Player Notes

  • Doubtful to begin series
    ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reports that the Bucks are preparing to be without Antetokounmpo (calf) for the beginning of their series against the Pacers.

    Advice: This is in line with previous reporting, as there doesn't appear to be much optimism about Antetokounmpo appearing in the first couple games of the series. Wojnarowski adds that the Bucks are hopeful Antetokounmpo can return later in the series with constant treatment, but this is a fluid situation. 18 minutes ago
  • Goes down with ankle injury
    Sarr left Monday's Game 3 of the G League Finals against the Maine Celtics due to an ankle injury, Jared Weiss of The Athletic reports.

    Advice: Sarr was involved in a collision while pursuing a rebound, and he ultimately needed to be carried to the locker room. His return to Monday's clash seems unlikely given the circumstances in which he exited. Yesterday, 7:31 pm
  • Cleared for Play-In Tournament
    Green (knee) will play Tuesday versus Sacramento.

    Advice: Green and Stephen Curry (ankle) have both been removed from Monday's injury report, while Gary Payton (calf) is officially inactive. Malik Monk (knee) and Kevin Huerter (shoulder) represent notable absences for Sacramento, although there should still be no shortage of drama, as three of Golden State's four regular-season meetings versus the Kings this year were decided by exactly one point. Yesterday, 4:55 pm
  • Removed from injury report
    Curry (ankle) does not carry an injury designation into Tuesday's Play-In Tournament game against Sacramento.

    Advice: Curry and Draymond Green (knee) have both been cleared for action Tuesday, leaving Gary Payton (calf) as the Warriors' lone absence. Golden State will be traveling to Sacramento for Tuesday's showdown, returning to the scene of the crime where Curry dropped 50 points (20-38 FG, 7-18 3Pt) in a victorious Game 7 of last year's first-round series between these teams. Additionally, Curry averaged 31.0 points, 6.3 rebounds and 4.8 assists in four games against the Kings this season. Yesterday, 4:50 pm
  • LeBron James (ankle) probable Tuesday vs. Pelicans
    LeBron James (left ankle peroneal tendinopathy) is listed as probable for Tuesday’s Lakers-Pelicans play-in contest.

    Advice: James is likely to play after finishing off the regular season with a triple-double. There’s no reason to believe he won’t be active in an important game that could drastically affect the Lakers’ playoff outlook. Rotoworld Yesterday, 2:44 pm

NBA Roster Changes

Apr 11
Added SF
Apr 5
Added C
Mar 28
Added C
Mar 28
Added PF
Mar 28
Added SF
Mar 28
Added PG
Mar 27
Added PG
Mar 27
Added SG
Mar 12
Added PG
Mar 5
Lamar StevensMEM - SF,PF
Added SF

Injury Reports

LeBron James LAL - SF,PFAnkleGTDApr 15, 2024
Kevin Love MIA - PF,CArmGTDApr 15, 2024
Mitchell Robinson NYK - CAnkleGTDApr 15, 2024
Duane Washington Jr. NYK - SGKneeINJApr 15, 2024