No matter how far the team goes in the playoffs, Golden State Warriors fans should not expect to see James Wiseman on the court. The Golden State Warriors are looking to make a run to the NBA Finals for the first time since 2019. They certainly have a good shot at it, as they hold a 2-1 series lead over the Memphis Grizzlies entering Game 4 on Monday, May 9. For those Warriors fans wondering if James Wiseman could return the further they make a run in the NBA playoffs.
Golden State Warriors Center and former second overall pick in the 2020 NBA Draft, James Wiseman, recently explained his mindset while rehabbing from a meniscus tear that has kept him out all year:. “I just stay strong, of course, like I have some hard times — just me being a...
Warriors center James Wiseman is staying upbeat and trying to soak up knowledge despite his entire second NBA season being wiped out due to a knee injury.
SAN FRANCISCO — James Wiseman didn't feel like a stranger at FedExForum for the NBA playoffs. Yet it didn't fully feel like home sitting on the Golden State Warriors bench. Wiseman has only played in 39 games since being drafted in 2020 and none since April 10, 2021 due to a meniscus tear in his right knee. He's...
Wiseman (knee) said Monday that's he progressing well and playing in Summer League remains a possibility, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports. Wiseman appeared on the verge of returning to NBA action when he played in three G League games during March, but he suffered a setback and was ultimately shut down for the rest of the 2021-22 campaign. The 2020 No. 2 overall pick said he's taking things "one day at a time" and feels like he's getting better, but "it all depends on the [Warriors'] training staff." The talented big man has played in only 39 games over his first two seasons in the league, but he's still only 21 years old and could have a bright future ahead of him if he's able to overcome his knee issues.
Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr shot down the idea of center James Wiseman returning at some point during the playoffs. According to ESPN's Marc J. Spears, Kerr said Friday that the Warriors aren't considering bringing Wiseman back during the postseason no matter how deep of a run they make.
Golden State Warriors rumors are on tap for Warriors Today by Chat Sports. Nuggets vs. Warriors in the NBA playoffs resumes on Wednesday night and they’ll be led in part by Klay Thompson, who’s been on fire the last 7 games. Utah Jazz rumors are starting pick up pace, especially around some potential Rudy Gobert trade rumors. According to some NBA rumors reports, the Warriors could be interested in pursuing a Rudy Gobert trade this offseason to give the Warriors roster an elite 5-man lineup with Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, Jordan Poole, Draymond Green and Rudy Gobert.
The most exciting team in basketball is back in business. Yes, we are talking about the Golden State Warriors as they pose a major threat in the 2022 NBA playoffs. After two injury-riddled seasons, Golden State is back near the top of the league contending for a championship. The Warriors finished third in the Western Conference this season with Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson back on the floor. Draymond Green continues to be one of the best defenders in the league and arguably the most important player on the roster.
We’re getting to some Golden State Warriors rumors on today’s show. Even though the NBA playoffs are nearing close, we’re touching on some Warriors trade rumors and taking a look at three players who the Warriors could trade James Wiseman for including Jonas Valanciunas, Christian Wood and Myles Turner. The latest James Wiseman injury news has him out for the remainder of the season and alongside Steph Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green, the Warriors, led by Bob Myers and Steve Kerr are currently in win-now mode, trying to chase another NBA Finals appearance and championship.
View the original article to see embedded media. The hits just keep on coming for the Golden State Warriors. The Warriors were hoping to finally get a full squad before the playoffs ended, but reality, unfortunately, had different plans. The first hit was Steph Curry unexpectedly getting hurt for an extended period of time against the Boston Celtics. Now, it seems like James Wiseman is reportedly temporarily shutdown with a setback.
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View the original article to see embedded media. It was reported by The Athletic's Anthony Slater on Saturday afternoon that Golden State Warriors big man James Wiseman had faced another setback in his injury rehab. It's been a rough start to Wiseman's career, as the big man has played just 39 career games after going 2nd-overall in the 2020 draft. This recent update is another setback in the hopes that Wiseman could return as a contributor this season.
It sounds like we'll have to wait until next season to see the return of the 2020 second overall pick in James Wiseman, as the Golden State Warriors announced on Friday afternoon that the big man is will not play this season. Wiseman has been rehabbing from a torn meniscus he suffered in April of last season, and he will continue in that process in the Bay Area.
Unfortunately, the 2021-22 season will be one to forget for Golden State Warriors center James Wiseman. On Friday afternoon, ESPN insider Adrian Wojnarowski announced that Wiseman has been ruled out for the rest of the season. Wiseman, the No. 2 overall pick in the 2020 NBA Draft, recently suffered a...
Golden State Warriors center James Wiseman has been ruled out for the rest of the season and will continue rehabilitating his right knee, the team said Friday. Wiseman has been recovering from a meniscus repair that he had in April 2021, and recent swelling in his right knee precluded him from continuing on a path to return this season. There are no plans for another surgery, the team said.
Warriors center James Wiseman will miss the remainder of the season as he continues to rehab his right knee, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Wiseman, the No. 2 overall pick of the 2020 draft, will end up missing the entire season, including the playoffs, as he has yet to play a game at the NBA level in 2021-22.