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Biyombo (knee) will not play against the Celtics on Friday, the Charlotte Observer reports.

Biyombo should be considered day-to-day moving forward with his next opportunity to take the court coming against the Magic on Sunday.

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Biyombo (knee) is unlikely to play Friday against the Celtics, Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer reports.

Biyombo, who hasn't played since late-January, is yet to return to practice in full, so a return for Friday's matchup with Boston seems very unlikely. Continue to consider the big man day-to-day until he's able to put in a full practice.

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Biyombo (knee) has been cleared for basketball activities but is not expected to play for another three games, the Charlotte Observer reports.If this timeline holds up, Biyombo should be considered out until at least Feb. 27 when the Hornets take on the Celtics. The 22-year-old has been of the court since Jan. 24 with a bone bruise but is apparently improving and should see time on the court relatively soon.

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Biyombo (knee) will have another MRI on Saturday, Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer reports.Biyombo was diagnosed with a bone bruise on his right knee at the end of January, and he's missed the Hornets' last seven games. With the MRI set for Saturday, it seems rather unlikely he'll play against the Thunder later that night, though an update should be available following the scan.

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Biyombo (knee) will miss another two weeks Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer reports

Biyombo already figured to be out until the All-Star break, but after getting the results of an MRI it appears that he will need even more time than that to recover. Luckily for the Hornets, starting center Al Jefferson has recently returned from an injury of his own. Expect Cody Zeller to continue to play most of Biyombo's minutes behind Jefferson.

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Biyombo (knee) will likely remain out until after the All-Star break, according to coach Steve Clifford, Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer reports.

Biyombo sustained a bone bruise on his right knee against the Knicks on Jan. 24, and he's missed Charlotte's last three games. It doesn't appear he's anywhere close to returning, and the team has all but ruled him out for the next week-and-a-half. Barring a drastic improvement over the next few days, don't expect to see Biyombo on the court until Feb. 21 at the earliest.

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Biyombo has been diagnosed with a bone bruise in his right knee and will be re-evaluated in approximately 10 days.

He will not be able to participate in impact activities after leaving Saturday's game with the knee injury and will be sidelined for at least the next three games. In Biyombo's absence, Cody Zeller and Al Jefferson may be asked to play extra minutes, with Jason Maxiell figuring into things off the bench.

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Biyombo left Saturday's game with a right knee contusion and was not able to return, the Hornets' official site reports. He played just seven minutes before suffering the injury.

Marvin Williams left the game with a concussion, too, and with both Biyombo and Williams out, Al Jefferson finally moved back into the starting lineup for the second half of the game. It's unclear how severe Biyombo's injury is, and when he returns, he'll likely be back in a limited bench role, dropping him out of the value he'd need to be used in most standard leagues.

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Biyombo will continue to start against the Knicks on Saturday, the Charlotte Observer reports.

Biyombo won't likely stay in the starting lineup for long since Al Jefferson is back on the court and looking very productive. In fact, Biyombo's minutes have decreased over the last two games since Jefferson has returned to the lineup and that trend will likely continue as the Hornets allow Jefferson to spend more time on the court.

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Biyombo scored 12 points (5-10 FG, 2-3 FT) with 12 rebounds, two blocks and a steal in 25 minutes during Wednesday's win over the Heat.

He took advantage of an under-manned Miami frontcourt, picking up his third double-double in his last five games. Al Jefferson should resume his starting role very soon, but if Biyombo does get another start or two he should be able to produce.