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Kyle Goon: Kyle Kuzma is OUT for tonight with his foot tendinitis. Reggie Bullock and Tyson Chandler are QUESTIONABLE.
Tania Ganguli: Among the Lakers players on the injury report who haven’t been officially shut down for the season: Tyson Chandler is out and Kyle Kuzma is questionable for tomorrow’s game in OKC.
Kyle Goon: Besides the Lakers who we know are done for the year, Tyson Chandler (flu) is out, and Reggie Bullock (plantar fasciitis) is questionable today in New Orleans.
Harrison Faigen: The Lakers are listing LeBron as probable for tomorrow. Mike Muscala is also probable. Reggie Bullock and Tyson Chandler are questionable
Tania Ganguli: Josh Hart and Tyson Chandler are out tonight against the Wizards. Mike Muscala is still questionable.
Mike Trudell: Luke Walton said Josh Hart won’t play tonight (sore knee). LeBron will play, Tyson Chandler is available and Lance Stephenson is questionable.
Mike Trudell: Josh Hart and Tyson Chandler are both available to play tonight. Lance Stephenson will not play.
Ryan Ward: Along with LeBron, Tyson Chandler (neck stiffness) is also OUT tonight vs. #Pistons #Lakers guard Josh Hart (right knee tendinitis) is considered QUESTIONABLE. Reggie Bullock (left foot contusion) and Lance Stephenson (left foot, second toe sprain) are PROBABLE.
Tania Ganguli: Tyson Chandler and Lance Stephenson are out for today’s game against the Bulls. Kyle Kuzma is available.
Harrison Faigen: Mike Muscala has been downgraded from probable to questionable for tomorrow night’s game. Tyson Chandler is also questionable, while Josh Hart remains probable.
Kyle Goon: Tyson Chandler will be OUT tonight.
Mark Medina: Luke Walton said that Tyson Chandler will be available to play
Bill Oram: Lakers now say Tyson Chandler is out tonight with back spasms.
Scott Bordow: Tyson Chandler will not play tonight
Scott Bordow: Tyson Chandler just told me he’s playing. Booker is testing his triceps in warmup. No final determination yet
Scott Bordow: Tyson Chandler will play and start for Suns today
Gerald Bourguet: Tyson Chandler is out again tonight, but Warren should be good to go. Will replace Josh Jackson in the starting lineup. #SunsVsThunder
Gerald Bourguet: Tyson Chandler (neck) is out for tonight. Triano said they’re still not sure what the extent of the injury is. #SunsVsClippers
Harrison Wind: Devin Booker, Tyson Chandler and Tyler Ulis are all out tonight vs Nuggets, Suns say.
Gerald Bourguet: Devin Booker and Tyson Chandler (neck) are out tonight. Tyler Ulis remains to be seen.
Scott Bordow: Chandler has sore neck, won’t play. But he will play back to backs moving forward
Mike Trudell: No Tyson Chandler for Phoenix tonight, so new acquisition Greg Monroe will start a second straight game, his first time seeing the Lakers.
Gerald Bourguet: The Greg Monroe era begins. Triano says Moose will start over Alex Len with Tyson Chandler (illness) out. #SunsVsRockets
Doug Haller: Suns update: C Tyson Chandler (ankle) expected back tonight. For New Orleans, F Terrence Jones (thumb) is out.
Doug Haller: The severity of Tyson Chandler’s sprained ankle still not known, but Suns coach Earl Watson didn’t sound optimistic he’d play Sat at Houston
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James Edwards III: #Pistons’ Blake Griffin underwent a successful arthroscopic procedure today, the team announced. He’s not expected to miss any planned offseason training.
David Aldridge: No shock: Pistons announce that Blake Griffin had arthroscopic surgery on his left knee in L.A. Team says Griffin is not expected to miss “any planned offseason training or preparation” for next season.
Mirjam Swanson: More Kerr, re: Clips: “Closeout games are always difficult, especially against a team like this (that’s) really well connected and enjoys playing together. They have a really good thing going — they’re on the rise. They’re going to be tough to beat tonight and we know that.”
The FBI is investigating whether the longtime business manager of Lakers point guard Lonzo Ball and his family defrauded them of millions of dollars, according to two law enforcement officials. Until recently, Ball said he and his family had no idea that Gregory Alan Foster, who he described as “like my second dad,” had served time in federal prison for taking part in a scheme that deprived investors of $3.735 million.
Authorities say the investigation is focused on allegations included in a lawsuit filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court this month by Lonzo Ball and Big Baller Brand. The suit alleges Foster took more than $1.5 million out of the company’s bank accounts and accepted “substantial undisclosed referral fees” from at least eight loans he arranged on behalf of the company.