Boston Celtics
NAMESTATUSDATE
Kris HumphriesOutApr 23
Comment: Humphries averaged 8.4 points, 5.9 rebounds and 0.9 blocks per game in 69 games this season for the Celtics.
Vitor FaveraniOutApr 23
Comment: Despite a hot start, Faverani ends the 2013/14 with only 37 games played (and a 13.2 minutes per game average) due to a season-ending knee surgery in March.
Keith BogansOutApr 23
Comment: Bogans ended the year without being affiliated with an NBA team, as he was dismissed by the Celtics on April 13th.
Jerryd BaylessOutApr 23
Comment: Bayless improved his 2013/14 season after being traded to Boston, averaging 10.1 points, 3.1 assists, 1.2 treys and one steal per game in 41 games with the Celtics.
Rajon RondoOutApr 23
Comment: Rondo returned from the prior year's devastating ACL injury to play 30 games, averaging 11.7 points, 9.8 assists and 5.5 rebounds per game.
Charlotte Bobcats
NAMESTATUSDATE
Al JeffersonDay-To-DayApr 23
Comment: Jefferson (foot) remains a game-time call for Wednesday's Game 2 against the Heat, but he's on the court warming up with the intention of playing, the Charlotte Observer reports.
Al JeffersonDay-To-DayApr 23
Comment: Jefferson (foot) is still a game-time decision and the Bobcats won't know if he'll play in Game 2 until he gets on the floor for warm-ups, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports.
Al JeffersonDay-To-DayApr 23
Comment: Jefferson (foot) is confident he will play on Wednesday, the Charlotte Observer reports.
Al JeffersonDay-To-DayApr 22
Comment: Jefferson (foot) might be a game-time decision for Wednesday's Game 2 against the Heat, the Charlotte Observer reports.
Al JeffersonDay-To-DayApr 22
Comment: According to coach Steve Clifford, Jefferson may not participate in shootaround Wednesday before the team's Game 2 matchup with the Heat, the Charlotte Observer reports.
Al JeffersonDay-To-DayApr 21
Comment: Jefferson (foot) said he will play in Wednesday's Game 2 against the Heat, CBS Sports reports.
Al JeffersonDay-To-DayApr 21
Comment: Jefferson is currently awaiting MRI results on his injured left foot, CBS Sports reports.
Al JeffersonDay-To-DayApr 20
Comment: Jefferson suffered a tear in relation to the plantar fasciitis in his foot Sunday and left the arena in a walking boot; however, he plans to continue to play with the injury, the AP reports.
Al JeffersonDay-To-DayApr 20
Comment: Jefferson suffered a left plantar fascia sprain during the first quarter of Sunday's playoff game in Miami, the Bobcats' official Twitter account reports.
Chicago Bulls
NAMESTATUSDATE
Greg SmithDay-To-DayApr 23
Comment: Smith (knee) sat Game 2 against the Wizards on Tuesday.
Derrick RoseOutApr 21
Comment: Rose (knee) will not return at any point in the Bulls' playoff run, even though he's making solid progress and is hopeful that he'll be a participant in USA's team competing in the World Cup of Basketball this summer in Spain, ESPN reports.
Greg SmithDay-To-DayApr 20
Comment: Smith (knee) did not dress out for the Bulls' Game 1 matchup with the Wizards on Sunday.
Golden State Warriors
NAMESTATUSDATE
Andrew BogutOutApr 22
Comment: Bogut (ribs) remains listed as out indefinitely. There has been no change in his status, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Nemanja NedovicOutApr 20
Comment: Nedovic is out indefinitely due to a strained right calf, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Houston Rockets
NAMESTATUSDATE
Jeremy LinDay-To-DayApr 23
Comment: Lin (illness) said he was feeling better on Wednesday and will be ready to go for Game 2.
Jeremy LinDay-To-DayApr 22
Comment: Lin did not participate in practice Tuesday as he was experiencing flu-like symptoms, Rockets.com reports.
Patrick BeverleyDay-To-DayApr 21
Comment: Beverley (knee) will likely play in Wednesday's Game 2 against the Blazers, Yahoo! Sports reports.
Los Angeles Clippers
NAMESTATUSDATE
Jamal CrawfordDay-To-DayApr 24
Comment: Crawford (calf) will play Game 3 against the Warriors on Thursday, the OC Register reports.
Jamal CrawfordDay-To-DayApr 24
Comment: Crawford aggravated his calf issue during the second half of Monday's Game 2 win versus the Warriors, the Orange County Register reports.
Danny GrangerOutApr 21
Comment: Granger (hamstring) scored 15 points (6-10 FG, 3-4 3Pt) and grabbed three rebounds in 18 minutes Monday.
Memphis Grizzlies
NAMESTATUSDATE
Courtney LeeDay-To-DayApr 21
Comment: Lee is back on the bench after limping to the locker room and is available to return, the Grizzlies' communications department reports.
Courtney LeeDay-To-DayApr 21
Comment: Lee left Monday's game midway through the third quarter, limping to the locker room, The Oklahoman's Anthony Slater reports.
Tayshaun PrinceDay-To-DayApr 21
Comment: Prince (illness) is feeling much better Monday, and will take the court against the Thunder for Game 2 after seeing just four minutes in a Game 1 loss.
Tayshaun PrinceDay-To-DayApr 20
Comment: Prince (illness) practiced Sunday and is expected to start Monday's Game 2 against the Thunder, FOX Sports Memphis reports.
Miami Heat
NAMESTATUSDATE
Michael BeasleyDay-To-DayApr 23
Comment: Beasley (ankle) is inactive for Wednesday's Game 2 against the Bobcats, the Associated Press reports.
Mario ChalmersDay-To-DayApr 23
Comment: Chalmers (shin) will play in Wednesday's Game 2 against the Bobcats, Turner Sports reports.
Mario ChalmersDay-To-DayApr 23
Comment: Chalmers (shin) will warm-up before the Heat's Game 2 against the Bobcats with the intention to play, but is still a game-time decision, the Miami Herald reports.
Mario ChalmersDay-To-DayApr 23
Comment: Chalmers (shin) practiced on Friday morning but is still considered a game-time decision for Game 2, the Associated Press reports.
Mario ChalmersDay-To-DayApr 22
Comment: Chalmers (shin) did not practice Tuesday and is considered day-to-day ahead of Wednesday's Game 2 versus Charlotte, the Heat's official Twitter account reports.
Michael BeasleyDay-To-DayApr 20
Comment: Beasley (ankle) has been ruled out for Sunday's Game 1 against the Bobcats, the Charlotte Observer reports.
Milwaukee Bucks
NAMESTATUSDATE
Carlos DelfinoOutApr 21
Comment: Delfino (foot) did not appear in a single game this season.
Ersan IlyasovaOutApr 21
Comment: Ilyasova endured an injury-riddled 2013-14 season in which he averaged 11.2 points and 6.2 rebounds while shooting 40.9 percent from the floor.
O.J. MayoOutApr 21
Comment: Mayo's first season in Milwaukee was a disaster as he missed 30 games and averaged a career-low 25.9 minutes.
Larry SandersOutApr 21
Comment: Sanders (eye) had an extremely disappointing 2013-14 season marred by injuries and off-the-court issues.
Ekpe UdohOutApr 21
Comment: Udoh was again unable to escape injuries in 2013-14 and was limited to just 42 games. He finished the season with averages of 3.4 points and 3.5 rebounds in 19.1 minutes.
Nate WoltersOutApr 21
Comment: Wolters (hand) enjoyed a surprisingly successful rookie campaign, appearing in 58 games and making 31 starts.
Philadelphia 76ers
NAMESTATUSDATE
Jason RichardsonOutApr 24
Comment: Richardson (knee) was unable to take the court this season as he incurred setbacks throughout his rehab process that kept elongating his return date.
Nerlens NoelOutApr 21
Comment: Noel (knee) intends to participate in the Summer League during the offseason, the Delaware County Daily Times reports.
Phoenix Suns
NAMESTATUSDATE
Goran DragicOutApr 23
Comment: Dragic has been named the NBA's Most Improved Player, The Arizona Republic reports.
Portland Trail Blazers
NAMESTATUSDATE
Damian LillardDay-To-DayApr 21
Comment: Lillard was kneed in the thigh during Sunday's playoff game against the Rockets but it's not serious and he'll be available Wednesday for Game 2, Ultimate Rockets reports.