Atlanta Hawks
Name POS STATUS INJURY Notes
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Bogdan Bogdanovic
POS
SG
STATUS
Questionable
INJURY
Knee
Notes
Bogdanovic is dealing with right knee soreness, and it is unknown if he will be available for the Hawks.
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Brandon Goodwin
POS
PG
STATUS
Out
INJURY
Illness
Notes
Goodwin is battling flu-like symptoms and will not take the court for the Hawks.
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Cam Reddish
POS
SF
STATUS
Probable
INJURY
Achilles
Notes
Reddish is recovering from an Achilles injury, but he will be available to take the court for the Hawks.
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De'Andre Hunter
POS
SF
STATUS
Out
INJURY
Knee
Notes
Hunter will undergo a season-ending meniscus surgery, leaving him unavailable for the Hawks.
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Kevin Huerter
POS
SG
STATUS
Probable
INJURY
Ankle
Notes
Huerter is battling an ankle injury, but he will be available to take the court for the Hawks.
Los Angeles Clippers
Name POS STATUS INJURY Notes
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Kawhi Leonard
POS
SF
STATUS
Out
INJURY
Knee
Notes
Leonard is dealing with a right knee injury and he will not play for the Clippers.
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Marcus Morris Sr.
POS
PF
STATUS
Probable
INJURY
Knee
Notes
Morris Sr. is dealing with a knee injury, but he will be available to play for the Clippers.
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Serge Ibaka
POS
PF
STATUS
Out
INJURY
Back
Notes
Ibaka had season-ending back surgery, leaving him unavailable for the Clippers for the rest of the playoffs.
Milwaukee Bucks
Name POS STATUS INJURY Notes
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Donte DiVincenzo
POS
SG
STATUS
Out
INJURY
Foot
Notes
DiVincenzo suffered a serious tendon injury in his foot and will miss the rest of the season for the Bucks.
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Jordan Nwora
POS
PF
STATUS
Probable
INJURY
Thigh
Notes
Nwora is dealing with a left thigh contusion but is expected to take the court for the Bucks.
Phoenix Suns
Name POS STATUS INJURY Notes
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Abdel Nader
POS
SF
STATUS
Out
INJURY
Knee
Notes
Nader underwent knee surgery and he will be out indefinitely for the Suns.
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Chris Paul
POS
PG
STATUS
Probable
INJURY
Health Protocols
Notes
Paul has cleared the league's health and safety protocols and will suit up for the Suns.

NBA Injury Information

In the NBA, one individual player is more influential than one player in most other sports, due to the smaller roster sizes in professional basketball. This means that NBA injuries can dramatically impact the outcome of a game, and that bettors should know which players are going to be on the floor before placing their bets. This makes checking the NBA injury report essential to placing each bet on NBA basketball, as getting up to date injury news is one of the most valuable resources to basketball bettors.

The NBA injury report provides the latest news on NBA players who are suffering from injuries. Teams are required to disclose the status of players ahead of each game, allowing bettors to know if players are available to play or not. The injury report is also vital to daily fantasy basketball players, as the fantasy impact of an NBA player not playing could be massive, as keeping a player who is not active out of a fantasy lineup is a must to avoid being hit with zero points for that lineup slot.

In the NBA, it is important to remember that the injury report matters at every level of a team's rotation. While losing players in the starting lineup can be devastating, injuries to key reserves can also change the way that a team functions throughout the course of a game. Unlike in football, where a team has a 53-man roster filled with backups, most NBA teams play 10 to 12 players over the course of a season. If one or several of those players is unavailable, it requires other players to play more minutes than they normally would, which could cause a litany of issues.

Not only is it important to know which players are suffering from injuries on NBA rosters, but it is also important to understand how those injuries will impact a team based on their upcoming opponents. If a team has depth at a position in which a player is out injured, it does not impact the team as much as it would if the team only had a couple of viable options at that position. And if a team suffers an injury at a position where they have an advantage or disadvantage against an opponent on their schedule, understanding how that will affect their matchups is a must.

Injuries can be even more impactful in the NBA Playoffs than they are in the regular season. In the playoffs, teams tend to play with shorter rotations, relying more heavily on their star players and their best substitutes. Should one of those players be slowed down or ruled out due to injury, the fate of the NBA championship could be altered for that postseason.