Dragic was hit in the face during Thursday's game, but the extent of his injury is unknown. The Heat should update his status soon.
The updates continue to roll in on Curry but nothing has changed as he will continue to work back from his knee injury. The Warriors have little incentive to rush him back while they continue to steamroll their opponents.
This was something we should have expected, especially when the news broke that he didn't practice on Thursday. The Warriors are up 2-0 and held their home floor fairly easily. We should circle Game 4 on our calendars as that could ultimately be the first time we see the league's MVP back in action.
With the Warriors up 2-0 in their series with Portland, the Warriors could elect to continue to rest Curry. However, this rest may not be Golden State's choice at all and could be because Curry is still not ready to take the floor. None of us are doctors and we're not sure how injured Curry is, so when he does finally begin testing his knee, that's when he's finally healthy.
Wade has a bruised left knee, but will be in the starting lineup for Thursday's Game 2 against Toronto. Wade was sensational in Miami's Game-1 victory Tuesday night, finishing with 24 points, six rebounds, four assists, three steals and two blocks in nearly 37 minutes.
Whiteside is dealing with a strained right knee, but will be in action for Thursday's Game 2 against Toronto. He figures to play less than the 39-plus minutes he saw in Game 1. Whiteside is averaging 12.6 points, 12.1 rebounds and 3.1 blocks across eight games in these playoffs.
Hill has spent his first three NBA seasons with the Pacers after the team selected him with the 23rd pick of the 2013 draft. The 25-year-old forward started 78 games for the Pacers in 2014-15, but was relegated to mostly a reserve role this season.
Wall sat out the last five games of the regular season due to knee issue and has now gone through the surgery he needed. The All-Star point guard put up sensational numbers in 2015-16, averaging 19.9 points, 10.2 assists, 4.4 rebounds and 1.9 steals across 77 games.
Originally hired in the middle of the 2010-11 season, Vogel ultimately put together a successful tenure as the Pacers' head coach. He guided the team to five playoff appearances in six years, advancing as far as the Eastern Conference Finals on two occasions. Vogel will turn 43 years old in June and should still have plenty of coaching years ahead of him.