Gallinari is dealing with a partial tear in his left glute and will be reevaluated at some point in January.
It was originally believed that Gallinari was just dealing with a bruised left glute muscle, though recent imaging has revealed a partial tear, which should keep him out longer than expected. He's going to be reevaluated at some point in January, which means he'll miss at least the next week and a half before another update is provided. It wouldn't be surprising if this latest absence extended well into January, so Gallinari can essentially be considered out indefinitely. Look for further updates to be provided throughout the recovery process, though in the meantime, guys like Wesley Johnson (foot), Jamil Wilson and Sam Dekker should all pitch in with more minutes in the frontcourt.
Gallinari (hip) will remain out for Monday's game against the Spurs, Paul Garcia of Project Spurs reports.
Gallinari will be missing a fifth straight game with a glute injury that he aggravated early last week. The Clippers have also failed to provide any sort of timetable, so he'll continue to be evaluated on a game-to-game basis for the time being. That said, considering it's an aggravation of previous injury, the Clippers are likely going to be as cautious as possible in bringing Gallinari back into action, so it wouldn't be surprising if he missed a handful more games.
While game notes can be subject to change, there's little reason to believe Gallinari won't miss a fourth straight game as he continues to nurse a hip injury. The wing previously missed several weeks with a related issue, but he returned to action for a pair of games earlier this month before landing on the injury report again. Assuming Gallinari does, indeed, sit out, consider him questionable to make his return Monday in San Antonio.
Gallinari (hip) has been ruled out for Friday's game against the Wizards, Zach Rosen of WashingtonWizards.com reports.
Gallinari will be missing a third straight contest with a glute injury that he aggravated recently. He previously missed 13 games because of it, so look for the Clippers to take an extremely cautious approach with him in his recovery, which likely means he'll miss at least a few more. Look for Jamil Wilson to potentially pick up a third straight start, with guys like Montrezl Harrell and Sam Sekker picking up more minutes off the bench.
Gallinari (hip) will remain out for Wednesday's matchup with the Magic, Lawrence Murray of ESPN reports.
It was reported earlier in the week that Gallinari aggravated a previous glute injury and that he'd miss at least a couple of games, so this latest update is no surprise. Following Monday, Gallinari should be evaluated on a game-to-game basis, with his next opportunity to play coming on Friday against the Wizards. Jamil Wilson started alongside Wesley Johnson at the two forward spots with Gallinari out Monday, which will likely be the case again Wednesday. Montrezl Harrell and Sam Dekker are also candidate to continue seeing an increased workload.
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