The NBA injury report for week 10 is headlined by two major players being out of their respective lineups as Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry will miss at least the next few weeks with an injured shoulder and Los Angeles Lakers center Anthony Davis will be out for a month with an injured foot. On a brighter note, the Orlando Magic have been hampered by injuries all season long, but their center Wendell Carter Jr is very close to returning to the Magic lineup. Charlotte Hornets guard LaMelo Ball recently returned to the basketball court from injury and hopefully, he can keep his ankles healthy. Here's the NBA injury report for week 10 of the fantasy basketball season. 



Harrison BarnesFSACQuad19-DecDAY TO DAYBarnes had to leave his previous game with an injured quad and if he has to miss time, Keegan Murray will get more shots and Malik Monk can indirectly benefit by getting more shots off the bench. Terence Davis may see a minutes boost.
Dorian Finney-SmithFDALAdductor19-DecDAY TO DAYWe'll have to see how Finney-Smith feels moving forward and this is bad luck for the Mavs who recently lost another frontcourt player, Maxi Kleber. If Finney-Smith needs time off, Reggie Bullock and Davis Bertans will see their minutes increase.
Josh OkogieSG/SFPHXHip19-DecDAY TO DAYOkogie hurt his hip and we don't know at this point if he'll need to miss additional time. If he has to sit, Damion Lee and Landry Shamet will see more reserve minutes.
Kyle AndersonFMINBack18-DecDAY TO DAYAnderson is dealing with back pain and the Timberwolves frontcourt is already down multiple options and Jaden McDaniels and Nathan Knight will have to help guard the post if Anderson needs more time off to recover.
Terry RozierGCHAHip18-DecDAY TO DAYRozier suffered a hip injury a few games ago and it's a minor injury that shouldn't keep him off the floor for too long, but if he needs more time to recover, Kelly Oubre Jr will start in his place.
Kelly OlynykPF/CUTAAnkle17-DecDAY TO DAYWe haven't been told that Olynyk badly sprained his ankle, but he'll likely be out a couple of more games and while he's sidelined Walker Kessler should draw starts, and Jarred Vanderbilt will shift up to center for part of the game.
Josh GiddeyG/SFOKCIllness17-DecDAY TO DAYGiddey has had to sit for a couple of games because he's sick and if needs any more time off, Aaron Wiggins will help Shai Gilgeous-Alexander in the backcourt. Giddey should be back in the next game or two.
Lamar StevensSG/SFCLEKnee17-DecDAY TO DAYStevens has a sore knee and if he needs to keep sitting, Cedi Osman and Kevin Love could be walking into a slight uptick in minutes until he's ready to return to action.
Jock LandaleCPHXConcussion17-DecDAY TO DAYLandale is in the league's concussion protocol, but he's not needed as much on the floor with Deandre Ayton back in the mix and the Suns also have Bismack Biyombo to back up Ayton as well.
Garrison MathewsSG/SFHOUIllness17-DecDAY TO DAYMathews is sick and has had to sit and he doesn't get consistent playing time and is at the end of the bench behind Tari Eason and K.J. Martin.
Anthony DavisPF/CLALFoot16-DecJanuary-FebruaryDavis had done a good job staying healthy and now he'll be out for at least a month if not longer with an injured foot and while he's out Thomas Bryant will draw starts and Wenyen Gabriel and Damian Jones will see a bump in reserve minutes as well.
Dwight PowellCDALThigh16-DecDAY TO DAYPowell is dealing with an injured thigh and if he needs to miss any more time, Christian Wood and JaVale McGee will have to play more minutes as Maxi Kleber is out as well.
Reggie JacksonGLACAchilles15-DecDAY TO DAYJackson has a sore achilles and has been sidelined for a couple of games and while he's out, John Wall will see more minutes and Terance Mann can shift to PG at times.
Paul GeorgeFLACKnee15-DecDAY TO DAYGeorge's knee has been acting up a bit and he's sat for a couple of games. At first, it seemed like he was being rested, but we'll consider him day-to-day and with Norman Powell hurt, Terance Mann will help Kawhi Leonard in the mid-court if George needs more time off.
Khris MiddletonFMILKnee15-DecDAY TO DAYMiddleton has sat for a few games with a sore knee and if he needs more time to recover, Grayson Allen and Pat Connaughton will see more shots. Jrue Holiday will certainly see more usage as well.
Ousmane DiengFOKCWrist15-DecJanuary-FebruaryDieng is at the end of the Thunder bench but has come through when needed as Oklahoma City has had players in and out of the lineup all year and when he's all healed up from his fractured wrist, he'll need to wait for others to get injured before he gets meaningful minutes.
Stephen CurryPGGSWShoulder14-DecNo TimetableOriginally we were told Curry would be out for a few weeks but then newer reports indicate the injury is a bit more severe and we don't know when we'll see him back. Until he returns, Jordan Poole and Donte DiVincenzo will run the point and Klay Thompson can also help bring the ball up as well.
Rudy GobertCMINAnkle14-DecDAY TO DAYGobert has missed a few games with a sprained ankle and with Karl-Anthony Towns still sidelined, Naz Reid will continue starting and Nathan Knight can see more minutes behind him if Gobert continues to sit.
Clint CapelaCATLCalf14-DecEnd Of DecemberCapela will have to sit for a few more games due to a calf injury and while he's out Onyeka Okongwu and John Collins (who recently returned to action) will help guard the middle of the paint.
Gary Trent JrGTORQuad14-DecDAY TO DAYTrent has missed a few games with an injured quad and while the Raptors just got OG Anunoby back, they'll need backcourt relief and Malachi Flynn and Dalano Banton should shift to SG and the Raptors can shift Juancho Hernangomez down to play as bigger guard and that will cause matchup problems.
Kyle LowryPGMIAKnee14-DecDAY TO DAYLowry has sat with knee pain for a few games and he could possibly return to action in the Heat's next contest, but if needs more time off the floor, Max Strus and Tyler Herro will help run the point with Gabe Vincent still out.
Ivica ZubacCLACKnee14-DecDAY TO DAYZubac has missed a few games with a knee injury and the Clippers aren't loaded with center depth, but Robert Covington and Moses Brown will have to help guard the post until he's ready.
Darius BazleyFOKCIllness14-DecDAY TO DAYBazley has been sick and has had to sit for a few games and if he needs more Aleksej Pokusevski, Kenrich Williams and Jalen Williams will see additional run. Mike Muscala is also an option but he'll have to fill in for Jeremiah Robinson-Earl.
Cameron PayneGPHXFoot13-DecDAY TO DAYPayne is still recovering from spraining his foot and with Devin Booker still hurt, Damion Lee and Landry Shamet will help Chris Paul run the point.
Maxi KleberPF/CDALHamstring13-DecNo TimetableWe don't know when we'll see Kleber take the floor again after tearing his hamstring and the Mavericks will have to turn more to Christian Wood for help on the offensive end and JaVale McGee on the defensive side of the ball.
Furkan KorkmazSG/SFPHIIllness13-DecDAY TO DAYKorkmaz has been sick and he doesn't play many minutes when healthy and if he needs to continue to sit, Matisse Thybulle could end up seeing a bit more reserve run.
Jeremiah Robinson-EarlPF/COKCAnkle12-DecDAY TO DAYRobinson-Earl is dealing with a sprained ankle and he's missed a few games because of it. Aleksej Pokusevski and Darius Bazley (when healthy) will have to help guard the post. Mike Muscala should pick up more playing time.
Josh GreenSG/SFDALElbow9-DecDAY TO DAYGreen is suffering from a sprained elbow and he'll need at least a couple of more games off. We should see Tim Hardaway Jr play and shoot more and Dorian Finney-Smith will pick up additional shots as well.
Jordan McLaughlinPGMINCalf9-DecDAY TO DAYIs McLaughlin's calf strain really that "minor" as originally reported? He's not missed a handful of games and Jaylen Nowell will continue to see more playing time behind D'Angelo Russell.
Collin SextonGUTAHamstring7-DecDAY TO DAYSexton continues to sit with a strained hamstring and while he's sidelined, Jordan Clarkson and Malik Beasley will have to help Mike Conley run the point.
Obi ToppinPFNYKKnee7-DecLate DecemberToppin recently hurt his knee and while he's out, Isaiah Hartenstein will see a bump in minutes, especially behind Mitchell Robinson and we should see Jericho Sims get a bit of extra reserve run.
Juan Toscano-AndersonFLALAnkle7-DecLate DecemberToscano-Anderson could be out another week and change and with Anthony Davis hurt, Thomas Bryant, Wenyen Gabriel, and Damian Jones will guard the post.
Gabe VincentGMIAKnee5-DecDAY TO DAYVincent continues to miss games due to a knee injury. Tyler Herro and Max Strus and even Victor Oladipo will see more minutes if Vincent misses more time.
Duane Washington JrPGPHXHip4-DecDAY TO DAYWashington has a strained hip and while he's out, Landry Shamet and Damion Lee will have to help Chris Paul bring up the ball with Cameron Payne also hurt.
Andrew WigginsFGSWAdductor3-DecDAY TO DAYWiggins will need a few more games off the floor and his timetable to return is starting to become a bit unclear because he's clearly still in pain from what we've been told. Jordan Poole and Klay Thompson will take more shots. Donte DiVincenzo, especially with Stephen Curry also out, will see a major minutes boost.
Dean WadeFCLEShoulder2-DecEnd of Dec-Early JanWade has a sprained shoulder and while he recovers, Lamar Stevens and Kevin Love should play more behind Jarrett Allen and Evan Mobley. We should see Wade back before the year turns.
Isaiah LiversSG/SFDETShoulder1-DecEnd of Dec-Early JanLivers has a sprained shoulder and while he's out Saddiq Bey and Marvin Bagley III will play more minutes. Bey should see more usage on the offensive end as his production has been very up and down lately. The Pistons could turn to using Isaiah Stewart at PF more for size purposes.
Gary HarrisSG/SFORLHamstring30-NovDAY TO DAYHarris continues to be shelved with a hamstring injury and while he's out, Franz Wagner will take more shots and Bol Bol and Terrence Ross will see a few more minutes and Ross walks into more shots.
Norman PowellSG/SFLACGroin29-NovEnd of DecemberPowell has a strained groin and while he's out Kawhi Leonard and Paul George will take more shots. Reggie Jackson indirectly benefits by picking up more time with the ball and Terance Mann should see a minutes boost.
Nassir LittleFPORHip29-NovMid to Late JanuaryLittle fractured his hip and we won't see him back on the floor until January. Justise Winslow and Shaedon Sharpe should see more minutes and shots.
Karl-Anthony TownsPF/CMINCalf28-NovLate Dec-Early JanTowns is dealing with a strained calf and we don't know if we'll see him back in action before the year turns. While he's out, Kyle Anderson (when healthy) will continue to play more minutes and draw starts. Jaylen Nowell indirectly benefits and we should see Jaden McDaniels get more action as well.
Brandon IngramSG/FNOPToe25-NovEnd Of DecemberIngram's toe is just not healing and we've backed up his timetable to return a little as a result. Trey Murphy and Naji Marshall will see more minutes and shots. Zion Williamson will get even more usage and he's been dominant since Ingram got hurt.
Jalen SuggsGORLAnkle25-NovDAY TO DAYSuggs continues racking up inactive statuses with his ankle injury. The missed time is starting to become a bit concerning surrounding Suggs, but we haven't seen anything confirming he's out for a certain period of time. Markelle Fultz and Cole Anthony will benefit by seeing more time with the ball.
Taurean PrinceFMINShoulder23-NovDAY TO DAYPrince's shoulder continues to bother him and he hasn't played in almost a month and until he's ready to come back, Kyle Anderson (when healthy) will see a lot more playing time, and Jaden McDaniels will have to post up more on both sides of the ball.
Dennis Smith JrPGCHAAnkle23-NovNo TimetableSmith continues to deal with a badly sprained ankle and until he's ready to return, Terry Rozier and Theo Maledon will help LaMelo Ball run the point.
Michael Porter JrFDENHeel22-NovDAY TO DAYSlowly but surely, Porter is recovering and the Nuggets know the drill by now; take every precaution possible because Porter gets hurt a lot. Aaron Gordon and Bruce Brown will benefit by getting more shots and time with the ball.
Chuma OkekePFORLKnee21-NovMid to Late JanuaryAfter having a procedure on his knee, Okeke will be out until at least the middle of January and Bol Bol and Mo Wagner will continue to receive more minutes. The Magic have been having trouble shaking the injuries this season.
Rui HachimuraFWASAnkle18-NovWeek To WeekHachimura has a bone bruise in his ankle and we don't know when we'll see him take the court again as the Wizards have him as week-to-week. Anthony Gill and even an undersized Will Barton will have to help Kyle Kuzma guard the post. Hachimura is starting to practice again this week but his return to the floor isn't that close.
Wendell Carter JrPF/CORLFoot18-NovDAY TO DAYCarter is reportedly getting set to return to action at the end of the week and when he does, Bol Bol, Mo Bamba, and Mo Wagner's minutes and production will take a hit and they'll be splitting reserve minutes with each other. Bol can help out at other positions while Bamba and Wagner will fight for minutes behind Carter.
Tyrese MaxeyPGPHIFoot18-NovMiddle of JanuaryMaxey will need to miss more time for his fractured foot to heal. He's looking at a mid-January return for now. James Harden will run the point a bit more along with Shake Milton. De'Anthony Melton will also help assist and toggle between both guard spots.
Otto Porter JrFTORToe14-NovMid to Late JanuaryPorter is dealing with a couple of injuries in his foot and when he comes back, depending on the health of the starters he will be looking at inconsistent minutes. Chris Boucher will see more run with Porter out. This timetable can definitely be backed up.
Desmond BaneSG/SFMEMToe11-NovEnd of DecemberBane is recovering from a sprained toe and Dillon Brooks will see more shots and John Konchar has filled in at multiple positions and he can toggle to the SG position. The reporting on Bane has been spotty indicating that he's not quite ready to return to action and we're starting to think he won't make it back before January.
Cade CunninghamGDETShin9-NovOUT FOR THE SEASONCunningham had surgery on his shin and his season is over. Killian Hayes and Jaden Ivey will see a lot more time with the rock and other backcourt Pistons such as Alec Burks will see more usage.
Precious AchiuwaCTORAnkle9-NovEarly to mid JanuaryAchiuwa has ligament damage in his ankle and while he's shelved, Chris Boucher and Khem Birch will have to help Pascal Siakam guard the post. New reports have told us to expect to see Achiuwa back on the floor in January.
Cameron JohnsonFPHXKnee4-NovNo TimetableIt would be surprising to see Johnson back on the court before January as his recovery from this knee injury has been slow. While he's out, Mikal Bridges will see more shots and Torrey Craig will play more.
Jae'Sean TateFHOUAnkle30-OctNo TimetableWe don't even know if Tate is taking any kind of contact yet in practice signaling that he's still not close to returning. KJ Martin and Tari Eason will benefit by receiving more minutes.
Delon WrightGWASHamstring25-OctDAY TO DAYNew reports are out that Wright could potentially return in the Wizards next few games and he'll back up Monte Morris once he does and Corey Kispert and Jonathan Goodwin will be fighting for extra reserve minutes.
Cody MartinSG/SFCHAKnee19-OctEnd of Dec-Early JanMartin had knee surgery recently and we don't know if we'll see him before January at this point. Gordon Hayward and Kelly Oubre will continue to help out in the mid-court and Jalen McDaniels can toggle between both forward spots as well.
Lonzo BallPGCHIKneePre-SeasonNo TimetableWe are all in the dark in regards to whether we will see Ball play at all this season. Ayo Dosunmu will continue drawing starts and both Goran Dragic and Coby White are other options to run the point. Zach LaVine will bring up the rock too.
Danilo GallinariPFBOSTorn ACLPre-SeasonOUT FOR THE SEASONGallinari won't play this season after tearing his ACL. Grant Williams and Blake Griffin will help Jayson Tatum and Robert Williams guard the post.
Ricky RubioPGCLETorn ACLPre-SeasonNo TimetableRubio tore his ACL at the end of last year and as we wait for him to recover, Donovan Mitchell and Raul Neto will help Darius Garland run the point. Rubio is practicing with the Cavs G-League team but we still don't know when he'll be back with his teammates on the court.
Gary Payton IIGPORAbsPre-SeasonLate DecemberThere's a chance we see Payton return to action before the end of the year. Rookie Shaedon Sharpe will continue having a bigger role until Payton is ready. Payton will be a key reserve for Portland when he's ready because of his defensive tenacity.
Omer YurtsevenCMIAAnklePre-SeasonNo TimetableYurtseven just had ankle surgery and we don't know when we'll see him back on the floor leaving Dewayne Dedmon the reserve minutes behind Bam Adebayo. Nikola Jovic can help back them up as well.
Jonathan IsaacFORLKneePre-SeasonJanuaryIt's been a long time since we've seen Isaac take the floor, but he recently told the media that he's on the right track. Even when he eventually gets on the floor, he'll be under heavy playing time restrictions. Bol Bol will continue to see a bump in playing time.
Daniel TheisCINDKneePre-SeasonNo TimetableTheis won't be seen on the floor for a while after having knee surgery. Isaiah Jackson and Jalen Smith can help relieve Myles Turner at center pushing Theis way down the bench when he's healthy.


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