Quincy Pondexter

#20 SF / New Orleans Pelicans / EXP: 5YRS Height: 6-7 Weight: 220 lb Age: 27 College: Washington

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INJURY ALERT: Out | Knee | Out for season
  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Pelicans' Quincy Pondexter: Has knee surgery Wednesday

    Pondexter had surgery on his left knee Wednesday, John Reid of the New Orleans Times-Picayune reports. Pondexter's 2015-16 campaign officially comes to a close without an appearance on the ledger. After two procedures on his left knee in a nine-month span, he'll aim to be healthy in time for next season's opening tip.

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    Pelicans' Quincy Pondexter: Will miss remainder of season

    Pondexter will undergo season-ending surgery on his left knee Jan. 20, Shams Charania of Yahoo! Sports reports. Pondexter had been unable to make any appearances this season despite allegedly nearing a return over this past week. He originally needed arthroscopic surgery in the offseason on the same knee which was the root of his current absence, but obviously things have taken a turn for the worse as he'll need further medical attention while Dante Cunningham, Alonzo Gee, Luke Babbitt, and Tyreke Evans continue seeing minutes at small forward.

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    Pelicans' Quincy Pondexter: Out against Lakers Tuesday

    Pondexter (knee) is listed as out against the Lakers Tuesday. Pondexter hasn't played yet this season, but he appears to be nearing his debut for the 2015-16 season he has been listed as questionable in the past week.Though he won't play Tuesday against the Lakers, look for him to become available sometime in the next two months.

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    Pelicans' Quincy Pondexter: Will not play Sunday

    Pondexter (knee) has been ruled out of Sunday's game against the Clippers. Pondexter has yet to make his season debut, and will again remain on the sidelines Sunday. It's encouraging that he was listed as questionable all the way up until game day, but for now, he will continue to sit out. His next opportunity to play will be Tuesday versus the Lakers.

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    Pelicans' Quincy Pondexter: Questionable for Wednesday

    Pondexter (knee) is listed as questionable for Wednesday's game against the Mavericks. Last Thursday, Coach Alvin Gentry said Pondexter could be a couple weeks away from a return, so it seems likely he'll still be held out despite being listed as questionable for Wednesday. If he does end up returning, he'll likely remain somewhat restricted and isn't expected to return to his normal allotment of minutes so quickly. We'll have to wait to hear more on his status following Wednesday morning's shootaround, but either way, it's a good sign for the Pelicans that he's nearing a return.

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    Pelicans' Quincy Pondexter: Still a couple weeks away

    Coach Alvin Gentry stated Thursday that Pondexter (knee) is "probably a couple weeks" away from returning, Jim Eichenhofer of NBA.com reports. Pondexter has yet to play this season while recovering from arthroscopic surgery on his right knee back in May. Even when he returns, however, the former Washington standout will be restricted for multiple weeks before taking on a full workload.

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    Pelicans' Quincy Pondexter: Scrimmages during Tuesday's practice

    Pondexter (knee) took part in five-on-five scrimmage work during Tuesday's practice, John Reid of the New Orleans Times-Picayune reports. The Pelicans have yet to unveil a recovery timetable for Pondexter, who has yet to make his season debut following arthroscopic right knee surgery in May. Coach Alvin Gentry clarified that Pondexter was able to take part in all portions of Tuesday's practice in a limited fashion, according to the New Orleans Advocate's Brett Dawson, suggesting that a return may not be far off for the veteran wing. Given the long-term nature of his recovery process, it's difficult to bank on Pondexter returning in 2015, but if he continues to practice without incident, an early-January comeback could be in the cards. Once he's healthy, Pondexter could displace Alonzo Gee as the starting small forward, though little more than 20 minutes would likely be granted to him on most occasions.

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    Pelicans' Quincy Pondexter: Unable to play Monday

    Pondexter (knee) has officially been ruled out of Monday's game against Portland. Pondexter remains without a timeline for return and it would be somewhat surprising if he returned at any point in December while dealing with a sprained left knee. Until the Pelicans update his status, Alonzo Gee, Dante Cunningham, and Luke Babbitt will continue to see a marginal bump in playing time.

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    Pelicans' Quincy Pondexter: Still without return timetable

    Pondexter (knee) remains without a timetable for a return, John Reid of the New Orleans Times-Picayune reports. Initially projected to return at some point in November after undergoing left knee surgery in May, Pondexter has been progressing very slowly through the rehab process, and it's now looking likely that he could be shelved into the calendar turns to 2016. There's been no indication from the Pelicans that Pondexter is even close to returning to practice, so the team will likely be forced to give more minutes than desired to Alonzo Gee and Dante Cunningham at small forward.

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    Pelicans' Quincy Pondexter: Unsure when he may return

    Pondexter (knee) has no return date, John Reid of the Times-Picayune reports. Pondexter underwent knee surgery in May and has been unable to participate in the Pelicans' regular season. Initially, the forward was expected to be healthy by November, but Pondexter states that he's unsure when he may return. Expect Luke Babbitt and Dante Cunningham to have increased minutes in his absence.

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