JD Shaw: Thunder guard Vit Krejci underwent a successful arthroscopic procedure on his left knee, the team announced. He’s expected to return to full basketball activities by the start of next season.
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Joe Mussatto: The Thunder is recalling Vit Krejci, per a team release. This is more of an administrative move. Krejci won’t be traveling with the Thunder. He still has a ways to go in his recovery from a severe ankle sprain. No timetable for his return.
Rylan Stiles: Mark Daigneault says Vit Krejci is physically cleared to play but the visa process stops him from playing in games.
Joe Mussatto: Thunder second-round pick Vit Krejci is rehabbing in Oklahoma City. Krejci suffered an ACL injury in September. He will be on the OKC Blue roster.
Spanish team Casademont Zaragoza announced that Czech guard Vit Krejci suffered an ACL injury that requires surgery. Krejci, who entered the 2020 NBA Draft as an early-entry candidate, is expected to miss the remainder of the season.
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May 20, 2022 | 8:25 pm EDT Update
Shams Charania: 2021-22 NBA All-Defensive teams: First team: Giannis Antetokounmpo, Mikal Bridges, Rudy Gobert, Jaren Jackson Jr., Marcus Smart Second team: Bam Adebayo, Draymond Green, Jrue Holiday, Matisse Thybulle, Robert Williams III
Bobby Marks: Robert Williams has a $223,215 bonus as part of his rookie extension. However, because Williams is still in the fourth year of his rookie scale contract, the bonus is not earned. The bonus is now deemed likely and his cap hit for 2022-23 is adjusted to $10,937,502.
Melissa Rohlin: Gary Payton II (fractured left elbow) has started to do various light individual on-court activities and will be re-evaluated in one week. Andre Iguodala (disc injury in his neck) continues to show progress and an update will come when he’s cleared to practice.
May 20, 2022 | 7:27 pm EDT Update
The Lakers appear poised to make a decision on their coaching position soon, with Milwaukee Bucks assistant Darvin Ham, Golden State Warriors assistant Kenny Atkinson and former Portland Trail Blazers coach Terry Stotts the finalists for the job that became vacant when Frank Vogel was fired at season’s end. But as the final round of interviews is set, sources tell The Athletic that Ham appears to have made the strongest impression yet.