Fred Katz: Chandler Hutchison is questionable for tonight’s game against the Raptors with a left knee contusion, the Wizards say. Rui Hachimura has a non-COVID illness and is out.
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Fred Katz: Rui Hachimura has a non-COVID illness and is OUT for tonight’s game against the Bucks, the Wizards say.
Paul Garcia: Coach Brooks says Russell Westbrook will play tonight. Robin Lopez is out. Rui is available as well.
Chase Hughes: The Wizards announce Rui Hachimura will return tonight after missing four games with knee soreness. Big news for them. However, Russell Westbrook (ankle) and Robin Lopez (ankle) are listed questionable. Bradley Beal is not on the injury report.
Fred Katz: Rui Hachimura (left knee soreness) is OUT for tomorrow’s game against the Thunder, the Wizards say. Alex Len is questionable with left ankle soreness.
Chase Hughes: Bradley Beal is a gametime decision with his hip once again. Robin Lopez is also a gametime decision. But Rui Hachimura WILL play after missing some time with a shoulder injury.
Fred Katz: Scott Brooks says the Wizards don’t have a timetable for Rui Hachimura’s return. “Hopefully, it’s not long,” Brooks says. Hachimura is out tonight with right shoulder tightness.
Neil Dalal: Bradley Beal (right hip contusion) and Rui Hachimura (right shoulder tightness) are questionable vs. Raptors on Monday. pic.twitter.com/RFdVvNnQjQ
Wizards forward Rui Hachimura will miss approximately three weeks with bi-lateral epidemic keratoconjunctivitis (EKC). Hachimura was diagnosed with EKC on December 16 and missed the Wizards’ final two preseason games.
Candace Buckner: “Rui is back tonight.” — Scott Brooks
Fred Katz: Rui Hachimura “has a great chance of coming back Saturday night,” Scott Brooks said.
Chase Hughes: Rui Hachimura practiced in full today and could return as early as late next week, per Coach Scott Brooks.
Fred Katz: Brooks on if Rui might play a rehab G League game: “We haven’t got to that point, but definitely he’ll practice. Probably not games because, one, we have a game every other night. If we can get some good practices in, he’ll be ready. But that’s not out of the equation either.”
Candace Buckner: Brooks on Hachimura: “He’s been out for – what? – a month now. I don’t know if he’s coming back February but he’s on the court. Not doing much. Just left-hand layups, right-hand layups. All the work that our development team will put together.”
Hachimura re-joined the team on the sidelines for last night’s game vs. Portland. He will be re-evaluated in approximately two weeks as he continues to recover from a minor procedure associated with the groin injury he sustained on Dec. 16 in Detroit.
Chase Hughes: Rui Hachimura will be out several more weeks according to Scott Brooks. He has been away from the team since having surgery.
Fred Katz: Scott Brooks said Rui Hachimura (groin) could be out another few weeks and then be re-evaluated.
Fred Katz: Rui Hachimura is out with a groin contusion, the Wizards say. My personal thoughts are, ouch.
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Kerith Burke: James Wiseman is around the team during the homestand, and he plans to spend much of his off-season in San Francisco to work with the Warriors training staff. Kerr called Wiseman “willing” and “patient” about his rehab.
Kendra Andrews: Steve Kerr says it’s hard to say when Eric Paschall is coming back. His injury has healed well, but he’s still getting back in condition. He’s been able scrimmage a bit, but since the team hasn’t practiced much, most of Paschall’s work has been done solo. He’s still day to day.
Jovan Buha: The Lakers list Kyle Kuzma (lower back tightness) as doubtful for tomorrow’s game against Phoenix. Talen Horton-Tucker (right calf strain) and Alex Caruso are questionable. LeBron James and Dennis Schröder are out.