DALLASJason Kidd, coach, stated Sunday that The status of's status for Monday’s Game 2 remains to be determined. This is despite the fact that the superstar did light shoot for the second consecutive morning, which was a sign that he has made progress in his recovery from a left calf strain.
Kidd said that yesterday was a good day and that today he is back on the court. This is a plus for Kidd's team, which suffered a loss of 99 to 93.In Saturday's Game 1 with Doncic. “We'll see what he feels tomorrow.”
Doncic, who was injured during the April 10 regular-season finale suffered the injury and has not practiced since.
Doncic has been jogging and riding on the treadmill since the last few days. He was able to shoot light on Saturday.
Doncic spent Sunday working in the weightroom before moving onto the floor to do light shooting. Doncic began with standing still and then added some off-dribble work.
After the media access period ended, Slovenian music continued playing over the speaker system. It was a sign Doncic's exercise continued.
Dallas is now 8-10 this season without Doncic, including the Game 1 loss at the Jazz.
Kidd stated, “If he cannot play, we must go forward.” “We already demonstrated that in Game 1. We have to make it happen in Game 2. This is how sports can sometimes be.
“Injuries can happen at the worst times. Luka's injury occurred at the wrong time. But we won't be crying over spilled milk. We are all professionals and understand the situation. We feel better if he's able to go. We hope he will soon be able to get on the floor.