Clarke (hip) is probable for Wednesday's game against Phoenix.
Clarke has missed the last four games due to a left hip issue, but the team expects him to return for Wednesday's matchup. Assuming all goes well in morning shootaround, he should be available off the bench.
Coach Taylor Jenkins said he hopes to have Clarke (hip) back within the next week, Omari Sankofa II of The Athletic reports.
Clarke is on track to miss a fourth straight game Monday due to oblique soreness, though he's trending in the right direction after participating in the team's pregame shootaround. The rookie big man should be tentatively considered questionable for Wednesday's matchup against the Suns, with a back-to-back set against Milwaukee and Washington on the schedule for Friday/Saturday after that contest.
Clarke (hip) has been ruled out of Monday's game against the Warriors.
Clarke has already missed three games with soreness in his oblique, and he remains out indefinitely after the team deemed him "week-to-week". It's unclear if the rookie will travel with the team for Wednesday's game in Phoenix. After that contest, the Grizzlies return home for a Friday/Saturday back-to-back against Milwaukee and Washington.
Clarke is considered week-to-week with a sore left oblique and has been ruled out for Wednesday's game at Chicago.
The 23-year-old will miss his second straight contest after aggravating the hip injury during Sunday's win over the Timberwolves, and he's also likely to be out for Saturday's game versus the Jazz. Solomon Hill and Bruno Caboclo should see increased run while Clarke remains sidelined.
Clarke (hip) has been ruled out for Monday's game against Indiana.
Clarke will be held out Monday after aggravating a preexisting hip issue in Sunday's game against Minnesota. Look for the team to exercise caution with their rookie, who's been battling hip soreness for the past week. In his absence, Solomon Hill and Bruno Caboclo are in line to receive additional minutes.