Hall played eight minutes in Monday's 136-106 loss to the Rockets, finishing with three rebounds, two assists and no other statistics. The two-way rookie has seen garbage-time minutes in both of the Thunder's last two games, with those appearances coming after he had missed four straight contests due to the COVID-19 health and safety protocols. Though he's now fully cleared, Hall likely won't see many appearances for the Thunder in the near future, even in blowouts. He'll soon report to the G League bubble in Orlando, with the Oklahoma City Blue set to begin play Feb. 10.
The Thunder's G League affiliate, the Oklahoma City Blue, announced Thursday that Hall (COVID-19 health and safety protocols) will be a member of its roster for the four-week 2020-21 G League season in Orlando, which begins Feb. 10, Joe Mussatto of The Oklahoman reports. Hall, one of the Thunder's two two-way players, hasn't been with the NBA team for its last four games while waiting to clear the protocol. The undrafted rookie hasn't been part of the rotation even when available this season, so he'll head to the G League bubble next month to pick up some meaningful playing time.
Hall (COVID-19 protocols) will remain out for Wednesday's game against Phoenix. Hall remains in the leagues health and safety protocols and will thus sit out for a fourth consecutive contest.
Hall (COVID-19 protocols) will not play in Monday's game against the Blazers, Jamie Hudson of NBC Sports Northwest reports. It will be the third straight absence for Hall, who is without a firm timetable to return to game action. The forward has appeared in only five games for the Thunder on the season.
Hall (health and safety protocols) is out Sunday against the Clippers. Hall won't be eligible to return to the court until he clears all COVID-related health and safety protocols. He's a fringe rotation player, so his absence isn't putting the Thunder in a jam.
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