Horton-Tucker (foot) played 25 minutes Saturday in the G League's South Bay Lakers season-opening loss to the Oklahoma City Blue, finishing with 16 points (6-13 FG, 2-5 3Pt, 1-2 FT), seven rebounds and five assists.
The rookie second-round pick has yet to make his NBA debut, but his ability to take part in the G League contest suggests he's moved past the stress reaction in his right foot that he suffered prior to the Las Vegas Summer League. The 18-year-old is viewed as more of a developmental option for the Lakers and is unlikely to hold a meaningful rotational role in Los Angeles this season.
Horton-Tucker (foot) has been ruled out for Friday's game against the Mavericks.
Horton-Tucker has yet to take the court this season due to a foot issue, and he's set to miss yet another contest. His next chance to return will come Sunday in San Antonio.
Horton-Tucker (foot) didn't see the floor Tuesday in the Lakers' 120-91 win over the Grizzlies.
Horton-Tucker was active for the contest after being listed as questionable heading into the day, but the Lakers' decision not to play him in the blowout victory suggests he hasn't completely moved past the stress reaction in his right foot. Once he's deemed fully healthy, the rookie may end up seeing the majority of his playing time with the G League's South Bay Lakers this season.
Horton-Tucker (foot) is listed as questionable for Tuesday's game against the Grizzlies.
Horton-Tucker was previously out on the Lakers' injury report, but it appears there's a chance he'll be available Tuesday evening. He's yet to make his season debut due to a stress reaction in his right foot.
Horton-Tucker (foot) has been cleared to return to practice, Bill Oram of The Athletic reports.
Horton-Tucker hasn't seen any game action this season due to a foot issue, though it's good news that he's been given the green light to practice. A timetable for his return remains unknown, however.
Horton-Tucker (foot) wasn't active Tuesday in the Lakers' 112-102 loss to the Clippers in the season opener.
A second-round rookie out of Iowa State, Horton-Tucker missed all of training camp and the preseason while recovering from a stress reaction in his right foot. The Lakers haven't provided a clear timeline for him to make his NBA debut, but at this stage, it's fair to expect Horton-Tucker's absence to extend into November. Once healthy, Horton-Tucker should see most of his action this season with the G League's South Bay Lakers.
Horton-Tucker (foot) has been ruled out for Friday's preseason game against the Warriors.
Horton-Tucker will miss the entire preseason due to a right foot injury. There's a chance he could find himself in the G League to start the regular season after failing to prove he deserves a roster spot.
Horton-Tucker (foot) was held out of Monday's exhibition against the Warriors.
Horton-Tucker continues to battle a right foot injury, and he's yet to take the court in the preseason. His next opportunity to do so will come Wednesday at home against Golden State.
Horton-Tucker (foot) didn't play in Thursday's preseason game against Brooklyn.
Horton-Tucker is on the mend from a stress reaction in his right foot, so his absence wasn't all that surprising. The Lakers figure to continue to exercise caution moving forward, and they could hold him out throughout the preseason.
Horton-Tucker (foot) is out Saturday against the Warriors, Mike Trudell of the Lakers' official site reports.
As he deals with a stress reaction in his right foot, Horton-Tucker will be held out of the Lakers' first preseason game. It's unclear when he may be able to return to the court.
Horton-Tucker is receiving treatment for a stress reaction in his right foot, Mark Stein of The New York Times reports.
Horton-Tucker suffered the injury prior to summer league, and he's set to be re-evaluated when the team returns from China. An update on his status should emerge shortly after.
Horton-Tucker (foot) and the Lakers agreed to a contract Saturday, Kyle Goon of The Orange County Register reports.
The terms of Horton-Tucker's deal aren't clear, but the Lakers' decision to sign the second-round pick suggests he'll likely spent his rookie campaign as a member of the 15-man roster or as a two-way player. The 6-foot-4 swingman boasts a seven-foot wingspan that leaves the Lakers optimistic he can develop into a defensive stalwart in time. He was unable to put his skills on display during the Las Vegas Summer League due to a stress reaction in his foot, but he'll likely be at full health or close to it once training camp arrives.
Horton-Tucker (foot) has been ruled out for the Lakers' entire Las Vegas Summer League slate.
Horton-Tucker, a second-round pick out of Iowa State, is recovering from a stress reaction in his right foot. The severity of the setback isn't fully known, so the Lakers may just be playing it safe with the rookie during exhibition play. The Lakers should provide an update on Horton-Tucker's condition once training camp gets underway.
Horton-Tucker will not play during the Lakers' first three summer league games due to a stress reaction in his foot, Mike Bresnahan of Spectrum SportsNet reports.
The Lakers were reportedly aware of the rookie's injury when he was drafted 46th overall. While he won't play during the California Classic, it's possible he recovers in time for Las Vegas Summer League.
The Lakers selected Horton-Tucker with the No. 46 overall pick in the 2019 NBA Draft.
The Lakers swung a deal with Orlando to move up and grab Horton-Tucker, a rangy guard out of Iowa State. Horton-Tucker stands 6-4, but he has a wingspan of more than seven-feet, which should bode well for his defensive potential at the next level. The Chicago native averaged 11.8 points, 4.9 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 1.3 steals as a freshman at Iowa State.
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