LaMelo Ball is working to improve the mobility in his right wrist before he's cleared to return.
“I’ve pretty much already started,” Ball said of exercises to counter having his wrist and hand immobilized in a cast for four weeks. “This morning, I had treatment — trying to bend it down, bend it up, all that type of stuff.” Because Ball was dealing with a wrist injury, he was able to keep his conditioning up to a certain extent, so he could be ready to hit the ground running once he's cleared. There's "optimism" that he might be able to get back to the court in 6-9 days, so whether or not you should grab him would depend on where you're at in your fantasy postseason. Apr 20 4:10 pm (EST)
- LaMelo Ball (right wrist) had his cast removed on Monday and he's been cleared to resume individual basketball activity.
- LaMelo Ball underwent surgery on his fractured right wrist on Tuesday and he'll be re-evaluated in four weeks.
- Updating a previous report, the Hornets confirmed that LaMelo Ball is dealing with a fractured bone in his right wrist and he'll be "out indefinitely." All LaMelo Ball News
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