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Jon Leuer announced Sunday via his personal Instagram account that he has retired from professional basketball.

Frank Kaminsky (kneecap) is fully healed and will be able to play once the NBA season resumes, Gina Mizell of The Athletic reports.

Kenrich Williams has been undergoing treatment for his back at the otherwise closed Pelicans practice facility, Christian Clark of NOLA.com reports. He will be able to practice when the NBA resumes.

Kevon Looney underwent surgery Wednesday to repair a core muscle injury.

Georges Niang is expected to receive a boost in playing time when the season resumes with Bojan Bogdanovic set to undergo season-ending wrist surgery, Tony Jones of The Athletic reports.

Joe Ingles is expected to slot in as the Jazz's starting small forward when the NBA season resumes with Bojan Bogdanovic set to undergo season-ending wrist surgery, Tony Jones of The Athletic reports.

Bojan Bogdanovic is scheduled to undergo season-ending surgery on his right wrist in the near future Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.

Bruce Brown underwent surgery in late April to repair a ligament in his right thumb but notes that he'd be ready to play if the NBA season resumes, Keith Langlois of the Pistons' official site reports.

Rodney Hood (Achilles) has progressed to performing explosive workouts, Jamie Hudson of NBC Sports Northwest reports.

Kevin Durant's manager and business partner Rich Kleiman said last week in an appearance on SiriusXM Radio that he doesn't anticipate the 10-time All-Star debuting for the Nets if the 2019-20 season resumes in July, Ian Begley of SNY.tv reports. "From my standpoint, no, I think it's unrealistic," Kleiman said, when asked about Durant's potential return. "That's just my view on it. Again, we haven't gone deep into conversation about it because of how unrealistic it all seems to me. And it's also hard to even discuss [the matter of Durant returning] in a real serious manner without any information on the season. [There is] such uncertainty day to day – as we all [feel], outside of just the NBA – that the whole thing just feels too unrealistic from my standpoint."

Blake Griffin said Monday in an interview with Sage Steele for ESPN's "The Encore" web show that he's made a full recovery from the arthroscopic left knee surgery he underwent Jan. 7. "I feel great," Griffin said. "I've basically been cleared for a while now, I just have been stuck in my house. So, I'm ready to go whenever things pick back up. I'm just working out and trying to stay ready and stay sane."

Dylan Windler (lower leg) estimated Friday that he's "probably 70 or 80 percent of the way there" with regards to his recovery from the season-ending surgery he required in January, Steve Layman of NewsChannel 5 Nashville reports.

Isaac Okoro announced Saturday he will remain in the 2020 NBA Draft pool and forgo his remaining eligibility at Auburn, Jason Jordan of Sports Illustrated reports.

When asked in a recent interview about Kevin Durant potentially returning if the 2019-20 NBA season resumes later in the year, Nets GM Sean Marks said, "That's a $110 [million] question. In all seriousness, we've tried not to talk about his timeline a lot."

Timberwolves president of basketball operations Gersson Rosas indicated that the team hopes to sign Malik Beasley to a long-term contract, Dane Moore of Zone Coverage Minnesota reports.

Rayshaun Hammonds has declared for the 2020 NBA Draft and will not return to college, Jeff Goodman of Stadium reports.

Bay will remain in the 2020 NBA Draft, Jeff Goodman of Stadium reports.

Justise Winslow (back) noted that he is "pain-free and symptom-free" and plans to "get right back into the swing of things" when the season resumes, Michael Wallace of Grind City Media reports.

Nickeil Alexander-Walker told Daniel Sallerson of the Pelicans Radio Network in a podcast appearance Wednesday that he's no longer sporting a hard cast to protect his fractured right wrist.

Meyers Leonard (ankle) indicated last week in an Instagram interview that he'll be ready to play if or when the NBA season resumes, Shandel Richardson of SI.com reports. "I'm feeling much, much better," Leonard said. "Obviously, I had an injury there right before the season was suspended. And it was bad. I think most people were aware of that."