LeBron James supports Klay Thompson, who is injured

Lakers forward LeBron James has reacted to news of Achilles injury to Warriors defender Clay Thompson.

“I pray that Klay is doing well. Let there be nothing serious, ”wrote James.

Thompson was also supported by teammate Draymond Green.

Clay has a suspicion of severe damage to his Achilles.

Adrian Wojnarowski: The Warriors remain optimistic about Thompson’s injury

ESPN insider Adrian Wojnarowski has commented on the Achilles injury for Golden State defender Clay Thompson.

There are concerns that Thompson’s injury will be serious.

“There are concerns about the severity of the injury, but the Warriors don’t know the answer yet. The severity is unknown and hope remains. The results will be on Thursday. The club remains somewhat optimistic that Thompson will not have to miss the entire next season. Nobody knows for sure yet, ”said Wojnarovski. Thompson was injured Wednesday during a two-way game in Los Angeles.

Clay Thompson injured during a two-way game in Los Angeles

Golden State defender Clay Thompson sustained a serious injury to his right leg. The player has a suspicion of an Achilles tendon injury. It became known that Thompson was injured during a two-way game in a hall in downtown Los Angeles. The match was attended by current and former NBA players. Thompson left the room with assistance. The MRI examination will take place on Thursday.

Aaron Baines likely won’t stay at Phoenix

Center Aaron Baines is likely to leave the Phoenix in the 2020 offseason.

According to insider Kevin O’Connor, NBA managers are confident that Baynes, who enters the free agency market, will continue his career at another club.

There is a possibility that the 31-year-old “big” will end up in New Orleans.

In the 2019/20 season, Baines averaged 11.5 points and 5.6 rebounds per game.

Bogdan Bogdanovich refuses to transfer to “Bucks”

Defender Bogdan Bogdanovich does not agree to an exchange at Milwaukee. As reported by The Athletic, the player did not give his consent to sign and trade from Sacramento.

Earlier this week, the Kings and Milwaukee agreed that Bogdanovic would play for the Bucks and Sacramento would get Donte Divincenzo, Ersan Williasova and Dee Jay Wilson. Now trade is under threat, but Milwaukee can still convince the Serb to change his mind.

On Sunday, Bogdanovich will receive the status of a limited free agent.

Last season, Bogdanovich averaged 15.1 points, 3.4 rebounds and 3.4 assists with 37.2% hits from a distance.

Bogdanovich has never played in the NBA playoffs.