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Andy Larsen: Thabo Sefolosha is questionable for tomorrow’s Game 2 due to left hip soreness. Kyle Korver is probable.
Tony Jones: Thabo Sefolosha is available to play tonight against the Washington Wizards
Eric Woodyard: Thabo Sefolosha is out tonight with hamstring tightness.
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.
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.
Shams Charania: Sources with @Tjonesonthenba: Utah’s Ricky Rubio and Thabo Sefolosha both had clean MRI results today on injured hamstrings — with Rubio expected to miss approximately two weeks and Sefolosha out 10-12 days.
Tony Jones: Utah Jazz forward Thabo Sefolosha will have an MRI tomorrow on HIS hamstring, league sources tell The Athletic. There is optimism that he can possibly return within a few weeks. The Jazz missed his minutes tonight. He could have been another Giannis defender
Tony Jones: Thabo Sefolosha went through an intense workout with assistant coaches after shootaround this morning. Sefolosha won’t be available for the first five games of the regular season
Tony Jones: Thabo Sefolosha: Super excited to get back. The knee feels good. I’ve been back playing some 5 on 5
Tony Jones: Utah Jazz forward Thabo Sefolosha expects to be fully cleared for basketball activities within six weeks, League Sources tell The Salt Lake Tribune. Sefolosha has been out since January with an MCL injury
Adrian Wojnarowski: The NBA has awarded the Utah Jazz a $2.62M disabled player exception for @Thabo Sefolosha, league sources tell ESPN.
Utah Jazz PR: Thabo Sefolosha Injury Update
Utah Jazz forward Thabo Sefolosha will have surgery on his right knee Wednesday. The defensive specialist has decided to repair an avulsion of the medial collateral ligament after suffering the injury against the Hornets on Jan. 12. He was originally diagnosed with a knee sprain. The team did not give a timeline for his return, but there are fears it could be a long absence.
Tony Jones: The Utah Jazz have filed for an injury hardship waiver in the wake of losing Thabo Sefolosha for the season, league sources tell The Salt Lake Tribune. They expect to hear back from the league in the next few days
David Aldridge: Source confirms season-ending knee surgery for Thabo Sefolosha is likely (@Shams Charania first), but final decision to be made next week. Would be tough blow for Jazz; Sefolosha was shooting 49 from the floor and 38 from three this season. Injured knee vs. Charlotte on Friday.
Tony Jones: Source: while surgery is on the table for Thabo Sefolosha, he and his camp are still gathering opinions. Final decision in the coming days
Bobby Marks: Timing based on a Jan.15 deadline will be a difficult for Utah to file a Disabled Player Exception for Thabo Sefolosha. Getting the medical paperwork lined up and approval by a NBA designated physician presents a challenge.
Shams Charania: Utah Jazz forward Thabo Sefolosha is expected to undergo season-ending surgery on an MCL injury in his right knee, league sources say.
Marc Stein: Preliminary estimates on Utah’s Thabo Sefolosha are that he will miss at least six months, league sources say
Kyle Goon: Quin Snyder said he was “surprised” that Thabo Sefolosha was subbed out by referee Ben Taylor yesterday, but ultimately glad that the officials are looking out for player welfare. As for Sefolosha tonight, says if he passes league protocol, he will play.
David Locke: Update: Raul Neto (right foot soreness) is OUT. Thabo Sefolosha is available to play.
Eric Woodyard: Jazz forward Thabo Sefolosha is available tonight. He didn’t play last night with right knee soreness.
Tony Jones: Thabo Sefolosha has been ruled out tonight
Chris Vivlamore: Thabo Sefolosha will be active for Hawks tonight, won’t start. DeAndre Bembry and Ryan Kelly are inactives
Chris Vivlamore: Thabo Sefolosha told me he is “getting close” to a return from a right groin strain.
Rick Noland: Bazemore (knee), Millsap (knee), Sefolosha (groin) out for Hawks; Hardaway (wrist, knee), Schroder (foot) doubtful. TT out for Cavs
Atlanta small forward Thabo Sefolosha is not yet ready to return from his right groin strain. The Hawks say Sefolosha will miss his sixth straight game in Thursday night’s home game against Boston.
Chris Vivlamore: All indications still point to Kent Bazemore return tomorrow. Thabo Sefolosha will travel but doesn’t sound like he’s close.
Kris Willis: Hawks upgrade Thabo Sefolosha to “questionable for tomorrow’s game in Portland
Thabo Sefolosha will miss his sixth straight game with a left groin injury but the Hawks remain hopeful the starting forward will return before the All-Star break next week.
Kris Willis: Hawks list Mike Dunleavy (knee) as probable. Thabo Sefolosha (groin) as questionable and Tiago Splitter as out in updated injury report
Manny Navarro: Thabo Sefelosha out for the #Hawks tonight
It appears Thabo Sefolosha could make his exhibition debut on Wednesday, according to coach Mike Budenholzer. Sefolosha missed all last week, which included the Hawks’ first two exhibition games, while in New York for the trial that ended with his acquittal on three misdemeanor charges. The Hawks play the Spurs at Philips Arena Wednesday. “We’ll see how these next couple of days go but I’d say I am, we are, hopeful that he’ll at least be able to play a few minutes on Wednesday.”
Now he wants to get back to playing basketball with the Hawks. Sefolosha hasn’t fully recovered from the injuries apparently suffered when a police officer kicked his right leg. He has been cleared for all basketball activities and has participated in training camp before leaving this week for the trial. He hopes to be ready when the Hawks season opens later this month. “I hope I still have a long career,” he said.
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During an appearance on NBA TV as a panel for Game 3 of the Toronto Raptors-Milwaukee series, Bosh also offered some insights on his transition as a full-time husband and father. “After a while, after a couple of years, I didn’t want to put myself out there and have that letdown again,” Bosh said. “I don’t want to be mad at the game. I don’t want to resent the game. Let me just walk away now causeI haven’t told any doctors.” “I got three boys and my twins were just born. And so as they were getting older, you know, you kinda see how much I realize how much I was going. I remember the first days being home it was so loud in the house. I had to get used to it.”
Ryan Wolstat: Gasol on Kawhi: “I thought when he needed to make plays he made amazing plays on both ends of the floor. I’m proud of him for pushing through it. That’s all I can say. Now I want him obviously to get on ice for 48 hours and get ready for Game 4.”