Gerald Wallace
Celtics F Gerald Wallace still bothered by surgically-repaired knee
Gerald Wallace, SF, BOS
6:49 PM
News: Celtics forward Gerald Wallace was limited to only five minutes of game action off the bench during Sunday's 44-minute experimental preseason game against the Nets.

Wallace, who is working his way back from a knee bruise, told reporters on Monday that he's still dealing with discomfort whenever he pushes off or tries to explode off his surgically-repaired knee, according to Wallace's role with the team also remains uncertain.

"It's just really whatever the team needs me to do," Wallace said. "I told them, if they need me, they need me, if they don't, they don't. I'm here. I'm always prepared and I'm ready to go whenever they give me the call to go in."


Alex Len
Suns C Alex Len takes part in Monday scrimmage
Alex Len, C, PHO
6:38 PM
News: Suns center Alex Len took part in a scrimmage for the first time since breaking his right pinkie finger and "did pretty well," according to coach Jeff Hornacek on Monday, per The Suns have three preseason games remaining before the start of the regular season on Oct. 29 against the Lakers.

Rodney Stuckey
Pacers' Rodney Stuckey will sit out final two preseason games
Rodney Stuckey, PG, IND
6:31 PM
News: Pacers head coach Frank Vogel told reporters that guard Rodney Stuckey will miss the final two preseason games because a sprained right foot, according to the team's play-by-play announcer. The Pacers will open the regular season Oct. 29 against Philadelphia.

Darrell Arthur
Nuggets F Darrell Arthur playing pain-free again
Darrell Arthur, PF, DEN
6:27 PM
News: Nuggets forward Darrell Arthur, who missed 12 games last season due to hip and knee injuries, told the Denver Post he's back to playing pain-free again. Arthur underwent offseason arthroscopic surgery in his knee.

"I feel great," Arthur said. "Doctors did a great job. The trainers are doing a great job of stretching me out, keeping my hips loose and just maintaining my knee, just watching over it. It's been good. My knee feels 80 percent right now. It's getting better every day. All I'm worried about is getting my conditioning back."


David West
Pacers F David West will undergo an MRI, plans to play opener
David West, PF, IND
6:16 PM
News: Pacers forward David West is expected to undergo an MRI on his injured sprain on Monday, according to the team's official website. West told reporters that he badly sprained his ankle in Saturday's preseason game, but expects to be ready for the regular season opener on Oct. 29 against Philadelphia.

Ronnie Price
Report: Lakers G Ronnie Price a lock to make final roster
Ronnie Price, PG, LAL
6:13 PM
News: Lakers guard Ronnie Price is a lock to make the final roster, according to the Los Angeles Times. The 31-year-old signed a non-guaranteed deal with Los Angeles before the start of the preseason. He's averaging 8.5 points over four preseason games. 

Andrea Bargnani
Knicks' Andrea Bargnani not ready to return from hamstring issue
Andrea Bargnani, C, NY
6:07 PM
News: Knicks center Andrea Bargnani was ruled out for Monday's preseason game, coach Derek Fisher told Newsday. Bargnani is still dealing with some discomfort in his hamstring and will likely need more time to recover.

The Knicks will open the season Oct. 29 against Chicago.


Rajon Rondo
Celtics G Rajon Rondo could be back for opening night
Rajon Rondo, PG, BOS
6:04 PM
News: Celtics guard Rajon Rondo could be available to return from hand surgery on opening night against Brooklyn on Oct. 29, according to the team's official website. Rondo appears to be ahead of schedule in his recovery from a fractured third left metacarpal. He had surgery late September and was expected to be sidelined 6-8 weeks. He's nearing his fourth week of rehab. 

"He's progressing great," coach Brad Stevens said. "Obviously, he won't do any contact before the end of the week but there's a chance that he'll be cleared to do some stuff by the end of the week."


Glen Jr. Rice
Wizards' Glen Rice Jr. to miss remainder of preseason
Glen Jr. Rice, SG, WAS
5:58 PM
News: Wizards guard Glen Rice Jr. (ankle) has been cleared for cardiovascular exercises, but will likely miss the remainder of the preseason, according to the Washington Post. Rice remains hopeful of returning to action for the regular season opener Oct. 29 against Miami.

Kris Humphries
Wizards C Kris Humphries will be re-evaluated on Monday
Kris Humphries, PF, WAS
5:42 PM
News: Wizards center Kris Humphries, who is 10 days removed from surgery to repair his right pinkie finger, is expected to be re-evaluated on Monday, per the team's official website. Humphries will have nine days to recover in time for his team's regular season opener against Miami on Oct. 29.

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