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Pau Gasol is considered probable to play against the Portland Trail Blazers on Tuesday for his first game action since suffering a bout of vertigo more than a week ago.
Nuggets point guard Ty Lawson was set to return for Monday night's game against the Minnesota Timberwolves after missing nearly a month because of a left rib fracture.
Atlanta Hawks forward Paul Millsap has a right knee contusion and will not play Saturday night against the New York Knicks.
Joe Johnson, Andrei Kirilenko and Andray Blatche will play against the Spurs after making it through practice Wednesday, Nets coach Jason Kidd said before the game.
New England Patriots cornerback Kyle Arrington is scheduled to undergo groin surgery on Friday, addressing an injury he played through for most of the 2013 season.
The Brooklyn Nets should be a much healthier team going into Thursday night's matchup with the San Antonio Spurs at Barclays Center.
Defenseman Kevin Bieksa will miss Vancouver's five-game road trip leading into the Olympic break, adding another name to a long list of injuries for the Canucks.
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has opted to have surgery on his groin in the near future, a source told ESPN's Josina Anderson.
Mavericks forward Shawn Marion will not join the team on a two-game road trip after suffering a right shoulder contusion and bruised upper ribs in Tuesday's win against the Los Angeles Lakers.
Cavaliers' starting All-Star point guard Kyrie Irving and his backup, Jarrett Jack, sat out Sunday's game against Indiana.
LeBron James did not practice with the Miami Heat on Tuesday because of a sprained left ankle, leaving his availability for Wednesday night's matchup against the Eastern Conference-leading Indiana Pacers in some doubt.
Andre Iguodala had a target date in mind to return from a right hamstring injury. The Golden State Warriors have a different one.
Kobe Bryant was on the court for nearly every minute of the seven games he played last April before tearing his Achilles.
It's been a tough week for former Kentucky stars and top 2012 NBA draft picks Anthony Davis and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist.
The New Orleans Pelicans say Anthony Davis is expected to be sidelined four to six weeks because of his broken left hand.