Bogut is a new man in training camp, and there's no sign of the back injury that plagued him during the summer. He credits watching the documentary "Is Sugar the New Fat?" in changing his eating habits.
A slimmer, more active Bogut might be less of a misfit when the Warriors go to a smaller lineup, a strategy that worked so well for them last season.
Rose's timetable for a return has not changedm as he is still not expected to resume basketball activities until two weeks after his surgery. The Bulls are hopeful Rose will be ready for the regular season opener, but he will likely need to avoid any setbacks, if he is going to be able to play.
Already dealing with an Achilles injury, Ajinca will now add hamstring injury to a laundry list of troubles for the 27-year-old to start the season. While the severity of the injury is unknown at this point, more information should be available in the coming days.
Kidd-Gilchrist was injured after falling to the floor during Saturday's preseason game against the Magic. The severity of the injury is unknown at this point, however with the season right around the corner more information should be available shortly. The 22-year-old starting small forward had just signed a four-year, $52 million contract extension in the beginning of the September and was considered by some a sleeper heading into the season after averaging nearly 11 points and eight rebounds in 28 minutes a game last year.
Alexander underwent an MRI on Friday, which revealed an aliment in his left knee. The undrafted, once top-5 recruit in the class of 2014 is looking to find a spot on the Blazers roster after having a disappointing freshman season at Kansas.
Alexander averaged 7.5 points, 6.4 rebounds, 1.2 blocks, 0.3 assists, and 0.1 steals in 23 minutes per game through 11 summer league games with the Nets, which was enough for the Blazers to offer him a contract.
He has reportedly played well thus far in training camp and very well could find his way on to a dismantled Portland team in need of some front-court depth after losing LaMarcus Aldridge, Robin Lopez, and Joel Freeland this offseason.
It sounds like this is simply a precautionary measure and Evans would be playing if it were a regular season game. Still, Evans does have a noteworthy history of knee injuries, so it's something worth keeping an eye on.
Whiteside is currently dealing with a calf injury. While it doesn't sound serious, it's a situation worth monitoring. After last season's surprising emergence, there's no reason for fantasy owners not to expect Whiteside to pick up where he left off.
The injury doesn't sound like anything serious, but should still be monitored. Afflalo is expected to start at shooting guard for the Knicks this season.
Nash, who was hired this offseason to work with the Warriors' guards and wings, was working with Thompson on his footwork and ball-handling. Already an All-Star, Thompson is looking to improve in areas to become a more complete player.
76ers coach Brett Brown says the injury is, 'nothing to worry about,' but it's still something to keep an eye on. Stauskas should be very fantasy relevant this year due to more playing time opportunities in Philadelphia.