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At The Hive Feb 27, 2015

Bismack Biyombo likely to return vs Orlando Magic

The Hornets key backup rim protector is very close to a return. The Charlotte Hornets have been battling injuries throughout the season to many key players, but they might finally be returning close to full health. According to Rick Bonnell of the Charlote Observer, Bismack Biyombo practiced today in Boston, and a return in Sunday's game against the Orlando Magic is possible. "And now he's getting ready to return after a 10-game absence. Biyombo particippated in practice Thursday at TD Garden. There's a small chance he'll be cleared to play Friday against the Boston Celtics, but more...

Bismack Biyombo's bruised knee

Backup center Bismack Biyombo sustained a bone bruise to his right knee on Jan. 24 and Sunday he had an MRI to give the team an update on the healing ...
At The Hive Feb 8, 2015

Quickcap: Hornets have defensive miscues late, fall to Pacers 103-102

Without Kemba Walker, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, or Bismack Biyombo, the Hornets struggled down the stretch defensively against a scrappy Pacers squad, eventually falling on a late George Hill game-winner. Sometimes in the NBA, it just comes down to who has the best injury luck. The Hornets only started one player – Al Jefferson – that was in their original starting five at the beginning of the season. Tonight, he was joined by Brian Roberts, Gerald Henderson, Jeff Taylor, and Cody Zeller in the starting lineup. And it worked, at least for a while. The Hornets looked better on offense than...
Rotoworld Feb 8, 2015

Bismack Biyombo (knee) out at least 2-weeks - Bismack Biyombo (F/C) Charlotte Hornets

An MRI taken on Bismack Biyombo's right knee confirmed that he is still dealing with a bone bruise, and he'll remain sidelined for at least two more weeks.

When Bismack Biyombo might return

Backup center Bismack Biyombo sustained a bone bruise to his right knee on Jan. 24. It's bad enough that he's been sidelined the last four games and h...

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