Dec 11, 2012 NBA Injury Report
Damian Lillard (POR) – Suffered a minor ankle injury, but played through it. He should be ok, but check his next gametime status just to be safe.
Wesley Matthews (POR) – Missed Monday with a hip injury. Sasha Pavlovic got the start for Matthews.
Nicolas Batum (POR) – Missed Monday with a back injury. Victor Claver got the start for Batum.
James Harden (HOU) – Harden was out last night with an ankle injury. No word yet on his next game status. Carlos Delfino got the start for Harden and played well.
Kyle Lowry (TOR) – Added a triceps injury to his list of nagging injuries. If it causes him to miss time, Jose Calderon would likely move into the starting lineup.
Andrea Bargnani (TOR) – Suffered an elbow injury and had to leave the game and didn’t return. X-rays were negative and an update will probably be coming soon. Ed Davis could see good minutes if Bargnani is out.
Linas Kleiza (TOR) – Out Monday with a knee injury. Mickael Pietrus returned after missing a game and got the start at SF.
Anthony Davis (NOR) – Practiced Monday, but remains questionable for tonight.
Shawn Marion (DAL) – Missed Monday with a groin injury. Dahntay Jones got the start at SF.
Dion Waiters (CLE) – Questionable tonight with an ankle injury.
Brook Lopez (BKN) – Practiced Monday and is a gametime decision tonight.
Tyreke Evans (SAC) – Evans was out again with his lingering knee injury. Francisco Garcia got the start at SG and had 25 points. I’m not sure how long Evans is going to be out, but Garcia could be a nice short term pickup.
Kyle Korver (ATL) – Out Monday with back problems.
Kirk Hinrich (CHI) – Probable tonight with an elbow injury. Nate Robinson could get some extra run if Hinrich is limited.
Udonis Haslem (MIA) – Out Monday with the flu.
Kevin Seraphin (WAS) – Missed practice Monday with an illness, so be careful using him tonight.
Rasheed Wallace (NYK) – Questionable tonight with a foot injury.
Pau Gasol (LAL) – Gametime decision tonight with knee tendonitis.
Steve Nash (LAL) – Now likely out until the end of December with nerve damage.
A.J. Price (WAS) – Price is out 4-6 weeks with a broken hand. Be sure to get him out of your lineups tonight. Shaun Livingston and Jordan Crawford will both likely see time at PG.