Injury Report

22 Injuries

22 Injuries Table
Player Team Update Description
Denzel ValentineChicago BullsWed, Feb 13, 2019Out (Ankle) - Valentine is out of his walking boot, but is still a couple months from resuming basketball activities.
J.J. BareaDallas MavericksThu, Feb 14, 2019Out (Lower Leg) - Barea said in an interview with Mavs.com that he believes his recovery from Achilles tendon surgery will take 6-9 months.
Tim HardawayDallas MavericksThu, Apr 18, 2019Out (Leg) - Hardaway Jr. had surgery on Thursday (Apr 18) on his left tibia and is expected to resume basketball activities before training camp according to Bobby Karalia of
Kristaps PorziņģisDallas MavericksMon, Apr 8, 2019Out (Knee) - Porzingis has been participating in practices but will not return during the 2018-2019 season.
Michael PorterDenver NuggetsThu, Mar 21, 2019Out (Back) - Porter Jr. has been participating in light contact 3-on-3 drills in practice, but is still a long shot to return this year according to Nick Kosmider of The Athletic.
Kevin DurantGolden State WarriorsThu, Jun 13, 2019Out (Achilles) - The Warriors announced that Durant ruptured his Achilles and had successful surgery on it. There is no timetable for his return.
Klay ThompsonGolden State WarriorsFri, Jun 14, 2019Out (Knee) - The Warriors announced that Thompson tore his ACL. There is no timetable for his return, but he's expected to be out for several months.
Victor OladipoIndiana PacersTue, Mar 12, 2019Out (Ruptured Right Quadricep Tendon) - Oladipo is now able to walk after having surgery on Jan 28 to repair a ruptured quad tendon in his right knee. It is still uncertain when he will be able to return.
Brandon IngramLos Angeles LakersSat, Mar 9, 2019Out (Deep Venous Thrombosis (DVT)) - The Lakers announced F Brandon Ingram will likely miss the rest of the season.
Kyle AndersonMemphis GrizzliesThu, Apr 18, 2019Out (Right Shoulder Soreness) - The Grizzlies announced that Anderson had thoracic outlet decompression surgery. The team expects him to be ready for training camp for the 2019 season.
Donte DiVincenzoMilwaukee BucksTue, Mar 26, 2019Out (Heel) - DiVincenzo is out for the rest of the season with bilateral heel bursitis in his right foot according to Malika Andrews of ESPN.
Pau GasolMilwaukee BucksFri, May 10, 2019Out (Ankle) - The Bucks announced that Gasol had surgery to repair a stress fracture in his left foot. He will miss the rest of the playoffs, but is expected to be ready in time for training camp.
Paul GeorgeOklahoma City ThunderTue, May 7, 2019Out (Right Shoulder) - George is expected to miss the start of training camp after undergoing shoulder surgery.
Andre RobersonOklahoma City ThunderThu, Mar 21, 2019Out (Knee) - Roberson is still without a timetable for his return, though he has progressed to some on-court drills.
Mohamed BambaOrlando MagicThu, Mar 21, 2019Out (Left Tibia Fracture) - Bamba is still without a timetable for his return.
Markelle FultzOrlando MagicThu, Mar 21, 2019Out (Shoulder/Wrist) - Fultz is making progress in his rehab, but still has no timetable for his return according to Josh Robbins of The Athletic.
Timofey MozgovOrlando MagicThu, Mar 21, 2019Out (Knee) - Nearly three months removed from arthroscopic surgery on his knee, Mozgov is still without a timetable for return.
Jusuf NurkićPortland Trail BlazersMon, Mar 25, 2019Out (Leg Fracture) - Nurkic left Monday's (Mar25) game with a fractured leg.
Dejounte MurraySan Antonio SpursWed, Mar 13, 2019Out (Knee) - Murray is making progress and is practicing on his own, but he's not expected to play this season, according to Jeff Garcia of FOXSanAntonio.com. He had ACL surgery on his knee before the season started.
Dante ExumUtah JazzFri, Mar 15, 2019Out (Right Knee Pain) - An MRI revealed a torn patellar tendon in his right knee and will be out indefinitely according to Shams Charania of The Athletic.
Dwight HowardWashington WizardsWed, Mar 13, 2019Out (Back) - Howard is not practicing yet and there is no timetable for his return, according to Chase Hughes of NBCsports.com.
John WallWashington WizardsWed, Apr 10, 2019Out (Left Torn Achilles) - Wall stated that he has no idea when or if he will be able to return for the 2019-20 season.
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