OKC Thunder: Dennis Schroder questionable for Clippers game
Thunder point guard Dennis Schroder returned to the bubble Monday night and is currently in mandatory self isolation.
Billy Donovan said Wednesday night that he didn't know if Schroder will be available Friday for the Thunder's final seeding game.
"Any time a player comes back into the bubble, those are gonna be things that are gonna be left to the league and their discretion in terms of the things that Dennis will have to go through to get out of quarantine and get back to playing," Donovan said.
Schroder left the bubble for the birth of his daughter. Players who leave the Disney campus for excused absences, like Schroder's, are expected to quarantine for four days upon returning as long as they tested negative for COVID-19 each day they were away.
Schroder hasn't played since the Thunder's restart opener Aug. 1 against the Jazz.
The Sixth Man of the Year finalist is averaging 18.9 points per game while shooting a career-high 46.9% from the field.
The Thunder and Clippers will tip-off at 5:30 p.m. Friday.