healed significantly. No decision on his status for tomorrow night vs. the Lakers. But, he’s made good progress
The following is a medical update on Raul Neto: Neto was reevaluated on Monday and is showing progress to make a return from a left wrist fracture. He will be reevaluated in one week. Further updates will be provided when appropriate.
Kyle Goon: Raul Neto, who has missed the last two weeks with a fractured wrist, is dribbling with both hands today, and he has a wrap on his left wrist. He’s due to be re-evaluated early this week.
Eric Woodyard: Jazz guard Raul Neto is available to play tonight against Minnesota. He missed the last three games with a right ankle sprain.
Andy Larsen: Raul Neto is out tonight with a sprained ankle suffered during shootaround.
David Locke: Raul Neto is available tonight for the Utah Jazz
Kyle Goon: The Jazz say that both Raul Neto and Rudy Gobert have begun participating in non contact portions of practice, but are still considered OUT for tomorrow’s game.
Eric Woodyard: Jazz center Rudy Gobert is out again tonight but is scheduled to be re-evaluated this week. Raul Neto is out with a concussion.
Eric Woodyard: Raul Neto is out again tomorrow vs. Denver.
Raul Neto did not practice after leaving the Milwaukee game and entering the team’s concussion protocol. The Jazz haven’t said whether any of the three — Hood, Johnson or Neto — will be available for Wednesday’s game.
Andy Larsen: Raul Neto is available for tonight.
David Locke: Update: Raul Neto (right foot soreness) is OUT. Thabo Sefolosha is available to play.
Ryan McDonald: Raul Neto and Rodney Hood are OUT tonight
Tony Jones: Utah Jazz guard Raul Neto has been cleared and will play tonight against Minnesota
Andy Larsen: Injury update: Raul Neto is also not practicing today.
Jody Genessy: Donovan Mitchell (right hamstring tightness) doubtful Wednesday after not practicing today. Raul Neto (left quad tightness) is questionable.
Andy Larsen: Derrick Favors, Gordon Hayward, and Rodney Hood are all PROBABLE for tomorrow’s game against the San Antonio Spurs. Raul Neto is OUT.
Andy Larsen: Derrick Favors, Rodney Hood, and Raul Neto are all OUT for the Jazz against GSW. George Hill and Gordon Hayward are questionable.
Andy Larsen: Derrick Favors, George Hill, and Raul Neto are all still out for the Jazz against the Spurs on ABC tomorrow. Otherwise, clean injury report.
Jody Genessy: The Jazz will be without Derrick Favors, George Hill and Raul Neto tonight. Gordon Hayward participated in shootaround but is questionable.
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February 28, 2021 | 6:15 am EST Update
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.”