Richardson (hamstring) will be shut down for the remainder of the season, Jason Jones of the Sacramento Bee reports.
Richardson, who has been out since Feb. 15 with a partially torn right hamstring, looked to be on track to return to action at some point over the next handful of games, but with the season set to end in two and a half weeks, the Kings decided it was best to have the rookie focus his efforts on getting healthy for the summer. After playing in just 22 games with the big club this season and averaging 3.6 points and 1.0 rebound in 9.0 minutes per contest, Richardson is expected to log extensive time for the Kings' Las Vegas Summer League entry before potentially competing for a rotation spot in training camp.
Richardson (hamstring) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Clippers, James Ham of CSN Bay Area reports.
Richardson continues to work his way back from a partially torn hamstring, with Sunday marking his 16th straight game on the sidelines. He's yet to be given any sort of timetable for a return and with the season dwindling down, it remains to be seen if he'll be cleared by the end of the 2016-17 campaign. That said, his next opportunity to take the court will be Monday against the Grizzlies.
Richardson (hamstring) will not play in Friday's game against the Warriors, James Ham of CSNBayArea.com reports.
Richardson has not played since Feb. 15, the last game before the All Star break, as he has been dealing with a hamstring injury. The Kings have not offered a time table on his recovery, rendering him day-to-day going forward. His next opportunity to return will be Sunday against the Clippers.
Richardson (hamstring) will not play in Wednesday's game against the Bucks, James Ham of CSN California reports.
Richardson has been sidelined since Feb. 15 with a torn hamstring, and while he has been able to practice recently, he's still not healthy enough to be made active. His next opportunity to return will be Friday in Golden State, but given that Richardson is one of the King's young players they'll have beyond this season, they may remain cautious with the former Syracuse standout.
Coach Dave Joerger said that Richardson (hamstring) might be able to play Wednesday against the Bucks, Matt Kawahara of the Sacramento Bee reports. "We'll see if he can go [Wednesday]," Joerger said. "If not, maybe this weekend. But we haven't really put a time on it."
Richardson, who has been sidelined since Feb. 15 with a partially torn right hamstring, was able to get in some practice time in recent days, but with Joerger indicating that the rookie is still "a little bit sore," it wouldn't be surprising if the team gave Richardson more time off to recover. Though he's one of the few backcourt players the Kings are committed to beyond this season, the organization may want to take a cautious approach with Richardson's usage over the team's final 12 games, so he may not be in line for major minutes.
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