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According to Jason Anderson, Sacramento Kings Owner Vivek Ranadive and GM Monte McNair have been seen scouting three top draft prospects including Purdue shooting guard Jaden Ivey, Arizona forward Bennedict Mathurin, and Duke small forward AJ Griffin.
In the recent days, the Kings have continued to conduct pre-draft workouts and scouting on several of the NBA Drafts top-level prospects including Purdue shooting guard Jaden Ivey, Arizona forward Bennedict Mathurin, and Duke small forward AJ Griffin. Both Ivey and Griffin are projected top-10 selections in the draft while Mathurin has continued to be a trendy name to watch for as a now potential lottery selection. The Kings hold the No. 4 pick in the draft and have continued to express interest in adding a guard to play alongside De'Aaron Fox.
According to Jason Anderson, De'Aaron Fox (hand) has not been ruled out for the last two games of the season.
Fox, who has been missing from the team since the middle of March, has not been ruled out for the upcoming road trip. The Kings have two remaining games against the Clippers and Suns to close out the season on Friday. If the veteran remains out, Trey Lyles, Donte DiVincenzo, and Davion Mitchell should continue to see extended minutes.
De’Aaron Fox (hand) will miss Friday's game against the Houston Rockets.
Friday will mark the seventh-straight game that Fox has missed because of his hand injury, and it's unclear if the team will try to bring him back at all this season. Davion Mitchell will likely continue to start in the star guard's absence.
Kings G De’Aaron Fox is officially out for Wednesday’s game in Houston according The Sacramento Bee’s Jason Anderson.
Fox will miss his sixth straight game Wednesday as he continues to deal with soreness in his right hand. Davion Mitchell will continue start and see an increased role as long as Fox continues to be out.
According to the NBA Injury Report, De'Aaron Fox (hand) has been ruled out Monday vs. the Heat.
Fox is dealing with right-hand soreness that will keep him sidelined for a fifth-straight game, and it is unclear when he will be well enough to return to the lineup. Until then, fantasy managers can continue to look for Davion Mitchell to have a starting spot in the Kings' rotation. The rookie guard has seen 37 or more minutes if consecutive appearances.