Podcast: SP/RP Rankings

Podcast: SP/RP Rankings
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Shane Larkin (sore right knee) has been ruled out of Friday's game vs. the Pistons.

Larkin has missed nearly a month of action, with his last game appearance coming back on Jan. 27. However, Larkin was able to practice with the team on Thursday, indicating he is inching closer to a return.
Feb 23 - 11:10 AM

Coach Brad Stevens said that he expects Marcus Smart (thigh) to play Friday vs. the Pistons.

Smart missed the final 11 games before the All-Star break due to a hand injury. He's been cleared to return from that ailment; however, he sat out Thursday's practice due to a thigh bruise. Yet, the bruise is considered minor and we should see Smart make his return to action on Friday night. Terry Rozier will see his playing time reduced with Smart back in the lineup.
Feb 23 - 11:09 AM

Avery Bradley (athletic pubalgia) is not expected to play Friday night vs. the Suns.

It sounds like Bradley's injury will linger for an extended period of time. "We are concerned," coach Doc Rivers said on Thursday. "We've got to go through the right stuff and make sure he's in a good place with his health. I think we're going to send him to a doctor and let him check and see." Austin Rivers and Lou Williams are expected to soak up additional minutes in Bradley's absence.
Feb 23 - 11:07 AM

Shane Larkin (sore right knee) is listed as questionable for Friday's game vs. Detroit.

Larkin has not played in a game since January 27th, but was able to return to full practice on Thursday and appears to be making solid progress. However, Marcus Smart (hand) is expected to return to the lineup on Friday, which means Larkin will only see limited minutes off the bench even when he is fully healthy.
Source: NBA.com
Feb 23 - 10:09 AM

JaVale McGee will again start at center on Saturday vs. OKC.

Head coach Steve Kerr stated he wanted to shake up his starting lineup and had McGee start in place of Zaza Pachulia on Thursday. McGee finished with six points, four rebounds and one steal over 14 minutes in the win over the Clippers. Zaza had six points in seven minutes off the bench. It's safe to assume we'll see a similar allotment of minutes on Saturday night.
Feb 23 - 10:00 AM

X-rays on Danilo Gallinari's bruised right hand came back negative, and Gallinari is hopeful that he will be able to play Friday night vs. Phoenix.

Gallinari suffered the injury in Thursday's loss to the Warriors. Gallo said there was some swelling in the hand, so we'll see how it responds. We may not get an update until Friday afternoon. If Gallinari is unable to play, Tyrone Wallace and Wes Johnson would soak up additional minutes.
Feb 23 - 9:13 AM

DeAndre Jordan notched a 16-point, 14-board double-double during Thursday's loss to the Warriors, adding three assists, three steals, one block and four turnovers in 32 minutes.

As per usual, Jordan did an excellent job on the glass, creating numerous second-chance opportunities for the Clippers, and as an added bonus he finished 6-of-6 from the charity stripe. Tobias Harris was also solid, finishing with 22 points, two triples, six boards, five assists, one steal and three turnovers across 36 minutes, but ultimately, it was not enough to pull out a win over the Warriors.
Feb 23 - 2:26 AM

Danilo Gallinari went 5-of-15 from the field and 4-of-6 from the stripe on his way to 15 points, one 3-pointer, three rebounds, two assists and one turnover in Thursday's loss to the Warriors.

Gallinari fell victim to some suffocating defense from both Kevin Durant and Draymond Green in this one, and he was also seen being tended to by the Clippers’ trainer on the bench towards the end of the game. He didn’t appear to suffer an obvious injury while he was out there, but it also doesn’t take much to force The Rooster to the sidelines, and with the Clippers on a back-to-back, we’re going to have to consider him questionable for Friday’s game vs. Phoenix.
Feb 23 - 2:19 AM
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