Jones totaled four points (2-5 FG), two rebounds, two steals, and one assist in 21 minutes during Thursday's 107-98 win over the Magic.
Jones returned to the lineup after exiting Monday's matchup against the Hawks with a bruised left knee. Jones is mostly known for his prowess as a dunker, but he could have the opportunity to showcase himself as a more well-rounded player in 2019-20.
Jones won't return to Monday's game against Atlanta due to a bruised left knee.
The injury doesn't appear to be overly serious, but the Heat will exercise caution by shutting Jones down for the rest of the night. He'll be considered day-to-day moving forward.
The Heat officially guaranteed Jones' contract for 2019-20 after he remained on the roster following the Aug. 1 deadline, Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
Rumored to be on the move to Dallas in a trade earlier this offseason, Jones ultimately stayed put after the Heat ultimately brought in two other teams to facilitate the four-way deal that sent Jimmy Butler to Miami. The athletic forward will earn approximately $1.6 million in 2019-20 before hitting the market next July as an unrestricted free agent. Jones emerged as a rotation wing for Miami during the past season, starting in 14 of his 60 games while averaging 7.0 points, 4.0 rebounds, 0.8 steals and 0.7 blocks in 19.2 minutes per contest while shooting 49.4 percent from the field.
Jones was traded from the Heat to the Mavericks on Sunday along with Kelly Olynyk as part of a sign-and-trade for Jimmy Butler, Mark Stein of The New York Times reports.
Jones spent the majority of the 2018-2019 season in a bench role, averaging seven points along with four rebounds over 60 games. He may have a chance to see an uptick in playing time with Dallas, though he'll have to beat out Tim Hardaway and Dorian Finney-Smith to do so.
Jones (DNP-Coach's Decision) did not see the floor during Friday's 111-109 loss to the Timberwolves.
Jones missed Wednesday's game against the Celtics due to a knee injury but was cleared to return for this one. Nevertheless, he didn't end up seeing the floor after all, this despite earning a season-high 21.5 minutes per game across 15 matchups in March.
Jones (knee) will play in Friday's game against the Timberwolves, Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
After not playing in Wednesday's game against Boston with the right knee injury, Jones will be back in action Friday and potentially back in the starting lineup with Josh Richardson (groin) ruled out for the next two weeks. In 14 games as a starter this season, Jones is averaging 7.7 points and 4.2 rebounds across 22.2 minutes per game.
Jones, who has been diagnosed with a right knee bone bruise, is questionable for Friday's game against the Timberwolves, Tim Reynolds of the Associated Press reports.
Jones didn't play Wednesday against the Celtics, but it's possible he's back as soon as Friday. We may learn more following the Heat's morning shootaround.
Jones (knee) won't be available for Wednesday's game against Boston, Anthony Chiang of the Miami Herald reports.
Jones exited Monday's matchup with Boston following a right knee injury, and although there's been no further news on the issue, the team has ruled him out for Wednesday. James Johnson should fill in with Jones on the shelf.
Jones will not return to Monday's game against the Celtics after suffering a right knee injury.
Jones suffered the injury in the first half of Monday's game, playing 17 minutes and collecting two points. James Johnson started the second half in his place, and should be in line for a larger role if Jones is forced to miss more time. Jones will be re-evaluated when the team returns to Miami, and he should be considered questionable for Wednesday's game against Boston.
Jones (personal) will be available for Monday's game against the Celtics, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports.
Jones has been away from the team for personal reasons, and while he still was not with the team at shootaround, the expectation is that he'll rejoin the Heat in Boston prior to tip-off. Jones has been in the starting lineup for every game since March 17, and he's averaging 22.5 minutes per contest in that span.
Jones is listed as questionable for Monday's game against the Celtics for personal reasons, Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
Jones missed Saturday's shootaround for personal reasons, but was able to play in that game, so this could be a similar situation. More information should come out following the team's activities on Monday morning. If Jones is unable to go, James Johnson could see increased playing time.
Jones (personal) will play in Saturday's game against the Knicks, Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
Jones will play and start Saturday despite missing shootaround due to a personal issue. In 55 appearances this season, Jones' averaged 7.2 points and 4.1 rebounds in 19.1 minutes.
Jones is questionable for Saturday's game against the Knicks due to personal reasons.
The Heat could be down yet another player, as Jones might not play Saturday. If that's the case, James Johnson would be a candidate to see extra minutes.
Jones ended with 11 points (4-8 FG, 2-6 3Pt, 1-3 FT), seven rebounds, three assists, and one steal in 25 minutes during Friday's 116-87 loss to Milwaukee.
Jones played 25 minutes as the starting small-forward, coming away with a serviceable yet unspectacular line. The Heat were embarrassed on both ends of the floor which meant a number of players were impacted in terms of playing time. Prior to this game, Jones had scored in double-digits just once since the end of January. Outside of his athletic upside, Jones is not a standard league asset and can be left on the waivers in most formats.
Jones finished with 18 points (7-10 FG, 2-4 3Pt, 2-2 FT), four rebounds and a block across 26 minutes in the Heat's win over the Nets on Saturday.
His point total matched a season-high, and Jones also chipped in four boards and a block in Saturday's loss. He's only averaging 7.1 points and 4.2 rebounds per game this season, and his solid performance on Saturday shouldn't be expected to remain the norm moving forward.
Jones is probable for Saturday's game against the Nets due to a a bruised right knee, Anthony Chiang of the Miami Herald reports.
Jones missed a stretch of eight games in early-to-mid February due to a bruised knee, and it's possible he simply aggravated the injury. Ultimately, he's expected to play through the injury Saturday. Over his past four appearances, he's averaging 4.5 points, 3.0 rebounds and 1.0 block across 20.0 minutes.
Jones (illness) is available to play in Wednesday's game against Golden State, Shandel Richardson of The Athletic reports.
Jones was held out of Monday's loss to the Suns due to an illness, but after practicing Tuesday and being listed as probable for Wednesday, the high-flyer has been deemed fit to play against the Warriors. Jones has appeared in just two of the Heat's last 11 games due to the illness and a knee injury, but he should be a full go off the bench Wednesday.
Jones (illness) is expected to return for Wednesday's game against Golden State, Anthony Chiang of the Miami Herald reports.
Jones took part in Tuesday's practice without issue, so he'll likely return to game action Wednesday. He should be officially cleared by the team closer to tipoff.
Jones (illness) participated in Tuesday's practice, Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
Jones was held out of Monday's contest against Phoenix due to illness, so it's good to see that he was able to get back on the floor with his teammates Tuesday. While he appears to be trending in the right direction, he's still a game-time decision at this point.
Jones (illness) has been ruled out Monday against the Suns, Anthony Chiang of the Miami Herald reports.
Along with Jones, who is dealing with an undisclosed illness, the Heat will be without the likes of Justise Winslow (knee), Rodney McGruder (knee) and James Johnson (shoulder), leaving the team thin at forward. Kelly. As a result, look for the Heat to rely more heavily on Josh Richardson and Dion Waiters on the wing, along with Kelly Olynyk, Bam Adebayo and Hassan Whiteside up front.
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