Brooks (toe) is expected to be out for four months, Michael Grange of Sportsnet.ca reports.
The sophomore underwent surgery last week and is beginning rehab activities. He's expected to be back in four months, but Brooks won't be able to do any weight-bearing activities for one month. On a positive note, he should be healthy around late-May, allowing him to prepare for next season.
Brooks will undergo a procedure to address a ruptured ligament in his right big toe and he's expected to be out for the remainder of the season, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports.
Toe soreness prevented Brooks from playing Monday, and the issue is more serious than initially thought. As a result of surgery, Brooks will end his sophomore season having played 18 games, averaging 7.5 points and 1.7 rebounds in 18.3 minutes. On a positive note, the wing should be recovered in time to have a full summer of workouts in preparation for the 2019-2020 campaign. For the Grizzlies, Kyle Anderson, Justin Holiday and Garrett Temple may see upticks in workload while Brooks is on the shelf.
Brooks (toe) has been ruled out Wednesday against the Spurs.
Brooks is slated to miss a second straight game as he continues to battle right toe soreness. His next chance to take the court will come Saturday against the Heat. In the meantime, Justin Holiday is a candidate to see an uptick in minutes with Brooks sidelined.
Brooks (toe) has been ruled out for Monday's game against the Pelicans, Michael Wallace of the Grizzlies' official site reports.
As expected, Brooks will miss Monday's game after picking up a toe injury in Saturday's win over the Grizzlies. He's apparently wearing a precautionary walking boot and is considered day-to-day, with his next chance to play coming Wednesday against the Spurs. Newly acquired Justin Holiday could benefit from increased minutes with Brooks unavailable.
Brooks is doubtful for Monday's game against the Pelicans due to right toe soreness.
Brooks picked up an injury during Saturday night's contest against the Spurs, and he'll likely miss at least one game until returning to the court. Expect confirmation on his status closer to tipoff, but if he's held out as expect, Jevon Carter (knee) and Shelvin Mack could see an uptick in minutes off the bench.
Brooks exited Saturday's game against the Spurs due to an apparent leg injury, finishing with 15 points (6-11 FG, 3-5 3Pt) and one assist in 17 minutes.
Brooks suffered the injury with five minutes left in the fourth quarter and was subsequently seen limping to the locker room with the team's training staff. The severity of the issue remains unclear at this point; while Brooks ultimately didn't return, it's possible the Grizzlies were exercising caution with the second-year player given the game was already out of reach. Look for his status to be updated prior to Monday's game against the Pelicans.
Brooks contributed 19 points (5-11 FG, 4-5 3Pt, 5-5 FT) and one assist in 25 minutes during Saturday's 112-103 loss to the Celtics.
Brooks saw his first extended action in this his third game back from a knee injury, and he finished with season highs in scoring and made threes. Brooks saw more minutes than any other reserve, and remains a valued part of the regular wing rotation. With that being said, the sophomore is probably only worth targeting in deeper leagues.
Brooks (knee) is available Saturday against the Celtics.
Brooks will appear in his third straight game after missing extended time due to a knee injury. He has yet to eclipse 15 minutes since returning.
Brooks is probable for Saturday's game against the Celtics due to left knee soreness.
Brooks has played two games since returning from an extended absence, and it appears he's still dealing with some residual pain. If he does take the floor, it seems likely he'll stick to minutes in the 10-20 range.
Brooks will play Wednesday against the Cavs, Omari Sankofa of The Athletic reports.
Brooks was included on the initial injury report with a "probable" designation, so it's no surprise that he'll be available to play for a second straight game after missing more than a month with a knee injury. Brooks played 12 minutes Sunday against the Lakers and finished with two points and two assists.
Brooks is listed as probable for Wednesday's game against the Cavs.
Brooks made his return to action prior to Christmas, playing 12 minutes off the bench in Sunday's win over the Lakers. He didn't appear to aggravate the knee injury, so his inclusion on the injury report is likely just precautionary.
Brooks (knee) came off the bench Sunday and produced two points (1-5 FG, 0-2 3Pt) and two assists across 12 minutes in the Grizzlies' 107-99 win over the Lakers.
Suiting up for the first time since Nov. 10, Brooks immediately re-entered coach J.B. Bickerstaff's rotation, leaving no room for Jevon Carter and MarShon Brooks as a result. Brooks had some strong outings in the second half of his rookie campaign in 2017-18, but he'll have trouble reclaiming a primary scoring role for the Grizzlies so long as Mike Conley, Marc Gasol and Jaren Jackson are all healthy and available.
Brooks (knee) has been cleared to play Sunday against the Lakers.
As expected, Brooks will be available off the bench if needed after missing significant time with a knee injury. He'll likely be on a minutes restriction if he does check into the game, considering he hasn't seen game action in nearly six weeks.
Brooks (knee) is expected to play in Sunday's game against the Lakers, Michael Wallace of the Grizzlies' official site reports.
After being out for nearly six weeks, Brooks and the Grizzlies are feeling good about his chances to play after going through a pregame workout. Given the lengthy absence, it's possible Brooks is eased back into the rotation and given limited minutes, but that should be confirmed once tip-off draws closer.
Brooks (knee) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Lakers.
Brooks has been sidelined since Nov. 12 due to a Grade 2 MCL sprain, but has a shot of playing Sunday. If he ends up taking the floor, it's possible he'll be on a minutes restriction.
Brooks (knee) is on schedule in his recovery and is expected to be back before the end of December.
Brooks has been out since Nov. 10 with a Grade 2 MCL sprain, but he's progressing well in his recovery and is on track to be back within the next three weeks. The second-year wing was averaging 19.9 minutes per game before the injury, which he'd translated to 7.3 points, 1.9 rebounds, 1.0 assist and 0.7 made threes per contest.
Brooks (knee) will be evaluated in two weeks, Omari Sankofa II of The Athletic reports.
This update is in line with the expected timeline for Brook's recovery from a knee sprain he suffered nearly three weeks ago. It is good to know that Brooks hasn't suffered any setbacks in his recovery, but even with the update, he is still expected to miss another month at least, and may not return until 2019. Wayne Selden and MarShon Brooks should cotninue to see a bump in minutes until Brooks returns.
Brooks (knee) will miss six-to-eight weeks with a Grade 2 MCL sprain, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
Although Brooks avoided a more extensive knee injury, he is set to miss nearly two months with a Grade 2 MCL sprain in his knee. Brooks had been receiving minutes as the backup shooting guard and was averaging 6.8 points and 2.1 rebounds in 18 minutes per game. With Brooks out, look for Wayne Selden and MarShon Brooks to get more run.
Brooks (knee) won't be available for Monday's game against Utah.
Brooks is set for an MRI on his knee Monday after suffering an injury during Saturday's game. He'll remain on the sideline for the Grizzlies' next contest and possibly longer depending on the results of the test.
Brooks (knee) will undergo an MRI on his knee Monday.
Brooks left Saturday's game with what the team suspects is a strained knee, but more information should be available Monday afternoon. As of now, Brooks should be considered very much questionable for Monday night's home matchup with the Jazz.
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