Kings guard Nik Stauskas (back) has been updated to probable while center Reggie Evans (thumb) is out against the Lakers on Monday, the team has announced.
Stauskas has been dealing with a back sprain that forced him to sit April 8 and Evans missed Sunday's contest with a right thumb sprain.
The Kings are 3.5-point favorites against the Lakers.
Kings center Reggie Evans (thumb) is listed as doubtful for Sunday at Denver, per ESPN.com.
Evans has a right thumb sprain.
Evans is averaging 3.7 points and 6.4 rebounds per game this season as a reserve.
Kings center DeMarcus Cousins will miss Friday's game against the Spurs with an ankle injury, the team announced.
Cousins was considered doubtful for the game after missing practice Thursday with the injury. Cousins is averaging 23.7 points and 12.2 rebounds in 43 games this season. Reggie Evans will likely replace Cousins in the starting lineup.
The Kings are currently 5-point underdogs against the Spurs Friday.
Kings center DeMarcus Cousins is listed as doubtful for Friday's game against the Spurs, the team announced.
Cousins was not able to practice Thursday because of a left ankle sprain and left hip contusion. Forward Reggie Evans should see an increase in minutes if Cousins cannot play.
Kings center Reggie Evans was able to return to action on Wednesday against the Grizzlies.
Evans wound up playing 27 minutes, but only attempted one shot. He finished with two points. Evans was much more effective on the boards, pulling down 11 rebounds. He also added two steals and one assist during the contest. Evans had missed the previous three games due to a knee injury.
Kings forward Reggie Evans has been downgraded to out for Saturday's game against the Clippers, the team announced.
Evans, who was considered questionable for the contest, is dealing with a knee contusion. He is averaging 4.2 points and 6.8 rebounds per game this season.
Kings power forward Reggie Evans will not play in Friday's game against the Celtics due to a right knee contusion.
Evans also did not play in the final game before the break. He has averaged 4.2 points and 6.8 rebounds in 30 games.
The Kings are 3 1/2-point favorites at home against the Celtics.
The Kings are willing to part ways with rookie guard Nik Stauskas in exchange for frontcourt help to find a compliment to big man DeMarcus Cousins, reports CBS Sports NBA Insider Ken Berger on Wednesday. Sacramento also has the expiring contracts of Derrick Williams and Reggie Evans to include in such a deal, per the report.
The Kings have also shopped forward Jason Thompson around, but a deal involving Thompson would likely happen separately to Stauskas.
Stauskas, the No. 8 overall pick in this year's draft, is averaging 3.6 points and 1.1 rebounds while logging 14.1 minutes through his first 38 games.
The Kings listed center DeMarcus Cousins as probable for Saturday’s game against the Knicks.
Cousins missed Friday’s loss to the Suns while dealing with gastroenteritis. Forward Reggie Evans started in Cousins’ place and scored 11 points while also grabbing 16 rebounds.
The Kings also listed Ramon Sessions as doubtful with a back injury, while Ryan Hollins (personal) is out.
The Kings are 5-point favorites.
Kings power forward Reggie Evans scored 11 points on 5 of 13 shooting while hauling in 16 rebounds in his team's 115-106 loss to the Suns Friday.
Evans saw extended playing time Friday with DeMarcus Cousins (illness) on the shelf and translated the extra minutes into his second double-double of the season. He also kicked in one assist and one steal in 32 minutes of action. The Kings have lost seven of their last eight games going into Saturday's matchup with the Knicks.
The Kings listed Omri Casspi (left knee bone contusion), DeMarcus Cousins (viral meningitis), Reggie Evans (hip contusion) and Ramon Sessions (lower back strain) as probable for Monday’s game at Golden State.
The Kings are 11 1/2-point underdogs.
Kings point guard Ramon Sessions is questionable to play in Sunday's game against the Lakers due to a lower back strain, while forwards Reggie Evans (knee, hip) and Omri Casspi (knee) are probable for the game.
The Kings are a 7-point favorite for Sunday's home matchup with the Lakers.
The Kings have listed forwards Reggie Evans and Omri Casspi as out for Thursday's game against the Bucks.
Evans, who is averaging 4.4 points and 7.3 rebounds, sustained a knee and hip contusion Tuesday against the Thunder.
Casspi, who is averaging 8.2 points and 3.4 rebounds, is still dealing with a left knee bone contusion. Casspi has missed the Kings last five games.
The Kings released the injury report for Thursday's game against the Bucks, with small forward Rudy Gay being listed as probable with right Achilles tendinitis. Gay is averaging a career-best 21.2 points along with 6.3 rebounds and 4.6 assists in 23 games.
Center DeMarcus Cousins is questionable to play against the Bucks. He has been sidelined since Nov. 26 while dealing with viral meningitis.
Power forward Reggie Evans is listed as questionable to play with a left knee/hip contusion. Small forward Omri Casspi is dealing with a knee injury and is doubtful to play Thursday.
Kings forward Reggie Evans put up a huge 17-point, 20-rebound effort Sunday against the Grizzlies, which might put him on Fantasy owners' radars as they scour the waiver wires.
It's no secret that Evans can put up big numbers when he gets the chance. He is averaging 7.2 rebounds per game for his career, in just 19.4 minutes. He can be a double-double machine, but he also just doesn't have a clear role on this team. Unless Cousins or Jason Thompson gets hurt, there is no reason to pick up Evans in any format.
Kings power forward Reggie Evans scored a season-high 17 points on 7 of 10 shooting while piling up 20 rebounds in his team's 97-85 loss to the Grizzlies Sunday.
It's the first time since the 2012-13 season that Evans has managed to rack up 20 rebounds in a single game. He received the opportunity to play a prominent role with DeMarcus Cousins (illness) inactive. Evans also picked up one assist, one block and one steal in a season-high 35 minutes of action. The Kings will move on to play the Raptors Tuesday.
Kings forward Reggie Evans played 23 minutes off the bench Wednesday against the Trail Blazers, in his return from a back injury that cost him the team's previous game.
Evans scored four points on 2 of 4 shooting, while adding nine rebounds. He also filled up the box score unusually well, dishing out three assists and snagging two steals, though he also turned the ball over four times in a 100-99 loss.
Evans remains little more than a rebounding specialist, averaging 3.8 points and 6.0 rebounds in 53 games.
Kings forwards Rudy Gay (back) and Reggie Evans (back) are both "very likely to play" Wednesday against the Trail Blazers, according to CowbellKingdom.com. Both Gay and Evans missed Tuesday's game as a result of their injuries, though neither was considered particularly serious, so it isn't a surprise to see them miss just the first half of the team's back-to-back set.
With Isaiah Thomas already out with a quad injury, the Kings could be without two other rotation players Tuesday against the Thunder.
Coach Mike Malone ruled forward Reggie Evans out before gametime with a back injury, and told The Oklahoman that Rudy Gay is also unlikely to play as a result of a back injury. Gay is still a game-time decision as a result of the injury.
Kings forward Reggie Evans moved into the starting lineup Tuesday against the Pistons, though he was still just a role player in a 99-89 loss.
Evans played just 22 minutes off the bench, and put up a pretty representative statline. He scored six points on 3 of 6 shooting and added eight rebounds and three steals while turning the ball over twice in the loss.
Evans has struggled to find a consistent role this season, but has been playing well recently. He is averaging 8.0 points and 9.0 rebounds per game in 24.4 minutes over his last five.