De’Aaron Fox complete practice session with the Kings’ team following an ankle sprain, engaging in some shooting drills.
Additionally, Trey Lyles, who has been awaiting his season debut due to a calf strain, also had a shooting session, as reported by Sean Cunningham of Fox 40 Sacramento.
Fox, sidelined for five consecutive games due to a right ankle sprain, displayed promising signs by participating in a 5-on-5 scrimmage on Sunday, suggesting a possible return to gameplay in the near future.
Sacramento Kings’ De’Aaron Fox wraps up his first full practice since spraining his ankle; nearing a return 🔥
— NBArepublic.com (@nba_republic) November 12, 2023
The availability of the star point guard for the upcoming game against the Cavaliers on Monday will be clarified when Sacramento releases its official injury report Sunday night.
As for Trey Lyles, who missed Friday’s game against the Thunder due to a calf injury, he has now been absent for eight consecutive games and has yet to make his season debut.
It remains uncertain whether he will be prepared to play in Monday’s game against the Cavaliers.