Tim Hardaway Jr.
G - DAL - OUT
According to Brad Townsend, Mavericks G Tim Hardaway Jr. is meeting with doctors to discuss his injured foot. If the meeting goes well, he will progress to additional non-contact activities starting tomorrow.
Hardaway, who has missed the past four months due to having foot surgery, meet with doctors on Tuesday to discuss the foot injury he had surgery on in January. According to reports, the veteran could progress into non-contact footwork this week if the meeting goes well. He has yet to suit up in the playoffs this season and likely won't as the Mavericks trail the Warriors 3-1 in the Western Conference Finals.
According to the Mavericks PR department, Tim Hardaway Jr. (left foot surgery) will miss Game 4 against the Suns.
Hardaway will continue his playoff absence by missing Sunday's Game 4 of the Western Conference semi-finals with the Suns. The veteran has continued to deal with a foot injury that he had surgery on in January and has continued to have not word on his potential return to play.
Mavericks coach Jason Kidd told reporters after practice on Tuesday that a playoff return for injured guard Tim Hardaway Jr. is unlikely.
This comes as no huge surprise. He was already done for the regular season at the very least, so he can be dropped in season-long leagues if he wasn't already.
Tim Hardaway Jr. (foot surgery) will not play in Thursday night's game against the Clippers.
This doesn't come as a surprise due to the recency of Hardaway Jr.'s procedure and the currently unknown timetable for his return. In the meantime, Reggie Bullock should expect a continued uptick in minutes.
Mavericks guard Tim Hardaway Jr. (foot surgery) is out Sunday when the Mavericks take on the Hawks.
Hardaway Jr. will miss his sixth straight game on Sunday after undergoing foot surgery. Guard Jalen Brunson will continue to capitalize on Hardaway Jr’s absence.