Daniels (hip) is absent from the Nuggets' final injury report ahead of Monday's contest against the Lakers.
Daniels was at risk of missing his second consecutive game due to a sore hip. He has averaged 14.7 minutes per game in his three bubble appearances, but with Jamal Murray back he could potentially see his role decreased.
Daniels (hip) is questionable for Saturday's contest against the Jazz.
Daniels is at risk of missing his second game in a row due to right hip soreness. In his three bubble appearances, he's averaging 4.3 points and 1.0 rebounds in 14.7 minutes.
Daniels (hip) will not play Thursday against Portland, Kendra Andrews of The Athletic reports.
Daniels' absence means the Nuggets will be without five of their regulars, so expect a number of players -- PJ Dozier, Monte Morris, Michael Porter Jr., Jerami Grant and Torrey Craig -- to take on increased roles.
Daniels is considered questionable for Thursday's game against Portland due to a sore hip, Blazers reporter Casey Holdahl reports.
The issue apparently arose after Wednesday's win over the Spurs, in which Daniels played 14 minutes off the bench and finished with five points, one rebound and one steal. Look for a more definitive update closer to game time.
Daniels finished with 22 points (7-15 FG, 4-9 3Pt, 4-4 FT), six rebounds, three assists and a steal in 30 minutes during Wednesday's 89-82 scrimmage victory over Washington.
Daniels led the Nuggets in scoring despite coming off the bench, making a case for meaningful minutes moving forward. With the team shorthanded for this contest, Daniels made the most of his opportunity, flashing his offensive upside. That said, it's hard to have a lot of trust when it comes to Daniels' role, and drafting him in a resumption league is certainly not a given.
Daniels will be available to make his Nuggets debut Saturday against the Cavaliers, Katy Winge of Altitude Sports reports.
Daniels joined the Nuggets on Mar. 4, but the team opted not to make him available for Thursday's game against the Hornets. However, he'll suit up for Saturday's action against the Cavs and could play.
Daniels will not be available for Thursday's game against the Hornets, Harrison Wind of TheDNVR.com reports.
Daniels signed with the Nuggets earlier in the week but will have to wait to make his debut. Prior to joining Denver, Daniels appeared in 41 games with the Lakers and posted averages of 4.2 points and 1.1 rebounds in 11.1 minutes. His next chance to take the court will come Saturday in Cleveland.
Daniels is finalizing a deal with the Nuggets, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
Daniels -- who was waived by the Lakers over the weekend -- is set to join the Nuggets, who had an available roster spot after agreeing to a buyout with Jordan McRae. Across 41 games with Los Angeles this season, Daniels posted averages of 4.2 points and 1.1 rebounds in 11.1 minutes.
Daniels will be waived by the Lakers, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
Per Woj, the two sides had been working toward a parting of ways, with the goal of finding Daniels an opportunity to contribute for another team. Meanwhile, waiving Daniels opens up a roster spot for the Lakers, who have reportedly shown interest in J.R. Smith and Dion Waiters, among other free agents.
Daniels knocked down his lone shot attempt -- a three-pointer -- and accrued no other statistics in four minutes off the bench Tuesday in the Lakers' 129-102 win over the Spurs.
Since popping off for a season-high 17 points in a Jan. 15 loss to the Magic, Daniels has been only an occasional member of coach Frank Vogel's rotation. He's gone unused in two of the Lakers' last eight games and has topped out at 14 minutes during his six appearances over that stretch, averaging only 2.5 points while shooting 27.8 percent from the field.
Daniels amassed 17 points (6-9 FG, 4-5 3Pt, 1-1 FT), one rebound and one assist in 21 minutes during Wednesday's 119-118 loss to Orlando.
Daniels hit four triples Wednesday, ending with a season-high 17 points. He can be a sneaky source of three-pointers when afforded sufficient playing time. Unfortunately, that is not an every night occurrence, highlighted by the fact he played only three minutes in the game prior.
Daniels produced 12 points (5-11 FG, 2-6 3Pt) and six rebounds in 21 minutes during Saturday's 125-110 win over Oklahoma City.
The 28-year-old shot nicely in the middle quarters with 10 points (4-6 FG, 2-3 3Pt) and set season-highs in both rebounds and minutes played. Daniels received a more significant workload due to team injuries, so it's highly unlikely he'll continue to produce at this rate unless most of his teammates are out.
Daniels didn't score a single point (0-1 FG) in four minutes during Wednesday's 117-107 win over the Suns.
Daniels has reached double-digit minutes twice and has gathered four DNP designations over the Lakers' last 10 games. He is struggling to produce when given the chance and, considering recent tendencies, he shouldn't be much of a factor off the bench for the Lakers moving forward.
Daniels supplied 11 points (4-6 FG, 3-3 3Pt) and a steal in 15 minutes during Monday's win over the Spurs.
Daniels topped double-figures for the third time this season. His production is predominantly charged by his ability to make three-pointers, which he's doing at a subpar 32.7 clip on the season. He's averaging just 15.5 minutes per game, so, despite his track record of solid three-point shooting, Daniels can safely be avoided in the majority of formats.
Daniels (knee) is available for Tuesday's game against the Suns, but he's unlikely to see the court unless "needed," Kyle Goon of The Orange County Register reports.
It seems like the Lakers will opt to take it easy with Daniels, who is recovering from a knee injury. In 15.2 minutes per game, he's averaging 5.4 points and 1.6 rebounds.
Daniels (knee) isn't expected to be cleared to play Tuesday against the Suns, Kyle Goon of The Orange County Register reports.
While it appears Daniels will end up sitting out of this one, coach Frank Vogel did note that "there's a chance" the VCU product could return. His availability will likely depend on how he fares during shootaround.
Daniels (knee) is questionable for Tuesday's game against Phoenix, Bill Oram of The Athletic reports.
Daniels underwent an MRI earlier in the day Monday, and while the team has yet to reveal the details of the injury, it's good to hear that he has a chance to play Tuesday. Expect an update closer to tipoff.
Daniels will undergo a precautionary MRI on his left knee, Mike Trudell of the Lakers' official site reports.
Daniels apparently tweaked his left knee during Monday's practice, leaving his status for Tuesday's game in Phoenix up in the air. His availability should clear up once the results of his MRI are known.
Daniels contributed 11 points (4-7 FG, 3-5 3Pt), four rebounds and one block in 17 minutes during Sunday's 113-104 loss to Toronto.
Daniels scored 11 points off the Lakers bench during Sunday's loss, ending with 3-of-5 from the three-point line. Daniels is a known sharpshooter and that is certainly a skill the Lakers are going to need from time to time. If you can catch him on the right night, Daniels could be a solid three-point streamer, but be prepared for a number of duds mixed in with the odd good game.
Daniels produced 15 points (5-9 FG, 4-8 3Pt, 1-1 FT), three rebounds and a steal in 21 minutes during Friday's win over Utah.
Daniels finished third on the team in points, leading the bench unit by a sizable margin. The veteran sharpshooter's hit 5-of-13 attempts from downtown over his first two games, clearly benefitting from the easy looks generated by LeBron James. If he's able to sufficiently keep up on the defensive end, Daniels has the offensive chops to embed himself as a steady option within the Lakers' second unit going forward.
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