Ramon Sessions G SAC 7 Days

Sessions (back) scored two points (1-4 FG), four rebounds and four assists in 22 minutes off the bench.

Sessions has been sidelined since Dec. 22 with a back injury. He is averaging 17 minutes per game this seasons, so 22 minutes in his first game back is a definitely a good sign. If starting pointguard Darren Collison gets injured, Sessions is worth a look.

Ramon Sessions G SAC 9 Days

Sessions (back) is listed as probable for Wednesday's game, Cowbell Kingdom's James Ham reports.

He was in uniform Monday, but did not get in the game. Even with the probable tag, Sessions is not a lock to see court time, so owners should try to find a different option in daily leagues.

Ramon Sessions G SAC 10 Days

Sessions (back) is in uniform for Monday's game at Portland, but it's unclear if he'll play, the Sacramento Bee reports.

Coach Ty Corbin relayed that Sessions hasn't gone through a full practice since coming down with a strained lower back in late December. Sessions has missed 12 games in a row as a result, which has allowed Ray McCallum to receive consistent run as Darren Collison's clear-cut backup. If Sessions makes an appearance, he'll likely be eased into action until he can handle his previous allotment of 17 minutes per game.

Ramon Sessions G SAC 10 Days

Sessions (back) has been upgraded to probable for Monday's game against Portland, Jason Jones of the Sacramento Bee reports.

Sessions finally appears ready to return to the court after missing nearly a month with a lower back strain. He was averaging just over 17 minutes per game prior to the injury but could be limited for a few games as he works back into game shape. If Sessions does, indeed, play Monday, Ray McCallum's minutes should begin to diminish.

Ramon Sessions G SAC 10 Days

Sessions (back) is questionable for Wednesday's game against the Trail Blazers, James Ham of Cowbell Kingdom reports.

Sessions has been out the larger portion of a month due to the back issue, and although his questionable designation Monday is a good sign, it still seems more likely he's out than in. Regardless, he should receive an updated status prior to the tipoff. If he can't go Darren Collison and Ray McCallum will once again take on duties at the point.

Ramon Sessions G SAC 12 Days

Sessions (back) is out for Saturday's game against the Clippers, James Ham of Cowbell Kingdom reports.

Sessions has been sidelined with a back injury since Dec. 22 and there's no current timetable for his return. In his continued absence, Ray McCallum will likely keep playing around 20 minutes per game for the time being.

Ramon Sessions G SAC 14 Days

Sessions (back) is out for Friday's game against the Heat, James Ham of Cowbell Kingdom reports.

Sessions last played in a game Dec. 26, and there hasn't been any news to indicate that he's making significant progress. Ray McCallum will continue to work as the backup point guard, with Darren Collison handling a heavy load of minutes. Sessions has been the subject of recent trade rumors, so his next game may not come in a Kings uniform.

Ramon Sessions G SAC 15 Days

Sessions (back) missed a tenth straight game Tuesday, and there's still not a clear timetable for his return.

The Kings don't play again until Friday, but there's been so little reported on when Sessions will return. He'd only be of use in standard leagues if he were traded or if Darren Collison suffered a serious injury. That's too many "ifs" to bother rostering Sessions in anything but the deepest of leagues.

Ramon Sessions G SAC 18 Days

Sessions has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Cavs, the Sacramento Bee's Jason Jones reports.

Sessions has been out since December 26th with a back issue and still has no timetable to return. Ray McCallum will continue to rotate in behind Darren Collison until Sessions returns. Sessions can be safely dropped for a better backup option at this point.

Ramon Sessions G SAC 21 Days

Sessions (back) will miss Friday's game against the Nuggets.

Sessions remains without a timetable to return, but his streak of missed games will now reach eight. Darren Collison figures to continue taking most of the minutes at the point for the Kings until he returns.