Noah Levick: For Sixers-Mavs tomorrow, Seth Curry is listed as probable with left ankle soreness. Kristaps Porzingis (lower back tightness) and Maxi Kleber (left ankle sprain) are questionable for Dallas.
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Justin Grasso: Seth Curry is available for the #Sixers tonight after appearing on the injury report with ankle soreness. Mike Scott and Vincent Poirier remain out
Justin Grasso: Seth Curry did not practice for the #Sixers today
Keith Pompey: Seth Curry is OUT with left ankle soreness . #Sixers
Justin Grasso: #Sixers’ Seth Curry is Questionable tonight against the #Nets as he’s dealing with ankle soreness. Meanwhile, Furkan Korkmaz and Mike Scott remain out
Mark Followill: For tonight’s Mavs vs Nuggets game at 7p on @FOXSportsSW. Porzingis (left knee, injury recovery) and Seth Curry (left ankle sprain) are out. Cauley-Stein and Kidd-Gilchrist who were out due to illness in San Antonio last night are probable.
Mike McGraw: Seth Curry out, Doncic will play. #Bulls
Brad Townsend: Seth Curry and JJ Barea now listed as out tonight.
Brad Townsend: Per Mavs notes for tomorrow’s game in Vancouver against the Clips: Jalen Brunson (sore left hamstring) is questionable; Seth Curry (right knee contusion) is questionable; Dorian FinneySmith (left hip flexor strain) is questionable; Dwight Powell (left hamstring strain) is out.
Jason Quick: Blazers announce that CJ McCollum and Seth Curry will be available tonight against Denver. Gary Trent Jr. (sick) is out.
Kerry Eggers: Terry Stotts says @Seth Curry (leg), listed as probable, is “game-time decision” for tonight. “He’s going to see how it feels. Soreness popped up at shootaround before Friday’s game at Denver. Stotts: “I don’t know if there’s a relationship between (this injury) & his past injury”
Jay Allen: Seth Curry (left tibia soreness) is questionable for tonight’s game at Denver. #Blazers @RipCityRadio620
Jason Quick: Blazers updated injuries for tonight at New Orleans: Rodney Hood (groin) is available, Seth Curry (illness) is probable and Maurice Harkless (left knee) is out.
Jason Quick: From Blazers: Rodney Hood is probable for New Orleans but Seth Curry (sick) and Maurice Harkless (left knee) are questionable
Joe Freeman: Seth Curry (right knee bruise) and Moe Harkless (left knee soreness) will not play Tuesday when the Blazers visit the Knicks. Harkless has missed the last 11 games.
Jay Allen: Seth Curry (right knee) and Maurice Harkless (left knee) are out for Sunday’s game at Washington. @Portland Trail Blazers @RipCityRadio620
Joe Freeman: Update on Seth Curry: An MRI revealed that the Blazers’ backup guard has a right patellar bone bruise. He is out for Friday’s game at Minnesota.
Adrian Wojnarowski: Portland Trail Blazers guard Seth Curry’s return will be day-to-day based on pain tolerance and movement in his right knee, league sources tell ESPN. He underwent an MRI on Wednesday, which was negative. He banged knees in loss to Lakers on Wednesday night.
Jay Allen: Seth Curry says his health is good. Missed all of last season with a left leg injury. Says he’s full go now. @Portland Trail Blazers #RipCity
Adrian Wojnarowski: Free agent guard Seth Curry, who missed season with a left tibia fracture, has been medically cleared and engaged in full basketball-related activities for a month, his agent Alex Saratsis told ESPN. Curry had his best season w/ Mavs in 2016-17, averaging 12.8 points in 29 mpg.
Dallas is expected to have an interest in re-signing Curry, an undrafted player who got into just two games in each of his first two seasons. He played 44 games for Sacramento the season before the Mavericks signed him.
Earl K. Sneed: Rick Carlisle essentially confirms Seth Curry will miss the remainder of the season with surgery on his left tibia. “I’m disappointed for Seth. You know, this was a big year for him, and he did great things last year. We certainly wish him the best.”
Seth Curry, 27, has yet to play in a Mavericks season that is 38 games old, due to a stress reaction in his left leg. It is a foregone conclusion he won’t be ready in time for the Mavs’ only game in Charlotte this season, Jan. 10 at Spectrum Center. “It’s very, very frustrating,” Curry told the Observer Dec. 29, following the Mavs’ road victory over the Pelicans. “I knew I would have a big role coming into the season. I prepared myself all summer for this season. It’s a huge setback, obviously, but I just have to attack my rehab with what I can do to help myself get back.”
Seth Curry, who played high school ball at Charlotte Christian, had every expectation this was a season when he’d get abundant playing time. “The doctors just say, ‘Let it heal,’ and the more activity I have, the slower (recovery) will be,” Curry said. “So I’ve just got to try to be smart about being off of it, and not coming back too early. “Not 50 percent, not 75 percent, nothing like that. Get it right.”
Eddie Sefko: Rick Carlisle on injured Mavericks like Seth Curry, Dorian Finney-Smith, Josh McRoberts: “We’re still hoping to get some guys back at some point. We’re just not sure what month. I’ve been wrong so far. Not December.”
Coach Rick Carlisle said Friday evening Seth Curry who has yet to play this season because of a leg injury won’t see game action until at least January. Curry said earlier this week that he’s been waiting to go through individual drills without having setbacks in the following days.
“Not really,” Curry said before Tuesday’s game. “It’s the same thing. I’m just trying to wait it out and see if it’s going to heal or not. I’ve just got to give it some time. It’s like a couple week by couple week situation. It’s a tricky situation.”
And if it doesn’t heal? “There’s a chance, yeah,” he said of the possibility of surgery at some point. “The path I’m on right now, the MRI shows it’s gotten a little better. But there’s a chance (he could need a procedure). It’s a tricky situation and hard for me to say. It’s very frustrating. Recovery-wise, I get out there and work out and feel OK, and it’ll bother me the next day.”
Earl K. Sneed: Seth Curry, Dorian Finney-Smith and Josh McRoberts remain out for the @Dallas Mavericks today vs. the Clippers. Salah Mejri was originally listed as questionable, but Rick Carlisle says he will play. #DALvsLAC
“Seth’s not close,” he said. “Today’s the 28th. So let’s say Monday, the 11th. He ain’t playing ’til then.” And maybe not immediately after that. This weekend will mark the eight-week point since the shooting guard suffered a stress reaction in his left tibia in a preseason game. By Dec. 11, he will have missed the first 27 games of the season.
He said Saturday night that Seth Curry, who has been sidelined since early October with a stress reaction in his left leg, won’t be playing until sometime in December. “Which is no outrageous statement, at this point,” Carlisle said.
The Mavericks will have some time for practice in the next 10 days with only four games scheduled. But if Curry isn’t ready, it could be after the three-game trip to Boston, Milwaukee and Minnesota that starts Dec. 6 before he plays. “But there’s light at the end of the tunnel there,” Carlisle said. “But there’s no timetable. There’s no saying: hey, he’s going to play against this team on this date, or a target date. We’re just not there yet.”
Eddie Sefko: Rick Carlisle confirmed what we’ve all thought. Seth Curry won’t play til at least early December. But said there is light at end of tunnel.
Earl K. Sneed: Per @MavsPR, Seth Curry (stress reaction, left tibia), Dorian Finney-Smith (left knee quadriceps tendinitis) and Josh McRoberts (lower extremity injury) are all out for the @Dallas Mavericks against Milwaukee. #DALvsMIL
Earl K. Sneed: Rick Carlisle says he doesn’t expect Seth Curry or Dorian Finney-Smith to play tomorrow in Minnesota. Finney-Smith is likely to return soon.
Earl K. Sneed: Per @MavsPR, Seth Curry (stress reaction, left tibia) & Josh McRoberts (lower extremity injury) are out Monday at Utah. #DALatUTA
Eddie Sefko: Seth Curry to miss another week. Per Rick CARLISLE.
Seth Curry on stress reaction in his left tibia: “We’re looking at getting off it for this week, week and a half and seeing how it progresses from there. There’s not really an exact timeframe when I could be back. It could be a week, could not.”
Mike Fisher: #Mavs Carlisle on #SethCurry tibia injury: ‘We’re going to keep him our for a week, and we’ll see where things are.’
Seth Curry isn’t overly concerned about his left shoulder injury which forced him to sit out eight of this season’s final 10 games. However, Curry didn’t rule out the possibility of surgery being used to rectify the situation. “It still is a possibility, but I don’t think it’s necessary at this point,” Curry said of surgery. “I think I’m going to rehab and get it stronger, get it better. “I feel pretty good right now.”
Eddie Sefko: Seth Curry (shoulder) has been ruled out of the final three games of the season, per Rick Carlisle.
Earl K. Sneed: Per @MavsPR, Seth Curry (left shoulder injury) is out against Phoenix. It’s his 4th straight missed game. #DALatPHX
With starting point guard Seth Curry ailing in recent days and officially out for the rest of the season because of a shoulder ailment, Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has said on multiple occasions over the past week that the club would be looking to add “a pass-first point guard” before playing out the season’s final five days. People within the organization, sources tell ESPN, say he has been referring to Romo.
Mark Followill: Seth Curry out again 2nite (L shoulder) vs Spurs. Spoke w/ RC earlier, had more tests done today & still hopeful he plays before season ends
Earl K. Sneed: Rick Carlisle says Seth Curry (left shoulder injury) is out tonight vs. the Spurs and may be out for the remainder of the season. #DALvsSAS
Earl K. Sneed: Rick Carlisle says Dirk Nowitzki will play tonight in L.A. Seth Curry (left shoulder) is out. #DALatLAC
Eddie Sefko: Seth Curry (left shoulder) ruled out for Sunday’s game against Milwaukee.
Dwain Price: Seth Curry is back in the starting lineup tonight. He missed Monday’s game vs. OKC with a left shoulder injury.
Earl K. Sneed: Per @MavsPR, Seth Curry (left shoulder injury) will be questionable Wednesday at New Orleans. #DALatNOP
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Harrison Faigen: Frank Vogel says he hasn’t looked at the second-half schedule in depth yet, but says he isn’t too worried about the difficulty of it. “I know every team in the league is playing 72 games.” (depending on cancellations, this may not be true)
Jovan Buha: I asked Frank Vogel pregame if the Lakers are looking at a specific position or player archetype with their two empty roster spots. His answer: “We’re just looking at what players are available. I’m not gonna discuss any types of needs that we’re discussing internally.”