Ty Lawson PG DEN 10 Days

Lawson (ankle) was shown in a vine on the Denver Nuggets' Twitter page working out at the training facility.

Lawson suffered the ankle sprain at the end of last year and missed the final six games of the season. He reportedly still couldn't run on it back in June, so seeing him back in the gym and getting some shots up is good news for his training camp availability. With the time he's had off, his ankle should be nearing a full recovery, as it was just a sprain and nothing more. Look for Lawson to be a full go come training camp barring any setbacks.

Ty Lawson PG DEN 3 Months

Ty Lawson (ankle) still can't run, but is able to go to the gym, lift weights, and get treatment in the meantime.

A week after saying that he still can't run, Lawson did provide an update on his sprained left ankle, "I'm still trying to get over this ankle injury. Every day I've been going to the gym, lifting weights and getting treatment done. I've been doing that for the last month, month and a half." The 26-year-old missed 20 games during the 2013-14 season, but was still able to average solid numbers of 17.6 points, 1.2 3-pointers, 3.5 rebounds, 8.8 assists, and 1.6 steals so he should set himself up to be one of the better fantasy point guards in 2014-15 if he can stay on the court.

Ty Lawson PG DEN 4 Months

Ty Lawson (ankle) said recently that he "still can't run" and will be out another 3-4 weeks, but he will not require surgery.

Lawson missed the Nuggets' final 10 games due to a sprained left ankle which originally wasn't considered serious. "I didn't think it was that bad, either, until seven weeks after it happened and I still couldn't run," Lawson said. "So I was like, 'I need to get this checked out.'" The good news is that X-rays and MRIs have ruled out any structural damage and Lawson should be ready to go by mid-July.

Ty Lawson PG DEN 4 Months

Ty Lawson left for Valencia, Spain on Wednesday for the NBA 3X.

The NBA 3X is a competitive 3-on-3 tournament and Kenneth Faried will also travel to Leon, Spain for the season reason. Lawson's ankle injury seems to be behind him after missing the final six games of the season. He missed 20 total games last season, which was the most in his five-year career. He'll be a top-10 point guard to draft next season.

Ty Lawson PG DEN 5 Months

Ty Lawson will not play against the Warriors on Wednesday due to a sprained ankle.

He missed the last six games of the season after an injury on Apr. 4. Lawson is one of the fastest players in the NBA, but he does have his share of injuries. If not for his durability concerns, he'd be a top-15 pick in fantasy leagues. Aaron Brooks gets another start tonight.

Ty Lawson PG DEN 5 Months

Ty Lawson (ankle) will not play against the Clippers on Tuesday night.

He didn't even travel and that makes him almost a lock to be out for the season. Aaron Brooks has seen tremendous opportunity in the starting lineup and has been filling up the stat sheet, but he hasn't shot the ball well. In all likelihood, Lawson's season will finish with averages of 17.6 points, 3.5 boards, 8.8 assists, 1.6 steals and 1.2 triples. He'll still be a high pick in fantasy drafts next year despite some injury woes in the second half.

Ty Lawson PG DEN 5 Months

Ty Lawson (ankle) will not play vs. the Warriors on Thursday.

He is basically out for the season and the Nuggets have not updated him at all through the course of the day. Aaron Brooks is as must-start as it gets.

Ty Lawson PG DEN 5 Months

Ty Lawson (ankle) will not play vs. the Rockets on Wednesday.

Nuggets coach Brian Shaw is "fairly confident" that Lawson will return this season, but with four games remaining after Wednesday it will soon be a moot point. Aaron Brooks blew up vs. the Rockets on Sunday and he's a must-start player with Lawson out.

Ty Lawson PG DEN 5 Months

Ty Lawson (ankle) is expected to miss his second consecutive game on Wednesday.

"He's doing better but still not well enough ... I don't think he's close to getting back on the court," said coach Brian Shaw, who previously stated that it's "really not a big deal" if Lawson rests for the remaining five games of the Nuggets' season. This leaves Aaron Brooks with a clear path to value down the stretch, and the red-hot PG belongs in active fantasy lineups until further notice.

Ty Lawson PG DEN 5 Months

Nuggets coach Brian Shaw said recently that it's "really not a big deal" if Ty Lawson (sprained left ankle) doesn't play again this season.

Lawson is officially day-to-day but Shaw's quotes are rather bleak. "If he can come back and he feels strong enough to come back and it's not going to do any further damage, then I want him to come back," he said. "But if he can't, it's really not a big deal. I think the most important thing is his health going forward." It's a reasonable stance with five games left on the schedule, and owners should consider Lawson doubtful until a more positive update surfaces. Aaron Brooks will look to continue his terrific run as a starter vs. Houston on Wednesday.