Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry said Monday that Alexander-Walker (wrist) is completely healthy and will be ready to go for the resumption of the 2019-20 season in Orlando, Christian Clark of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.
Thornwell signed with the Pelicans on Monday.
Miller (Achilles) will not play for the Pelicans when the season resumes in Orlando, Andrew Lopez of ESPN reports.
Miller (Achilles) may not be healthy enough to play in Orlando during the eight-game regular season, Will Guillory of The Athletic reports.
Williamson said Thursday that he feels like he's in good shape entering the Orlando restart, Jake Madison of Locked On Pelicans reports.
Miller's (Achilles) status is "up in the air" for the resumption of the NBA season in Orlando, Andrew Lopez of ESPN.com reports.
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.
Despite the Pelicans' practice facility being closed due to coronavirus, the NBA granted a special exception to the organization allowing Williamson to receive treatment there, Christian Clark of NOLA.com reports. Executive vice president of basketball operations David Griffin noted, "They weren't able to do any court work during that period of time, but they were able to get the [flexibility] work in needed on the table, and so that was important."
During an April 30 conference call, Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry spoke on the possibility of Williamson facing a minutes restriction if the NBA returns to play this season. "We'll have those conversations," Gentry said. "Obviously, his health will be the number one priority, but the restriction was really off after his first 5-6 games. So, he was playing the minutes that he would normally play, considering with any situation really. But, it will be something that we talk about when we do resume and as far as how it looks for Zion from a minute standpoint, and we'll do that really with some of the other players."
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.
Favors averaged 8.2 points, 9.8 rebounds and one assist in nine games since the All-Star break.
New Orleans' game at Sacramento on Wednesday was postponed, Will Guillory of The Athletic reports.
Gray was sent from the G League to the NBA on Wednesday.
Cheatham was transferred from the G League to the NBA on Wednesday.
Williams (coach's decision) didn't see the floor Sunday in the Pelicans' 120-107 win over the Timberwolves.
Ingram had 15 points (6-12 FG, 0-2 3PT, 3-5 FT), 12 rebounds and seven assists in Sunday's win over Minnesota.
Ball had 18 points (7-13 FG, 4-8 3Pt, 0-1 FT), eight assists, five rebounds and two steals in Sunday's win over Minnesota.
Williamson had 23 points (9-15 FG, 1-1 3PT, 4-6 FT) and seven rebounds in Sunday's win over Minnesota.
Holiday put up a season-high 37 points (13-20 FG, 3-8 3P, 8-9 FT), nine rebounds and eight assists in Sunday's win over Minnesota.
Alexander-Walker has been diagnosed with a hairline fracture in his right wrist and will be sidelined indefinitely, Andrew Lopez of ESPN.com reports.
Alexander-Walker is out for Sunday's game against the Wolves due to a right wrist injury.
Redick (hamstring) is not expected back until after the Pelicans' upcoming road trip, Andrew Lopez of ESPN.com reports.
Redick (hamstring) was able to take part in shooting drills during Saturday's practice session, Andrew Lopez of ESPN.com reports.
Cheatham had 23 points (8-10 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 4-4 FT), 10 rebounds, three assists and two steals over 33 minutes in Friday's G League win against Greensboro.
Williams (back) is available for Friday's game against the Heat, Andrew Lopez of ESPN.com reports.