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Marco Belinelli (foot) is listed as probable for Wednesday's game against the Denver Nuggets.
Belinelli saw 15 minutes in the Spurs bubble opener against the Kings but left the game due to a sprain in his left foot. The injury cost Belinelli two games, but he looks to be ready to play. Belinelli is not a target for DFS players, and his return to the rotation could be a blow to Lonnie Walker's value going forward.
Marco Belinelli (foot) has been ruled out of tonight's contest against Philadelphia due to a left foot sprain he suffered on Friday night.
Belinelli was playing well before going down with a left foot sprain, and he'll need some additional rest before re-joining the Spurs lineup. In the meantime, expect Lonnie Walker and Keldon Johnson to step up in his absence.
The Spurs announced the Marco Belinelli (ankle) has been ruled out of Sunday's contest against the Memphis Grizzlies.
Belinelli sprained his ankle in his bubble debut and will not suit up for the Spurs on Sunday. With Bryn Forbes also out, look for guards Dejounte Murray and Lonnie Walker to get more minutes and potentially provide good value for DFS players interested in their services against the Grizzlies. Belinelli should now be considered day-to-day with his ankle injury.
G/F Marco Belinelli exited Friday night's contest against the Sacramento Kings after rolling his ankle and will not return.
No news on the severity of Belinelli's injury but he headed to the locker room and will not return.
Marco Belinelli enters free agency this summer and wants to sign with an NBA team. “The priority is to stay on an NBA team to try and win another title. But I don’t rule out other options”, said Belinelli.
“My feeling is that the season is over. It is very bad, but without a vaccine, I see it hard to get back to action safely." Belinelli will weigh out his options once he enters free agency this summer. The 34-year-old is averaging 5.8 points, 1.7 rebounds, 1.2 assists and 1.1 triples across 52 games for the Spurs this season.