Hilario (calf) had four points (1-5 FG, 2-2 FT), two rebounds, and one block in 17 minutes during the Wizards' 111-108 win against the Knicks on Tuesday. After practicing in full on Monday, Hilario stated his plan to play in Tuesday's matchup with the Knicks. During his last four games, Hilario is averaging 7.8 points, 3.3 rebounds, 0.8 blocks, 0.5 assists, and 0.5 steals in 18 minutes per appearance. At 33 years old, he is seeing 19 minutes per game, and his body really isn't capable of handling much more than that.
Hilario (calf) will "play a little bit" Tuesday against the Knicks, J. Michael of CSN Mid Atlantic reports. Nene went through practice Monday, and he'll be available despite battling some tightness in his left calf. It sounds as though his minutes will be limited, however, so the veteran is best avoided in daily contests Tuesday night.
Hilario (calf) went through a full practice Monday, J. Michael of CSN Mid Atlantic reports. Tightness in his left calf has kept Nene out of Washington's last two games, but full participation Monday would seem to foreshadow a return Tuesday against the Knicks. Confirmation on his status likely won't arrive until Tuesday morning, however, so look out for a more detailed update following shootaround.
Hilario (left calf tightness) has been ruled out Saturday against the Hornets. Hilario has not been the model of health over his career, and he will miss a second straight game with this minor ailment. Jared Dudley will get the start at the four in a small-ball lineup. His next chance to return to action will be Tuesday in New York.
Hilario (calf) is a game-time decision Saturday against the Hornets. He missed the Wizards' last game with the calf issue, but only saw 17-19 minutes in the three previous games, so there is limited upside if he is cleared to play. Jared Dudley figures to see a good chunk of the minutes at the four on Saturday, regardless of Hilario's status.
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