Bell (shoulder) will remain out for Friday's summer league finale, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports. Bell ended up playing in four combined games between Sacramento and Las Vegas Summer Leagues, posting averages of 5.0 points, 6.7 rebounds, 4.3 assists, 2.5 steals and 2.3 blocks across 24.3 minutes. However, he dealt with some soreness in his shoulder and missed the last few contests, so the Warriors are comfortable just shutting their second-year big man down. Bell should be a full go for training camp and he could be in line for a bigger role this season following the departures of JaVale McGee, Zaza Pachulia and potentially David West.
Bell (shoulder) will miss Wednesday's summer league action against the Hornets, Chris Haynes of ESPN.com reports. Bell's shoulder continues to give him some discomfort, and there's no reason for the Warriors to push him during league. In 97 summer league minutes, Bell has been showing off his versatility, totaling 20 points, 27 rebounds, 17 assists, 10 steals and nine blocks.
Bell is dealing with a sore left shoulder and won't play in Monday's summer league matchup against the Mavericks, Chris Haynes of ESPN reports. The injury isn't considered serious, though the Warriors are going to play it safe with Bell and hold him out of Monday's contest as a precautionary measure. Bell's availability for the final few summer league games later this week is also uncertain at this point in time, though it wouldn't be a huge surprise if the Warriors opted to shut him down.
Bell finished with six points (3-8 FG), 11 rebounds, five assists, three blocks and two steals across 28 minutes during Friday's 77-71 summer league victory over the Clippers. This is what we're used to seeing from Bell, who, across two summer league tilts, has racked up 14 points, 17 rebounds, 12 assists, seven blocks and four steals. He's certainly making the case for more playing time next season, though it may be tough to come by with DeMarcus Cousins now in the fold.
Bell (rest) will play during Friday's game against the Clippers, Mark Medina of The San Jose Mercury News reports. Bell was given Thursday's Sacramento Summer League game off for rest, but will return for the Warriors' first game of Las Vegas Summer League. During Tuesday's game, Bell posted eight points, seven assists, six rebounds, four blocks and a pair of steals across 24 minutes.
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