Portland Trail Blazers Head Coach Chauncey Billups said forward Jerami Grant will not be making the trip for the Blazers’ game against the Los Angeles Clippers on Monday due to being in concussion protocol, according to Sean Highkin of the Rose Garden Report.
Chauncey Billups says Jerami Grant is still in the concussion protocol and won’t be making the trip to LA for tomorrow to play the Clippers. Malcolm Brogdon and Deandre Ayton are both still day-to-day.— Sean Highkin (@highkin) December 10, 2023
However, Deandre Ayton and Malcolm Brogdon are both listed as “questionable” for the matchup, the team announced. Ayton, who has been out for two games with knee soreness, last played on Dec. 2 against the Utah Jazz. Brogdon, who has missed one game also due to knee soreness, last played on Dec. 6 against the Golden State Warriors.
INJURY REPORT 12/11 @ LAC:— Trail Blazers PR (@TrailBlazersPR) December 11, 2023
Grant (Concussion Protocol)
Wainright (L Knee MCL Sprain)
Williams III (R Knee Ligament Tear)
Ayton (R Knee Soreness)
Badji (G League Two-Way)
Brogdon (R Knee Soreness)
Minaya (G League Two-Way)
Joining Grant as out for the matchup are forward Ish Wainright and Center Robert Williams III. Justin Minaya and Ibou Badji are also questionable to play due to their G League assignment.
Grant, who has averaged 22.1 points and 3.8 rebounds so far this season, will have his next opportunity to suit up on Thursday, Dec. 14 when the Blazers take on the Utah Jazz at home.