NBA Injury Report

BKNNets

  • James Harden (SG) Harden is dealing with a hamstring injury but will suit up for the Nets. 06/15 · Probable · Hamstring
  • Kyrie Irving (PG) Irving is battling an ankle injury and will not take the court for the Nets. 06/13 · Out · Ankle
  • Spencer Dinwiddie (PG) Dinwiddie has suffered a partially torn right ACL, and he will miss the remainder of the season. 12/28 · Out · Knee

UTAJazz

  • Mike Conley (PG) Conley is dealing with a hamstring injury and is uncertain to take the court for the Jazz. 06/03 · Questionable · Hamstring

PHI76ers

  • Danny Green (SG) Green is dealing with a right calf strain, and he will not play for the 76ers. 06/11 · Out · Calf
  • Joel Embiid (C) Embiid is recovering from a tear in his meniscus and is uncertain to play for the 76ers. 06/01 · Questionable · Knee

PHOSuns

  • Chris Paul (PG) Paul has entered the league's health and safety protocols and it is unknown when he will return to the Suns. 06/16 · Out · Health Protocols
  • Abdel Nader (SF) Nader underwent knee surgery and he will be out indefinitely for the Suns. 04/26 · Out · Knee

LACClippers

  • Serge Ibaka (PF) Ibaka had season-ending back surgery, leaving him unavailable for the Clippers for the rest of the playoffs. 05/30 · Out · Back

MILBucks

  • Donte DiVincenzo (SG) DiVincenzo suffered a serious tendon injury in his foot and will miss the rest of the season for the Bucks. 05/28 · Out · Foot
  • Jordan Nwora (PF) Nwora is dealing with a left thigh contusion, and he will not take the court for the Bucks. 06/06 · Out · Thigh

ATLHawks

  • Trae Young (PG) Young is dealing with a shoulder injury but is expected to take the court for the Hawks. 06/15 · Probable · Shoulder
  • Brandon Goodwin (PG) Goodwin is battling flu-like symptoms and will not take the court for the Hawks. 05/16 · Out · Illness
  • De'Andre Hunter (SF) Hunter will undergo a season-ending meniscus surgery, leaving him unavailable for the Hawks. 06/01 · Out · Knee
  • Cam Reddish (SF) Reddish had a procedure done on his right Achilles and will not take the court for the Hawks. 03/09 · Out · Achilles

NBA Injury Report

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The NBA injury report lists both long and short term injuries which can affect both single-game bets and futures wagers more than any other sport. Teams must report their active 12 man roster everyday by 5pm local time unless a team is on the second day of a back-to-back, where they must report injuries, sickness or active rest of individual players by 1pm local time.

When betting the NBA, you need to factor in what the impact of an individual player has on that night’s particular matchup. For instance, if the Sixers are playing the Timberwolves and Karl-Anthony Towns is sitting out with knee soreness, you could expect Joel Embiid to have a big game as most backup centers can’t contain Embiid.

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