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FutureStarrKlay Thompson Njury
Klay Thompson went off for 50 points in the NBA Finals opener to help the Golden State Warriors beat the Cleveland Cavaliers. He's the first player to score 50 in his first game in the NBA Finals.
We're approaching the quarter mark of the 2021-22 NBA season, and, as is unfortunately always the case, injuries are taking a toll. Some teams have had it worse than others, obviously, but nearly everyone has been shorthanded at one point or another. (Source:One of the biggest names on the injury list this season is Williamson. The Pelicans' young star suffered a fractured foot in the summer, which the Pelicans kept secret until media day. The team then claimed he would be ready for opening night, but that was obviously not the case. In fact, Williamson wasn't even cleared to begin contact drills until earlier this week. He's set to undergo further scans closer to Thanksgiving to determine whether or not he can join team workouts, at which point we'll have a better picture of when he'll be able to play again. Without him, the Pelicans have been a mess, and are currently 3-15. (Source:
The Simmons saga is well known at this point. And though he doesn't have a physical injury we'll include him here since he is reportedly dealing with mental health issues. He doesn't want to play for the Sixers anymore, and the team hasn't found a trade they like and neither side will budge as the standoff continues. Most recently, the two sides have been in dispute over Simmons' mental health treatment, and the team recently resumed fininThe veteran big man was off to a pretty solid start in his first season with the Pistons, but he went down with a Grade II MCL sprain after 10 games. He didn't need surgery, which was good news, but the initial timeline was a hefty six weeks. Barring any setbacks he should be back around Christmas, but the struggling Pistons might already be out of the playoff race by that point.