The Sacramento Kings announced that Richaun Holmes will miss at least the next three games with a right hamstring strain.
Sacramento Kings center Richaun Holmes underwent an MRI in Sacramento which confirmed a right hamstring strain. Holmes is out for tonight's game versus Washington and will not accompany the team on the upcoming road trip at Phoenix and Dallas. His return to game action will be updated as appropriate.
Holmes missed the second half of the Kings last game with the same injury.
It remains to be seen who will start in Holmes' absence. The Kings other centers are Hassan Whiteside, Chimezie Metu, and Damian Jones.
Hopefully the injury isn't too serious and Holmes can be back soon. His play has been one of the bright spots for the Kings this season.
Update: Damian Jones will start tonight.
Damian Jones will start at center tonight.
— James Ham (@James_HamNBA) April 15, 2021