93 results for month: 10/2010
News traveled fast via twitter today that Samuel Dalembert might make it back for the Kings' second game of the season in New Jersey. While this is exciting news, it also appears to be overly optimistic for a player the Kings medical staff ruled out for 4-6 weeks a little over two weeks ago. Here is Dalembert's comment in its entirety to remove some of the confusion:
"I'm excited, it's feeling much better. It's feeling much better. I don't feel as much pain as before. It's healing. I'll try to shoot sometime to do more tomorrow and then keep going."
"We are about to find out, I'm about to get on the treadmill right now. So I'm about to run on the treadmill and I'll let you guys know tomorrow. That's the real test you know, run on the treadmill and see how you feel after that. And then tomorrow, if I feel good, if nothing is really bugging me, I'll try to do more and then hopefully, I'll be out there in New Jersey."... More
- Dalembert is still out, BUT he made reference to possibly being ready to go against New Jersey the second game of the season. I'm not sure this is a reality at this point, but he is working hard everyday to get back. The adductor injury Dalembert sustained is one of those err on the side of caution type injuries. Once Dalembert thinks he's ready, I would then give him another week.
- Tyreke Evans
- Beno Udrih
- Donté Greene
- Darnell Jackson
- DeMarcus Cousins
- Earl Watson
- Raja Bell
- Andrei Kirilenko
- Paul Millsap
- Al Jefferson
I sat down on Wednesday with Sacramento Kings starting guard Beno Udrih. Strangely enough, after 16 days of training camp, 3 home pre-season games and an official media day, it was the first time that we had met. Of all the Kings, Beno has been the least visible, the least available to the media and always the first to leave the courts in the practice facility. Now, don't get me wrong, he is working hard to get ready for the season in his own way and on his own time, but to the media, he is a phantom. I wasn't sure what to expect. And certainly, I did not expect to get such an amazingly honest, articulate and intelligent player like the one I got. I must warn you, Beno answers every question to it's fullest so this is a marathon, not a sprint. Here is Beno Udrih with The Purple Panjandrum: ... More
- Samuel Dalembert- Out. The initial report was 4-6 weeks and that was almost two weeks ago. The word around camp today is that Dalembert will still be out for a while.