Dane Moore: Taj Gibson will not play tonight against Golden State.
More Rumors in this Storyline
Jon Krawczynski: Tyus Jones says the ankle is feeling good. Will practice tomorrow, but all signs point to him playing Friday against Knicks. Also says once he’s cleared, he’s cleared. Back-to-backs and all.
Dane Moore: With Tyus Jones out tonight, Wolves will have a “next man up mentality” that will lead to minutes for Jerryd Bayless tonight, per Ryan Saunders.
Kyle Ratke: Tyus Jones (ankle) is out tomorrow vs. San Antonio.
Adrian Wojnarowski: Minnesota guard Tyus Jones will wear a boot on his sprained left ankle for several days and be day-to-day on a return after that, league source tells ESPN.
Chris Hine: Source confirms that Jones has a high ankle sprain. Will be looked at tomorrow.
John Meyer: Tyus Jones rolled his left ankle really badly and needs help getting off the floor and into the locker room. We can only hope it’s not as bad as it looked. Wolves can’t afford to lose him. As if this night could get any worse.
Christopher Hine: Tom Thibodeau said Jimmy Butler is playing tonight. Jeff Teague is still out, “day to day.” Tyus Jones will return tonight after a one-game absence.
Kyle Ratke: Tyus Jones (knee) is available to play tonight.
Adam Wexler: Timberwolves G Tyus Jones (Right Knee Soreness-Questionable) is on injury report. Teague (dislocated finger) is not on the injury report. #Rockets
Storyline Hype Rumor visits per day for the last week
Views per day
April 24, 2019 | 8:55 pm EDT Update
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.