The Sacramento Kings have been without PG De’Aaron Fox for the past seven games due to a Grade 3 ankle sprain, but he was able to get some shots up at practice Friday. This video courtesy of Jason Anderson of the Sacramento Bee shows Fox putting in light work.
Kings point guard De’Aaron Fox getting some light work in 18 days after suffering a severely sprained ankle. pic.twitter.com/OwSlezcUvQ— Jason Anderson (@JandersonSacBee) November 29, 2019
Fox isn’t expected to return soon with the Kings set to take on the Denver Nuggets on Saturday evening. Sacramento has been starting Cory Joseph at point guard with Yogi Ferrell serving as the backup. The Kings are 3-4 without Fox in the lineup, but are 7-10 and just outside the 8th seed in the Western Conference behind the Phoenix Suns.
Marvin Bagley is also working his way back from a thumb injury and is closer to returning than Fox, per coach Luke Walton. Here’s what Walton had to say after practice Friday: