Hummel has not played since Jan. 25 after suffering a broken hand. Saunders added that Hummel has to gain more flexibility in his hand before he returns and there is no timetable on his return.
Both Randolph and Udrih missed Tuesday’s loss to the Jazz with each player dealing with an illness.
The Grizzlies are 3-point underdogs.
Covington suffered an arm injury Sunday and missed Monday's game. He has averaged 13.2 points and 4.7 rebounds in 49 games. With Covington sidelined, JaKarr Simpson will grab the start.
The 76ers are 15-point underdogs in Oklahoma City Wednesday.
Harris has been dealing with a knee issue, which prevented from participating in all of Wednesday's shootaround. Harris had previously missed three games while dealing with the knee issue.
The Magic are 4-point favorites.
Davis has been dealing with a right shoulder sprain and was considered a game-time decision heading into the game. Davis will not be on a minutes restriction, but will wear gear to protect the shoulder, reports Fox Sports. In 48 games, Davis is averaging 23.9 points and 10.2 rebounds.
The Pelicans are 4 1/2-point favorites.
Via Vigilant Sports, Pacers coach Frank Vogel said George has progressed to the point where he can fully participate in practice.
“He’s practicing full-out now,” Vogel said.”I think he’s done three or four practices now; he’s not at full-strength yet so he’s still got some hurdles to get past before he’s able to get out on to the court and play in games. We’re hopeful that that happens this year. We’ll see how the next few weeks progress.”
There is still no timetable for George's return.
George suffered a compound fracture to his right tibia and fibula during a Team USA scrimmage on Aug. 1.
Gordon has an ankle injury, though he was able to participate in Orlando's shootaround. Gordon missed the Magic's previous two games.
The Magic are 4 1/2-point underdogs to the Suns.
Marble has made 16 appearances with the Magic, averaging 2.3 points and 13.0 minutes per game. He's also seen six games of action with Erie of the NBA Development League, averaging 13.0 points, 5.2 rebounds and 2.2 assists in 30.3 minutes per game.
"I look at the way Danny rose up in the Spurs organization, and the way he can knock down shots, but also does the little things," Eddie said last week. "I look at him, and I know what I have to do to make it myself."
Eddie has made 42.2 percent of his three-point attempts and won the NBA Development League Three-Point Contest in February.
"Shooting’s a premium at the NBA level," Eddie said. "With the release that I have and the size that I have, I’ve always had the mindset the I’m an NBA player. Now, it's clear that if you keep working in the D-League, someone will spot you."
Green indicated that the intangibles picked up in the NBADL have helped him make a leap.
"It lights a fire under you to see what it really takes to make it to the NBA," Green said. "So you spend that extra time picking up things defensively. I feel like I’m the guy they look at a lot of times because I just worked really hard and can shoot the ball. Us D-League guys didn’t have the easiest path, but it’s a path that’s worth taking."
"I'm trying to teach the guys how to win," said Boozer. "If I see things out there, I'll let them know what I see and hope they see it for themselves, too. I try to keep guys in good spirits. It’s been a tough year for us, but we’re fighting through it together."
Boozer scored 15 points on 5 of 8 shooting from the field and grabbed 11 rebounds, leading to his first double-double in the last six games.
"I'm a positive man," Boozer said. "I give my parents all the credit for that. They gave us a positive environment. We didn’t have a lot growing up. But we made it fun."