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NBA injury news before Week 15 tips off on Monday night. Make sure that you are checking Fantasy Alarm and your rosters for NBA injury updates for your players multiple times a day. 

We have seen an important fantasy basketball injury news break over the weekend that will affect some big-name players. Here are the latest NBA injuries for Week 15 of the fantasy basketball season.


2023-24 NBA Injury Report Fantasy Basketball Week 15

NBA Point Guard Injury News

Tyrese Haliburton, PG, Indiana Pacers (Hamstring)

Tyrese Haliburton did not play on Sunday night but is expected to practice on Monday and play in the Pacers' next game on Tuesday night. Whether he will be rested more after that remains to be seen, but he slowly returning to full strength. 

Ben Simmons, PG, Brooklyn Nets (Back)

Ben Simmons is probable to play on Monday night, his first game since November 6th as he recovered from back and hip injuries. He will slot into the point guard role, but his minutes may be monitored early on. 

Kyrie Irving, PG, Dallas Mavericks (Thumb)

Kyrie Irving will not play on Monday night due to a thumb injury. Luka Doncic should continue his massive usage run with Tim Hardaway Jr. also playing more minutes. 

Mike Conley, PG, Minnesota Timberwolves (Hamstring)

Mike Conley has been battling a hamstring injury and is officially listed as questionable for Monday's game against the Oklahoma City Thunder

Markelle Fultz, PG, Orlando Magic (Knee)

The Orlando Magic continue to give Markelle Fultz plenty of time to recover from his knee injury. He is listed as questionable for Monday's game against the Dallas Mavericks.

Tyrese Maxey, PG, Philadelphia 76ers (Ankle)

Tyrese Maxey is listed questionable for Monday night's game against Portland with an ankle injury, but it is not considered too serious. 

Derrick Rose, PG, Memphis Grizzlies (Thigh)

Derrick Rose did not play in Sunday's game against Indiana. With Ja Morant and Luke Kennard also out for the game, the Grizzlies started Vince Williams Jr. at point guard. 

Cade Cunningham, PG, Detroit Pistons (Knee)

Cade Cunningham is almost ready to return from his knee injury, but he did not play on Sunday night when the Pistons shocked the Thunder. 

NBA Shooting Guard Injury News

Zach LaVine, SG, Chicago Bulls (Ankle)

Zach LaVine is out at least another week according to the Bulls, and Ayo Dosunmu will continue to get big playing time in his absence. 

Dejounte Murray, SG, Atlanta Hawks (Hamstring)

Dejounte Murray did not play on Sunday night due to a hamstring injury. He is considered day-to-day as Week 15 kicks off. 

Luke Kennard, SG, Memphis Grizzlies (Knee)

Luke Kennard did not play on Sunday night against the Pacers, but could return at some point in Week 15. 

Immanuel Quickley, SG, Toronto Raptors (Quad)

The wing players were thin for Toronto were slim on Sunday as both Immanuel Quickly and RJ Barrett missed the game against Atlanta. Quickley is dealing with a quad injury that is not considered too serious.

RJ Barrett, SG, Toronto Raptors (Knee)

RJ Barrett did not play on Sunday night against Atlanta as he recovers from a knee injury with lingering pain. 

Shaedon Sharpe, SG, Portland Trail Blazers (Abdominal)

Shaedon Sharpe should be reevaluated at some point this week as he attempts to make a comeback after a groin and abdomen injury. Whether he plays any games in Week 15 is currently unknown. 

De'Anthony Melton, SG, Philadelphia 76ers (Back)

De'Anthony Melton suffered a back injury that will cause him to miss at least one week, the team announced. 

NBA Small Forward Injury News

De'Andre Hunter, SF, Atlanta Hawks (Knee)

De'Andre Hunter still is not playing due to a knee injury and he missed another game on Sunday against Toronto. Jalen Johnson continues to be the beneficiary. 

Torrey Craig, SF, Chicago Bulls (Heel)

Torrey Craig has resumed running and light practicing according to Bill Donovan, but he is not yet ready to participate in games. 

LeBron James, SF, Los Angeles Lakers (Ankle)

LeBron James is once again listed as questionable for Monday night with an ankle injury. He will likely be questionable in almost every game, but he has suited up most nights this season. 

Cam Reddish, SF, Los Angeles Lakers (Ankle)

Cam Reddish suffered a serious ankle injury over the weekend that will cause him to miss at least two weeks. Austin Reaves gets a big bump while Reddish is out. 

NBA Power Forward Injury News

Evan Mobley, PF, Cleveland Cavaliers (Knee)

After many weeks away. Evan Mobley is expected to be able to play Monday night against the Los Angeles Clippers. Minutes will be the issue as he returns as the Cavs won't want to risk one of their franchise players. 

Dorian Finney-Smith, PF, Brooklyn Nets (Ankle)

Dorian Finney-Smith is battling an ankle injury and will not play on Monday night against the Utah Jazz

Patrick Williams, PF, Chicago Bulls (Foot)

Patrick Williams missed the Sunday night game against Portland with foot soreness. He is considered day-to-day to start the week. 

Anthony Davis, PF, Los Angeles Lakers (Achilles)

Anthony Davis is listed as questionable for Monday night's game against Houston. The belief is he will play, but monitor before tip-off. 

Julius Randle, PF, New York Knicks (Shoulder)

It was reported on Monday morning that Julius Randle will miss several weeks after suffering a dislocated shoulder in Sunday's game. Josh Hart and Precious Achiuwa should take over the majority of the minutes for Randle. 

Tobias Harris, PF, Philadelphia 76ers (Illness)

Tobias Harris is battling an illness and is questionable for Monday night's game against the Dallas Mavericks

Zach Collins, PF, San Antonio Spurs (Ankle)

Zach Collins is now listed as questionable for the Monday night game against Washington as he recovers from an ankle injury. 

NBA Center Injury News

Ivica Zubac, C, Los Angeles Clippers (Calf)

Ivica Zubac is about halfway through his recovery period for a calf injury, and he will be reevaluated in mid-February. 

Kristaps Porzingis, C, Boston Celtics (Ankle)

Kristpas Porzingis sprained his ankle late last week and is questionable for their game on Monday night. With Al Horford and Luke Cornet both injured as well, it's possible the Celtics could be very thin in the frontcourt. 

Al Horford, C, Boston Celtics (Neck)

Al Horford is questionable for Monday night's game against New Orleans due to neck pain. 

Dwight Powell, C, Dallas Mavericks (Eye)

Dwight Powell has an eye injury and is questionable to play Monday versus Orlando.

Myles Turner, C, Indiana Pacers (Back)

Myles Turner was forced to miss Sunday night's win over the Grizzlies because of a back injury. He is day-to-day for games this week. 

Joel Embiid, C, Philadelphia 76ers (Knee)

Joel Embiid was a late scratch on Saturday against Denver and is now listed as questionable for Monday night's game against Portland. It could be Paul Reed time again to start the week. 

Jusuf Nurkic, C, Phoenix Suns (Thumb)

Jusuf Nurkic did not play on Sunday night due to a thumb injury. Phoenix started Drew Eubanks in his spot and he produced four points and eight rebounds. 

Isaiah Stewart, C, Detroit Pistons (Ankle)

Isaiah Steward was forced to leave Sunday's game against Oklahoma City due to an ankle injury, the severity of which is unknown. He is day-to-day to start the week. 

Jakob Poeltl, C, Toronto Raptors (Ankle)

Jakob Poeltl continues to experience pain in his ankle and he did not play on Sunday night against Atlanta. Thaddeus Young was the big man for Toronto in that game.