Bembry (wrist) is probable to play Monday against the Spurs, Michael Cunningham of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Bembry was available for Saturday's game but only played for one minute. He's appeared in just two games this season because he fractured his wrist in late October. If he's unable to play Monday, Nicolas Brussino or Malcolm Delaney could see a slight increase in playing time.
Bembry (wrist) is available for Saturday's game against the Celtics, Michael Cunningham of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Bembry will be available, but there's no guarantee he'll play. Coach Mike Budenholzer said that if Bembry does take the floor, it will be in "short bursts" and his total minutes will be "based on feel." Until we know more about his potential role, he makes for a risky fantasy option.
Bembry (wrist) has been upgraded to probable for Saturday's game against the Celtics, Michael Cunningham of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Bembry has yet to play since the season opener while working his way back from a wrist fracture. More word on his availability should come after Saturday morning's shootaround. But, assuming he plays, he'll likely cut into the minutes of Luke Babbitt.
Bembry (wrist) has progressed to dribbling and taking mid-range jumpers. Michael Cunningham of the Atlanta-Journal Constitution reports. Bembry was seen taking layups at Wednesday's practice, so he's continuing to make progress. He also notes his next step is to start taking threes. While there's still uncertainty about his return date, there seems to be a solid chance he'll see rotational minutes once he's back, considering the lack of overall talent on Atlanta's roster. In his one appearance this season, he played 18 minutes.
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