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Mitchell Robinson will have his left ankle re-evaluated on Monday.

"It still hurts a bit," Robinson said. "I’m waiting for the doctors to say about it [Monday]. [I hope to be back] as soon as possible [but I] got to wait what the doctors say." He was in a walking boot on Sunday and he's expected to miss a little more time, so it would be a surprise if he's cleared for Monday's game vs. the Suns. If he can't go, Luke Kornet will likely continue to pick up a handful of minutes behind Enes Kanter.
Dec 17 - 9:38 AM

Former NBA player Ben Uzoh has reached out to Markelle Fultz to help him with his injury rehab.

In addition to Fultz, Uzoh and Landry Fields are the only players in the NBA who have battled thoracic outlet syndrome. The injury derailed Uzoh’s career, but when he got the proper diagnosis and learned how to manage the injury, he said he felt so much better and eventually started playing again overseas. It’s unclear if Fultz’s reps will take Uzoh up on his offer and we will continue to list him as out indefinitely in the meantime.
Dec 17 - 9:19 AM

Okaro White was signed by WAS on Sunday December 16.

Dec 17 - 3:33 AM

Jordan McRae was signed by WAS on Sunday December 16.

Dec 17 - 3:33 AM

Jonah Bolden was signed by PHI on Sunday December 16.

Dec 17 - 3:33 AM

C.J. Miles started in place of Pascal Siakam (back stiffness) on Sunday, scoring six points on 2-of-12 shooting with two 3-pointers in 33 minutes.

Miles added four boards, two steals and one assist, but couldn't get his perimeter shots to drop. Siakam took a hard fall over the weekend and Toronto may have been playing it safe here, since he'll now get two full days to rest -- coach Nick Nurse confirmed he doesn't expect it to be a long-term issue. This was Miles' first start of the season and among his better fantasy lines, which says plenty about his lack of appeal.
Dec 16 - 11:17 PM
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