Len (conditioning) will be available for Tuesday's game against the Mavs, James Ham of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Len was held out of the Kings' first two seeding games while he worked his way back into game shape, but coach Luke Walton confirmed the former lottery pick will be available Tuesday. Given the layoff, Len will likely see a reduced role as the third center behind Richaun Holmes and Harry Giles.
Len is listed as questionable for Tuesday's game against Dallas. The big man, who tested positive for COVID-19 back in June, has been held out of the Kings' first two games amid conditioning concerns, but he's apparently made progress in recent days. If he's ultimately cleared to play Tuesday, Len would likely function as the third center behind Richaun Holmes and Harry Giles.
Len (undisclosed) won't play Sunday against the Magic. The Kings still don't feel that Len is fully back up to speed. In the opener, we only saw Harry Giles play four minutes, so it's possible coach Luke Walton prefers Nemanja Bjelica as the team's backup five.
Len is listed as out for Friday's game against the Spurs. The Kings don't feel that Len is fully back up to speed, so he'll miss at least the first of eight seeding games. Expect Harry Giles to function as the primary backup to Richaun Holmes.
Len is unlikely to play Friday against the Spurs, Jason Jones of The Athletic reports. Len, who tested positive for coronavirus, has been limited in practice since clearing quarantine July 19. If he doesn't play Friday, there will likely be more minutes available for Harry Giles.
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