Marvin Bagley III

#35 PF / Sacramento Kings / EXP: 1YRS Height: 6-11 Weight: 235 lb Age: 21 College: Duke
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73%
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6%
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    Kings' Marvin Bagley: Healthy, going to Orlando

    Coach Luke Walton noted that Bagley is healthy and will be "looked at" in Orlando but that it's "way too early" to determine his role, Jason Jones of The Athletic reports.Jones reported in mid-June that Bagley is likely to come off the bench, though Walton won't go as far as to confirm that. Bagley has appeared in just 13 games this season due to a sprained left foot. If he finds himself in a significant role, that would probably mean reduced minutes for Nemanja Bjelica, Harrison Barnes and/or Harry Giles.

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    Kings' Marvin Bagley: Likely to come off bench if available

    Bagley (foot) will likely come off the bench if he's available to play during the resumption of the season, Jason Jones of The Athletic reports.While there isn't confirmation that Bagley will play again this season, Jones believes he'll come off the bench if he does suit up, noting "It would be a mistake to force Bagley back into the starting lineup and disrupt the chemistry of the group that was starting in March." A foot injury has disrupted Bagley's sophomore campaign, as he's played just 13 games.

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    Kings' Marvin Bagley: Progressing in rehab work

    Coach Luke Walton said in a conference call Wednesday that Bagley (foot) is "doing great" and "feeling much better," Jason Jones of The Athletic reports.Bagley last saw game action Jan. 20 and didn't have a clear return timetable leading up to the shutdown of the NBA season in early March. The news from Walton is good but doesn't provide much clarity on when the 21-year-old is expected to be fully healthy.

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    Kings' Marvin Bagley: Timetable still unclear

    Bagley (foot) continues to rehab his left mid-foot sprain and remains without a firm timetable, though he has not been ruled out for the season, Marc Spears of ESPN reports.Bagley is going through what the team is calling his "reconditioning plan", which includes on-court drills, skill work and strength exercises. The Sacramento Kings have not stated when Bagley might return, but there's still hope that the second-year big man will be able to get back on the floor before the end of the regular season. The No. 2 overall pick in 2018 has not played since Jan. 20, and he's only appeared in 13 games on the year.

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    Kings' Marvin Bagley: To be re-evaluated in three weeks

    Bagley (foot) will be re-evaluated in three weeks, James Ham of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.At this point, it seems optimistic to hope that Bagley will return in mid-March as he continues to recover from mid-foot sprain. An updated timetable for a return may emerge as he hits various milestones in his recovery, but it's possible no concrete information gets out until his official re-evaluation. Nemanja Bjelica should continue handling heavy minutes as the Sacramento Kings' starting power forward as a result.

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    Kings' Marvin Bagley: Could get shut down

    Bagley said after Saturday's 122-102 win over the Spurs that he's "definitely going to try" and return to action this season, though he acknowledged the possibility that he'll be shut down if his left foot isn't 100 percent healthy, Sean Cunningham of ABC 10 Sacramento reports.Bagley is currently sporting a walking boot to protect his sprained left foot, which he aggravated in late January in his fourth game back from an eight-game absence due to the same injury. Sacramento intends to take a more cautious approach with the second-year big man this time around, as he's already been ruled out through the All-Star break. The Sacramento Kings intend to re-evaluate him later this month, but based on Bagley's own comments about the injury, it's looking rather unlikely that he'll be back in action until March at the earliest. Bagley's ongoing absence should continue to allow Nemanja Bjelica to handle heavy minutes as the Kings' starting power forward.

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    Kings' Marvin Bagley: Out three more weeks

    Bagley (foot) will be re-evaluated in three weeks, James Ham of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.Bagley saw a foot specialist Thursday, who determined that his mid-foot sprain has been re-aggravated, per Ham. He'll be sidelined for at least the next three weeks as a result, pushing his return date back until late-February. Nemanja Bjelica will continue to see starts at power forward with Bagley on the mend.

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    Kings' Marvin Bagley: Remains out Thursday

    Bagley (foot) has been ruled out for Thursday's game against the Clippers, Jason Anderson of The Sacramento Bee reports.The 20-year-old will be sidelined for the fifth consecutive contest as he continues to battle left foot soreness. According to James Ham of NBC Sports Bay Area, Bagley was still wearing a boot on his left foot after Wednesday's loss to the Clippers, which also leaves in doubt his availability for Saturday's matchup with the Lakers.

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    Kings' Marvin Bagley: Out Wednesday

    Bagley (foot) is out Wednesday against the Thunder.Bagley will miss a fourth straight contest as he recovers from left foot soreness. His next opportunity to play arrives Thursday against the Clippers.

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    Kings' Marvin Bagley: Ruled out Monday

    Bagley (foot) has been ruled out of Monday's game against the Timberwolves.It will be the third straight absence for Bagley, who continues to nurse a sore left foot. Harry Giles and Dewayne Dedmon should continue to pick up increased minutes in Bagley's place.