Adams (knee) has been cleared to play Tuesday against the Pacers, Maddie Lee of The Oklahoman reports.
Adams was initially listed as questionable due to a left knee injury, but the Thunder have cleared him for action well before Tuesday's tip. Through seven games this year, he's averaging 8.3 points and 10.1 rebounds.
Adams (knee) is listed as questionable for Tuesday's game against the Pacers.
Adams has missed three of the past six games with a left knee issue. His status for Tuesday's game should clear up closer to tip-off; if he's unable to play, Nerlens Noel would likely benefit again from increased run.
Adams won't play Sunday against Milwaukee due to a left knee contusion, Joe Mussatto of Oklahoman Sports reports.
It's reportedly the same injury that caused Adams to miss two contests last week. With Adams out against the Bucks on Sunday, Nerleans Noel will likely start at center and seize an increased role.
Adams had 13 points (6-7 FG, 1-3 FT), eight rebounds, two assists, two blocks and one steal in 25 minutes during Saturday's 114-108 win over the Warriors.
Adams' scoring numbers have slightly decreased this season, although that could have been expected with the presence of Danilo Gallinari, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and Chris Paul on the starting lineup. The veteran big man has been dominant on the glass, however, and his current tally of 10.1 rebounds per game would represent a career-high mark for him if he is able to sustain it going forward. Adams will aim to extend his solid run of form Sunday against the Bucks.
Adams amassed 11 points (5-7 FG, 1-2 FT), 11 rebounds, three assists and one block in 26 minutes during Tuesday's 102-94 win over the Magic.
Adams returned to the lineup following a two-game absence with a bruised knee and recorded his first double-double through five appearances. While Adams has reached double figures in rebounding in every tilt thus far this season, this is his first double-digit scoring effort, though perhaps playing alongside several strong playmakers in Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Chris Paul and Danilo Gallinari will result in better scoring numbers from Adams going forward.
Adams (knee) will start Tuesday against the Magic, Maddie Lee of The Oklahoman reports.
Adams is back in the lineup following a two-game absence. He has yet to score in double-figures this season, but he's grabbed at least 10 boards in each of his four appearances.
Adams (knee) is active for Tuesday's contest against Orlando, Maddie Lee of The Oklahoman reports.
Adams has missed the last two contests due to nursing a left knee bruise, but the center will reportedly return to the floor Tuesday. Adams will presumably start and see usual minutes against the Magic while Nerlens Noel and Mike Muscala help off the bench.
Adams (knee) is listed as questionable for Tuesday's game against Orlando.
Adams managed to practice in full Monday, though his availability remains murky heading into Tuesday's matchup. Expect Oklahoma City to issue on update closer to tipoff.
Adams (knee) practiced in full Monday, Erik Horne of The Athletic reports.
Adams, who's missed the past two games due to a left knee bruise, was able to complete contact drills in Monday's practice. The improvement bodes well for Adams' availability Tuesday, though there's still a reasonable chance for him to miss a third-straight game.
Adams (knee) won't play in Saturday's game against the Pelicans, Royce Young of ESPN.com reports.
Adams will be held out for a second-straight game as he continues to battle through a left knee bruise. Nerlens Noel (foot) should start if he's cleared to play, otherwise, look for Mike Muscala and Justin Patton to share duties at center.
Adams (knee) is questionable for Saturday's game against the Pelicans, Maddie Lee of The Oklahoman reports.
Adams missed Wednesday's game against Portland with the left knee bruise, but he participated in individual work Thursday and Friday to give himself a chance to play this weekend. The 26-year-old may end up being a game-time decision for the 5 P.M. EDT tip-off.
Adams (knee) did some individual work during Thursday's non-contact practice, Erik Horne of The Athletic reports.
This is an encouraging sign for Adams, who missed Wednesday's game against Portland with a left knee contusion. Whether Adams participates in Friday's practice, and how his knee responds if he does, should shed some light on his status for Saturday's game against the Pelicans.
Adams (knee) will not play Wednesday against Portland, Maddie Lee of The Oklahoman reports.
Adams was removed from Monday's game against Golden State with a bruised left knee, and the injury will keep the big man out Wednesday night. In his absence, Nerlens Noel will likely move into a starting role, while Mike Muscala could see increased time off the bench.
Adams is listed as questionable on the Thunder's injury report ahead of Wednesday's game against the Trail Blazers due to a bruised left knee.
Adams' poor start to the season took another turn for the worse in Monday's loss to the Rockets, when he asked out of the game in the fourth quarter on account of the knee issue. While the injury only looks to be a day-to-day concern at this juncture, Adams may be at risk of sitting out versus Portland. The Thunder should provide an update on Adams' status following morning shootaround, but if he's ultimately ruled out, Nerlens Noel would likely start at center and make for an appealing streaming or DFS option.
Adams asked to be removed during the fourth quarter of Monday's game against the Rockets due to a knee contusion, Erik Horne of The Athletic reports.
Adams logged 27 minutes prior to his departure, posting six points (2-7 FG, 2-4 FT), 12 rebounds, two blocks and one assist. Should the big man be forced to miss time beyond Monday, Nerlens Noel would seem the logical candidate to take on additional work.
Adams scored seven points (3-9 FG, 1-2 FT) while adding a game-high 14 rebounds, a steal and a block in 29 minutes during Friday's 97-85 loss to the Wizards.
The Thunder could have used a little more offense from Adams, but the big man stuck to doing what he does best. With the team in full rebuild mode, the 26-year-old could be the next player traded if a contender decides they need help on the boards, but as long as Adams remains in OKC, he'll be looked to for some veteran leadership -- and more scoring, after averaging 13.9 points per game each of the last two seasons.
Adams will be rested for Monday's preseason game against the Mavs, Erik Horne of The Oklahoman reports.
It's simply a routine day off for Adams, who will be joined in street clothes Monday by fellow-veteran Chris Paul.
Adams finished with 19 points (9-12 FG, 1-4 FT), one assist, one steal, and one block in 21 minutes during Thursday's 110-84 preseason victory over the New Zealand Breakers.
Adams dominated his countrymen, doing all of his damage in just 21 minutes. The game was well in hand early and Adams was a primary reason for that. He led the team in scoring and rebounding, continuing to build towards what could be a very nice season. He did shoot just 1-of-4 from the free-throw line and that continues to be a glaring flaw in his fantasy game. If you are punting that category, Adams is a mid-round player in most h2h formats.
Adams has been made available by the Thunder, Sam Amico of AmicoHoops.net reports.
The sixth-year center, who averaged 13.9 points, 9.5 rebounds, 1.5 steals and 1.0 block in 33.4 minutes per game last year, has been made available for trade. A preseason move may be unlikely, however, as the demand for centers across the league is relatively low and the Thunder have "set the price too high" according to Amico. If Adams is moved ahead of the season, Nerlens Noel and Mike Muscala would stand to be the primary beneficiaries.
Adams posted 10 points (5-6 FG, 0-1 3Pt), seven rebounds, two assists and one block across 35 minutes during the Thunder's 120-108 win over the Trail Blazers in Game 3 of their Western Conference first-round playoff series Friday.
Adams had averaged 16.5 points over the first two games of the series, so Friday's tally represented a notable downturn. The big man remained as efficient as he'd been in Game 2, but he took two fewer shot attempts and also failed to visit the free-throw line for the first time in the series. He'll look to boost his production back up in Sunday's Game 4.
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