Sessions (knee) isn't listed on the Hornets' injury report heading into Monday's game against the Bucks. Sessions has been medically cleared to play for a while now after suffering a torn left meniscus Feb. 1, but the Hornets have mostly kept him inactive since that time, as he has yet to appear in a game. However, with Kemba Walker (knee) listed as doubtful for the penultimate game of the season, Sessions could finally have an opportunity to see the floor, though he likely wouldn't be asked to play major minutes. Instead, Brian Roberts and Briante Weber would presumably handle the bulk of the minutes at point guard if Walker is indeed out, while Sessions would act as more of an insurance option at the position.
Sessions (knee) will not play in Tuesday's game against the Wizards, Stephanie Ready of Fox Sports Southeast reports. Sessions has been inactive since February following knee surgery, and with just four games remaining in the season and Charlotte's playoff hopes dwindling, it's more than likely the point guard will not return to the basketball court this season. Either Brian Roberts or Briante Weber will continue serve as the team's backup point guard in a limited capacity, as the two have taken turns in the role over the last several games.
Sessions (knee) will sit out Sunday's game against the Thunder, Stephanie Ready of Fox Sports Southeast reports. Sessions has been out since suffering a knee injury during a Feb. 1 matchup with the Warriors and while he's not listed with any sort of injury on the team's report, he's still going to be inactive. It remains to be seen if he just needs some time to get into game shape or if the Hornets are potentially just holding him out to get some younger guys more reps, but as it currently stands, Sessions remains without any sort of timetable for a return. His next opportunity to play will be Tuesday against the Wizards.
Sessions (knee) will remain out for Wednesday's tilt with the Raptors, Stephanie Ready of Fox Sports Southeast reports. Sessions isn't listed with any specific injury on the team's injury report, so it's unclear if he's still dealing with the knee issue that plagued him over the last few weeks, or if he's just not in the team's rotation. Either way, he'll be inactive again Wednesday, allowing Briante Weber to serve as the team's backup point guard behind Kemba Walker.
Sessions (knee) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Suns, Stephanie Ready of FOX Sports Southeast reports. David Scott of the Charlotte Observer reported Friday that Sessions has received clearance to play, but the Hornets may be inclined to give the point guard more time to ramp up his conditioning. He hasn't played since Feb. 1 due to the torn left meniscus, and with the Hornets beginning to slip out of the Eastern Conference playoff picture, the team may not be eager to rush Sessions back into action. While Sessions remains out, Briante Weber should continue working as the main backup to starting point guard Kemba Walker.
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