NBA Injuries

Trey BurkePGDALCOVID28-OctDay To DayBurke is one of the final players off the bench in Dallas who won't get much run unless Luka Doncic and/or Jalen Brunson get injured. No real fantasy impact. 
Malcolm BrogdonGINDHamstring27-OctDay To DayThe Pacers top scorer is dealing with a tight Hamstring and if he needs to miss any time,T.J. McConnell and Brad Wanamaker will get more minutes and Jeremy Lamb will see more shots.
Daniel GaffordCWASQuad27-OctNo TimetableMontrezl Harrell seems to be the priority in the Wizards rotation over Daniel Gafford and Gafford is dealing with an injured Quad and if he needs more time off Davis Bertans could step in if needed for reserve minutes. 
Kristaps PorzingisPF/CDALBack26-OctDay To DayPorzingis injured his Back and he's had to miss a game because of it and Maxi Kleber and Dwight Powell get a bit of a boost with him off the floor. The Back just seems a little stiff. Porzingis is no stranger to injury.
Doug McDermottFSASKnee26-OctEarly NovemberMcDermott should be back in the next few games after injuring his Knee and while he's out Lonnie Walker and Devin Vassell will see more playing time and Keita Bates-Diop could get a few minutes as well.
Isaac OkoroSGCLEHamstring25-OctDay To DayWhile Okoro has been getting a true rotation commitment, the Cavs continue to play with a big lineup and Okoro will be battling Lauri Markkanen and indirectly Kevin Love for minutes and shots. We haven't received official word whether or not he'll miss extended time. He's DTD for now.
LeBron JamesG/SFLALAnkle24-OctDay To DayJames is dealing with a minor Ankle injury and it has already cost him a few games and while he's out, Russell Westbrook will see a lot more time with the ball and Kent Bazemore and Carmelo Anthony will help fill in. 
PJ WashingtonPF/CCHAKnee24-OctDay To DayWashington has missed his last couple of games with an injured Knee and Miles Bridges and Gordon Hayward will continue to benefit with more shots. Mason Plumlee's minutes are protected and Jalen McDaniels will get more run as well.
Jrue HolidayGMILAnkle23-OctDay To DayHoliday has missed a couple of games with an injured Ankle and George Hill has been starting in his place. Grayson Allen has seen a few more shots because of Holiday being out of the lineup. 
Norman PowellSG/SFPORKnee23-OctDay To DayWith Powell dealing with an injured Knee, we've seen Anfernee Simons and Nassir Little get playing time in the Blazers rotation. Both have played over 22 minutes per game to start the season. 
Terry RozierGCHAAnkle22-OctDay To DayRozier has missed most of the games thus far and while he's out, Kelly Oubre Jr. has done a very nice job filling in and even Ish Smith has seen more love in the Hornets rotation. We don't know if Rozier's injury is one that will keep him out for the next number of weeks. Update coming soon on that.
Cameron PayneGPHXHamstring22-OctDay To DayPayne has Hamstring pain (pun intended), and while he's out Elfrid Payton will see run backing up Chris Paul. Devin Booker can also shift to PG if needed as well. 
Josh HartSG/SFNOPQuad20-OctDay To DayHart is going to have a lot competition for minutes at his position as Trey Murphy has been playing 22 minutes per game and Nickeil Alexander-Walker logs a lot of minutes as well. It'll be an uphill battle for him this year.
Brook LopezCMILBack19-OctNo TimetableWe don't know when we'll see Lopez back in action, but Bobby Portis who was key for the Bucks in the Finals will benefit and we've seen Thanasis Antetokounmpo and Sandro Mamukelashvili get double-digit minutes.
Pascal SiakamPF/CTORShoulderPre-SeasonLate NovemeberReports are telling us that Siakam is a bit ahead of schedule but until he returns in the next month or so, OG Anunoby will continue to fill in along with Precious Achiuwa. Scottie Barnes has been impressive on both sides of the ball and could be kept in the Raptors starting lineup once Siakam returns.
Zion WilliamsonPFNOPFootPre-SeasonNo TimetableWe don't know when we'll see Williamson take the court but while he's out Brandon Ingram will have to help guard the post a bit and we've seen Herbert Jones draw starts as well.
Cade CunninghamGDETAnklePre-SeasonDay To DayThe Pistons are going to be very careful with Cunningham and until he's ready to go, Josh Jackson and Frank Jackson will see more minutes and Saddiq Bey will continue to take 15-16 shots per game. Once Cunningham is fully ready, scoring priorities will likely shift. 
Kawhi LeonardSG/SFLACTorn ACLPre-SeasonNo TimetableLeonard is one of the biggest question marks heading into the season and we may not see him play at all this year and he's a hard player to stash unless you have unlimited INJ spots. With Leonard out, Nicolas Batum and Terance Mann will get more time in the Clippers rotation. 
Klay ThompsonSG/SFGSWAchillesPre-SeasonNo TimetableThompson has been hurt the last couple of years and will likely need a few more months and Andrew Wiggins and Jordan Poole will fill in until he can finally take the court again. 
Jamal MurrayGDENTorn ACLPre-SeasonNo TimetableWith Murray recovering from a Torn ACL, Monte Morris and Facundo Campazzo will help run the point. Even Will Barton will get some time to handle the rock. 
Caris LeVertSG/SFINDBackPre-SeasonDay To DayLeVert hasn't been able to shake injuries throughout his career and he's currently dealing with an injured Back, but recent reports indicate that he could return in the next couple of games. The rookie Chris Duarte has filled in very nicely. 
Victor OladipoSG/SFMIAQuadPre-SeasonNo TimetableOladipo is another player who we may not see until March or April and he's very fragile and another player that is a waste of an INJ spot because he may not play. Tyler Herro and Duncan Robinson both benefit with him out. 
Jonathan IsaacFORLTorn ACLPre-SeasonNo TimetableIsaac is very fragile and we don't know when we'll see him make his season debut. Wendell Carter Jr. has been filling in at PF and Franz Wagner has done a good job providing offense at SF. 
Markelle FultzGORLTorn ACLPre-SeasonNo TimetableWith Fultz out for an undisclosed amount of time, Cole Anthony takes command of the offense with Jaeln Suggs helping him out in the backcourt. 
Chuma OkekePFORLHipPre-SeasonNo TimetableOkeke will be in a big battle for minutes between Wendell Carter Jr. and Mo Bamba once he comes back. Hip injuries take a while to fully recover from and we need to get a clearer timetable for Okeke. 
Dillon BrooksSG/SFMEMHandPre-SeasonEarly NovemberBrooks injured his Hand and while he's been out, Desmond Bane and De'Anthony Melton have done an excellent job filling in and if Bane especially continues shooting well, the minutes distribution in the Memphis mid-court will be intriguing. 
Donte DiVincenzoGMILAnklePre-SeasonNo TimetableDiVincenzo will need more time before he can get back on the court and reclaim his SG spot on the team and Pat Connaughton and Grayson Allen will continue to see heavy run in the Bucks rotation. Jordan Nwora benefits as well.
T.J. WarrenFINDFootPre-SeasonNo TimetableWe don't know when we'll see Warren back on the court and until he's ready to roll Justin Holiday and Oshae Brissett will see more playing time. 
Thomas BryantCWASTorn ACLPre-SeasonNo TimetableBryant had surgery on his Knee at the beginning of the year and while we don't know when he'll be active again, it wouldn't be surprising to see him back out there in mid-to-late December, but until he's back, Montrezl Harrell and Daniel Gafford will fill in.
James WisemanCGSWKneePre-SeasonNo TimetableWiseman can't shake the injuries and his recovery has been slow and while he's out Kevon Looney and Nemanja Bjelica will get more run. Looney has been drawing starts and Andre Iguodala can shift to PF as well.
Nerlens NoelPF/CNYKKneePre-SeasonDay To DayNoel's Knee is still bothering him and while he's out, Taj Gibson will soak up all of the back up minutes behind Mitchell Robinson. They have Jericho Sims if needed as a reserve.
Serge IbakaPF/CLACBackPre-SeasonNo TimetableIbaka has Back issues and while he recovers Ivica Zubac and Isaiah Hartenstein will handle the middle with Marcus Morris and Nicolas Batum helping out at PF. 
Coby WhiteGCHIShoulderPre-SeasonNo TimetableThe Bulls have a lot of depth now and when White eventually comes back he'll be competing for minutes against Alex Caruso. Lonzo Ball has been playing 36 minutes per game so far so White's minutes could be spotty when he returns. 
Kendrick NunnGLALKneePre-SeasonEarly NovemberNunn should be ready to go in the next couple of weeks and Rajon Rondo will lose out on playing time once Nunn returns as he will back up Russell Westbrook. 
Rudy GayFUTAHeelPre-SeasonNo TimetableGay will be playing behind Royce O'Neale when he returns and we'll have to see whether or not he'll get 20 minutes per game. He mainly operates out of the post, but he can step back and hit shots from the arc still as well. 
Dario SaricPF/CPHXTorn ACLPre-SeasonNo TimetableIt is unknown when we'll see Saric take the court and we will see JaVale McGee back up Deandre Ayton. We may not see Saric at all this season. 
Jonathan KumingaFGSWKneePre-SeasonDay To DayKuminga will be playing behind Draymond Green and Andre Iguodala when he returns and it's uncertain how many minutes will be carved out for him in the Warriors rotation. 
Zach CollinsPF/CSASAnklePre-SeasonNo TimetableWill Collins ever be healthy again? His lower body continues to fail him and because we don't know when he'll be on the court, Keldon Johnson and especially Doug McDermott benefit. 
Trevor ArizaSG/SFLALAnklePre-SeasonDecemberAriza's defense will be needed down the stretch when the Lakers make a title run, but for now while he's out, Malik Monk, Carmelo Anthony and Kent Bazemore will see more burn in the Lakers rotation. 
Talon Horton-TuckerSG/SFLALThumbPre-SeasonMid-NovemberWhen Horton-Tucker returns in the next couple of weeks, Malik Monk and Kent Bazemore will have more competition for minutes. Expect the rotation to shift a bit.
Tony SnellSG/SFPORFootPre-SeasonDay To DaySnell is dealing with a sprained Foot and we've seen him sneak into rotations before and he can definitely get 10-12 minutes per game once he comes back behind Norman Powell. Snell helps out defensively.
Onyeka OkongwuPF/CATLShoulderPre-SeasonLate DecemberOkongwu will be playing behind Clint Capela and Danilo Gallinari once he returns and it's very hard to tell whether or not he'll even account for 15 minutes per contest.
Yuta WatanabeFTORCalfPre-SeasonDay To DayWatanabe is strictly a reserve who will be on the outside looking into the rotation once he's healthy. Chris Boucher can't even get that much love in this rotation. 
E'Twaun MooreGORLKneePre-SeasonDay To DayFranz Wagner has been solid to start off the year and Moore will be an injury-replacement player in the rotation when he's healthy. He's got multiple options in front of him including Terrence Ross