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It Might Be Time For the LaMarcus Aldridge, Trail Blazers Reunion

The Portland Trail Blazers are looking to have a big summer, armed with picks, trade exceptions and a smidge of cap space. They’ll also likely need to fill out the roster with veteran minimum contracts as the team potentially returns close to, or over, the luxury tax. There will...
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Nets' LaMarcus Aldridge: Remains out of rotation

Aldridge (coach's decision) went unused in Sunday's 122-115 loss to the Hawks. Aldridge was cleared to play March 27 against the Hornets after missing the Nets' preceding nine games with a right hip impingement, but he still has yet to return to the Brooklyn lineup. With four straight games in which he didn't see the court in coach's decisions, Aldridge simply looks to be out of head coach Steve Nash's rotation at the moment. Andre Drummond and Nicolas Claxton look poised to finish the regular season as the Nets' primary centers.
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LaMarcus Aldridge back for Nets

Nick Friedell: Nash says LaMarcus Aldridge is available to play tonight. Steve Nash said LaMarcus Aldridge is available to play tonight. – 5:48 PM. Nets status report for tonight’s game. LaMarcus Aldridge isn’t on it and appears available to play: Dragic (left knee soreness) – PROBABLE.
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Nets' LaMarcus Aldridge: Not listed on injury report

Aldridge (hip) is not listed on the injury report ahead of Sunday's game against the Hornets. Aldridge is expected to return to action following a nine-game absence due to a hip injury. It's unclear how big of a role the veteran may have, but it's certainly encouraging to see him back in the mix.
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Nets' LaMarcus Aldridge: Expected to return next week

Nets coach Steve Nash said Saturday that Aldridge (hip) is lined up to return to game action next week, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports. Aldridge has missed each of Brooklyn's last eight contests, and he won't play in either game during the team's back-to-back set this weekend. However, indications are that he's improving and on track to return within the next week. He could realistically take the court as soon as Tuesday against Detroit.
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Nets' LaMarcus Aldridge: Out at least another week

Nets head coach Steve Nash said Sunday that Aldridge (hip) will be sidelined for at least another week as he continue his rehab, Nick Friedell of ESPN.com reports. Aldridge underwent an MRI last week, and while initial scans on his hip don't reveal any structural damage, the veteran big man is still struggling to be cleared for game action. In his absence, Andre Drummond and Nicolas Claxton are expected to handle the majority of the minutes at center.
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Injury Report: Ben Simmons, LaMarcus Aldridge, and Seth Curry Out for Nets

View the original article to see embedded media. One of the most talented teams in the NBA when healthy, the Brooklyn Nets have not had a chance to utilize their best lineup combinations this season. With Kyrie Irving's ineligibility at home, Kevin Durant's extended injury absence, and now Ben Simmons' prolonged return to play, Brooklyn is just looking to stay alive with who they have. For Tuesday's game against Orlando, they will be shorthanded again.
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Nets' LaMarcus Aldridge: Out another week

Brooklyn head coach Steve Nash said Saturday that he expects Aldridge (hip) to be sidelined for at least another week, Alex Schiffer of The Athletic reports. Aldridge underwent an MRI earlier in the week, and while initial scans on his hip didn't reveal any structural damage, the veteran big man apparently needs more time to heal up. While Aldridge is sidelined, Andre Drummond and Nicolas Claxton are expected to continue handling most of the open minutes at center.
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