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Sacramento Kings forward Chuck Hayes returned from a separated shoulder Saturday, only to leave the game after re-aggravating the injury.Hayes, who missed 11 games, played 20 minutes and scored eight points in the Kings’ 96-93 loss to the Utah Jazz before re-injuring himself. Team doctors said Hayes subluxed his shoulder but it popped back into place. He left with arena without a sling.Hayes is averaging five points and 7.8 rebounds in nine games this season. His status for Tuesday's game against Golden State is unknown.
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