Trail Blazers say Noah Vonleh (left ankle sprain) is DOUBTFUL for Thursday's game vs. Toronto.
CSN Northwest "Trail Blazers power forward Noah Vonleh left the game and did not return Tuesday night after he landed awkwardly fighting for a rebound. The play occurred at roughly the 7:24 mark of the 3rd quarter as Vonleh fought for a rebound with Milwaukee's Greg Monroe. Upon landing, Vonleh rolled his..." February 03
Yahoo! Sports "The Portland Trail Blazers have completed a deal to send forward Nic Batum to the Charlotte Hornets for Noah Vonleh and Gerald Henderson, league sources told Yahoo Sports. The deal was finalized Wednesday night. The Blazers had been shopping Batum in recent days, and the deal gives them an..." June 25
Portland is finalizing a trade to send Nic Batum to Charlotte for Noah Vonleh and Gerald Henderson, league sources tell Yahoo.
Real GM Basketball "Noah Vonleh has been recalled from the Fort Wayne Mad Ants by the Charlotte Hornets. " December 31
At The Hive "Watching P.J. Hairston, the 26th pick in last year's NBA Draft, crack the rotation and play meaningful minutes for the Charlotte Hornets early in the season, while 9th pick Noah Vonleh has only received 24 minutes of action is baffling for some Hornets fans. Vonleh is supposed to be the better..." December 13
Basketball Insiders "Rookie power forward Noah Vonleh said he hopes to be fully cleared medically in the next two to three weeks, following surgery to repair a sports hernia. Vonleh said he was playing pickup basketball on Indiana’s campus when he felt a “pop,” which he thought was just a groin pull. " October 01
Hornets rookie Noah Vonleh had surgery today to treat a sports hernia. Out 6-8 weeks, so he will miss training camp.
Noah Vonleh is on the slide in this draft, front office sources tell Yahoo Sports. Best first chance to be picked: Lakers.
NBA source said #celtics are very high on Indiana's Noah Vonleh and he's moved into preferred group with Aaron Gordon and Marcus Smart
CBS Sports "Indiana's Noah Vonleh told CBSSports.com on Sunday that he will enter the 2014 NBA Draft. "It's going to suck leaving college without an NCAA Tournament," Vonleh, a 6-foot-10 freshman, said by phone. "But I have to do what's best for me." Vonleh averaged 11.3 points and 9.0 rebounds this..." March 24
Indianapolis Star "Every morning, Samuel Vonleh sends a text message to his three children. Sometimes, it's a Bible verse or an inspirational quote. Sometimes, it's a few words of encouragement and support. He came to the United States from Liberia in 1979, following his mother and father. The Vonleh family..." January 25