Sixth Annual NBA Injury Report
A VI NBA Injury Report outlines information on every player on the court. It includes information on any suspensions, including those related to substance abuse and drug use. It also includes an Expected Return date for each player. This date is typically June. The injury report also lists when players who have been placed on Injured Reserve will return.
Anthony Davis is out for the rest of the season
It is not clear whether Anthony Davis is out for the rest of the season or not. He has been injured for much of the season. His most recent injury came against the Portland Trail Blazers on Friday. It has not been known how serious the injury is or if the injury will require surgery. However, it seems unlikely to keep the star out of the playoffs for a long time.
Anthony Davis is currently shooting 70 percent from the free throw line and averaging 23.1 points and 9.7 rebounds per game. Without Davis, the Lakers are 17-20. They are 10-11. If they can get Davis back, they will have a shot at capturing the sixth seed.
Giannis Antetokounmpo is battling a left adductor strain
Giannis Antetokounmpa sat out Game 4 of the NBA Finals with a left adductor strain. The injury came when he landed awkwardly while attacking the basket in the second quarter of Friday’s game against the Toronto Raptors. After the game, Antetokounmpo was listed as questionable for Game 4.
The injury is not life-threatening, but it is still serious enough to sideline Giannis Antetokounmppo from the remainder of the series. An MRI revealed that there are no tears in the adductor muscle. LeBron James will be day-to-day for the rest of the series, but he will have at least eight days off before the next match.
Chris Paul is in the league’s concussion protocol
Chris Paul is in the league’s conCUSsion protocol after suffering a head injury in an NBA game. The team said he is being treated at a Cleveland Clinic. His condition is not considered serious, but his condition is still being monitored. He will not play Monday’s game against the Chicago Bulls. No timeline has been set for his return.
The Phoenix Suns have reassigned Paul to the injured list. The team hasn’t announced a timeline for his return, but they do expect him to miss several weeks. Despite his recent injury, Paul has been a surprisingly productive player. In the 58 games he has played this season, Paul has averaged 14.9 points and 10.7 assists. That’s his highest point total since he was 29 years old and playing for the Los Angeles Clippers.
Ingles has a torn ACL
The Utah Jazz have announced that forward Joe Ingles has suffered a torn ACL in his left knee. The injury occurred during Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Timberwolves. Ingles was driving to the basket when his left leg buckled. He was able to get up from the ground, but it was painful. Ingles will now be out indefinitely. The injury is devastating for the Jazz, as Ingles is a highly productive player. He averages 7.4 points, 2.9 rebounds, and 3.5 assists per game. Ingles’ injury could mean the end of his career as he is on his final year of a $AUD18 million contract with the Jazz.
Ingles will undergo surgery in the next few weeks. His recovery time will likely extend beyond two weeks, as he’ll need to regain range of motion before the surgery. It will also be necessary for him to go through a rehabilitation program. Although he’ll likely miss the entirety of the 2022-2023 season, Ingles’ recovery could last much longer.
Williams hasn’t played yet
Wide receiver Damien Williams hasn’t played yet in the NFL, but he has a lot to prove. A first-year pro, Williams is actively working to learn the playbook. He is an excellent target for veteran signal-caller Jared Goff. He is also working to learn how to handle the mental aspect of lining up at wide receiver in the NFL.
The Shams are hopeful to have Williams back in December or early January. They would like to have him 100% for the playoffs. That means he could be restricted to a certain amount of minutes and he might not play back-to-back games.
Ingles’ minutes are being monitored
Joe Ingles is on the sideline with a torn ACL. The former Minnesota Timberwolves point guard is scheduled to have surgery in the next several weeks. He is currently on a one-year, $18 million contract with the Utah Jazz. His injury occurred in the second quarter during a game against the Minnesota Timberwolves. According to Mike Conley, Ingles was “absolutely distraught” after the game. “He was crying,” he said. “It was terrible,” he added.
While Ingles’ injury is not life threatening, his absence does not bode well for the Knicks’ season. The starting five is already thinned, and the Knicks will have to make do without the veteran. They have also been without Isaiah Whitehead and Jimmy Butler.