Sessions (knee) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Suns, Stephanie Ready of FOX Sports Southeast reports. Sessions hasn't seen the court since a Feb. 1 matchup against the Warriors, as a torn left meniscus continues to keep him on the inactive list. With Sessions out, Briante Weber should operate as the team's backup point guard behind Kemba Walker, which should afford him extra playing time for the time being. Sessions remains without any sort of timetable for a return.
Sessions (knee) won't play Wednesday against the Magic. A torn left meniscus has sidelined Sessions since Feb. 1, and he's yet to return to full-speed practice. He's been able to work individually, however, and the hope is that the Hornets will get him back sometime before the end of the regular season. Until Sessions is cleared, Briante Weber should continue to serve as the primary backup to Kemba Walker.
Sessions (knee) was able to go through an individual workout following Tuesday's practice. It's unclear how extensive Sessions' workout was, but it's a positive sign nonetheless to see him on the court in some capacity. Until he's cleared to take full contact in practices, however, Sessions likely won't be considered close to returning to game action after missing more than a month while recovering from surgery to repair a torn left meniscus.
Sessions (knee) has been ruled out for Saturday's game against the Pelicans. The veteran point guard continues to recover from knee surgery and will miss his 16th straight game. Sessions is already at the five-week mark of his projected four-to-six-week recovery timeline, but the Hornets haven't provided much of an indication that he's close to a return.
Sessions (knee) has been ruled out for Monday's game against the Bulls. Sessions' continued absence will allow Brian Roberts to serve as the main backup to starting point guard Kemba Walker, though he won't be asked to play more than 10-to-15 minutes in most contests.
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