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Doug McDermott (ankle) is unavailable to play in Thursday's game against the Portland Trail Blazers.
McDermott is managing an ankle injury that will leave him sidelined on Thursday. It's unclear when the team expects him to be back, and his next chance to play will be on Saturday against Minnesota. Keita Bates-Diop will be in line for more work while the veteran is out against Portland.
Spurs forward Doug McDermott was on fire Sunday, helping San Antonio pull off the 142-134 upset of the Kings. He scored 30 points during 28 minutes in the win.
McDermott sank four of eight triples, went 8-for-9 at the free throw line, and even added a couple rebounds and an assist. Dougie McBuckets is prone to games like this from time to time. With only a couple games remaining this season, it's unlikely he duplicates this again.
Doug McDermott (elbow) is available to play in Sunday's game against the Sacramento Kings.
McDermott has been out for two-straight games thanks to an elbow injury, but it isn't a serious issue and he will be available to play through it on Sunday. He's not expected to be limited and can be started as a flex option for fantasy purposes against Sacramento.
Doug McDermott (elbow) is probable to play in Sunday's game against the Sacramento Kings.
McDermott has been out for two-straight games because of an elbow injury, but he seems to have gotten better and will carry a questionable tag for Sunday's game. He likely won't be limited and projects to get more work if Keita Bates-Diop (ankle) is ruled out ahead of game time.
Doug McDermott (elbow) is considered questionable to play in Friday's game against the Golden State Warriors.
McDermott is a recent addition to San Antonio's injury report, being listed with an elbow injury that forced him to miss the team's last game. He may also miss their game on Friday, and in that case, Keita Bates-Diop will be primed to get more work in his absence against the Warriors.