Warriors rookie Jonathan Kuminga nearing his return

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Anthony Slater: Update from the Warriors: Jonathan Kuminga has been cleared for full activity/practice. He will still miss the next three games (strained patella), but is nearing a return.
Source: Twitter @anthonyVslater

What’s the buzz on Twitter?

Kerith Burke @KerithBurke
Per the Warriors, rookie Jonathan Kuminga is making good progress and has been cleared to participate in full team practices. He will not play in the team’s next three games and will be re-evaluated again next Friday. – 7:39 PM

Nick Friedell @NickFriedell
Warriors say Jonathan Kuminga (strained right patellar tendon) has been cleared for full practices again. He will remain out for at least another week and will be re-evaluated on Friday. – 7:30 PM

Connor Letourneau @Con_Chron
Jonathan Kuminga has been cleared for full workouts, per Warriors. He will miss the next three games, but will be re-evaluated next Friday. – 7:19 PM

Anthony Slater @anthonyVslater
Update from the Warriors: Jonathan Kuminga has been cleared for full activity/practice. He will still miss the next three games (strained patella), but is nearing a return. – 7:17 PM

Marc J. Spears @MarcJSpears
Warriors say rookie Jonathan Kuminga, who suffered a strained right patellar tendon on Oct. 6, is making good progress and has been cleared to participate in full team practices. He will not play in the team’s next three games and will be re-evaluated again next Friday. – 7:17 PM

Bryan Kalbrosky @BryanKalbrosky
Joel Ntambwe, brother of Golden State Warriors rookie Jonathan Kuminga, was officially selected by the Sioux Falls Sky Force (which is the affiliate organization of the Miami Heat) in the NBA’s G League Draft. – 2:09 PM

More on this storyline

Nick Friedell: Kerr said Poole and Wiggins came through last night fine injury-wise. Kuminga starting to do a little more in rehab as well. His return appears closer. -via Twitter @NickFriedell / October 20, 2021

Golden State Warriors rookie Jonathan Kuminga will miss one additional week due to a patellar tendon strain in his right knee, the team announced on Friday. Kuminga suffered the injury on Oct. 6 in the fourth quarter against the Denver Nuggets. The exact play when it occurred is not known but he left the game under his own power and would not return. He missed the Warriors’ final three games of the preseason. -via The Rookie Wire / October 16, 2021

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