Kaminsky finished with just eight points (3-8 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 1-2 FT), but added five rebounds, three assists, two steals and one block in 17 minutes during Monday's 116-103 victory over Oklahoma City.
Kaminsky returned to action and saw just 17 minutes of court time. While he didn't contribute a lot in the scoring column, he was able to chip in elsewhere. He should be seeing additional court time with Cody Zeller (knee) on the sidelines, and is worth an add if you are in need of a big man who can hit the three ball.
Kaminsky will play Monday against the Thunder.
After missing the last two contests with a sprained right ankle, Kaminsky was able to go through shootaround and has been cleared to return to action against Oklahoma City. The big man's return means Johnny O'Bryant will likely sink back into a reduced role off the bench after playing 16 minutes Saturday against the Lakers.
Kaminsky (ankle) is listed as questionable for Monday's game against the Thunder, Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer reports.
Kaminsky has missed two consecutive games now, as he continues to work his way back from a sprained right ankle. The Hornets aren't practicing Sunday, so look for another update on Kaminsky's availability following Monday's morning shootaround. If Kaminsky can't give it a go, Marvin Williams should see all the minutes he can handle at power forward, with Johnny O'Bryant picking up a bigger workload off the bench.
Kaminsky (ankle) has been ruled out for Saturday's game against the Lakers.
Kaminsky missed the first half of the Hornets' back-to-back set Friday against the Bulls after spraining his right ankle during Wednesday's matchup against the Warriors. After going through morning shootaround Saturday, he's apparently still feeling too much discomfort to take the floor. In his stead Friday, Marvin Williams saw 40 minutes and took 11 shots. Dwight Howard saw 43 minutes and took 23 shots. Johnny O'Bryant saw 10 minutes off the pine and missed all three of his field-goal attempts.
Kaminsky (ankle) has been ruled out for for Friday's game against the Bulls.
Kaminsky suffered a sprained right ankle during Wednesday's matchup with the Warriors, forcing him from the game after just six minutes. He's now been ruled out for Friday's contest and with the Hornets headed into a back-to-back set, there's certainly a chance he's also held out Saturday vs. the Lakers. With Cody Zeller also now out indefinitely with a medial meniscus tear in his knee, Marvin Williams will likely get all the minutes he can handle at power forward, while Johnny O'Bryant should see a sizable increase in his role backing up both Williams and Dwight Howard.
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