Tuesday, December 7 2021
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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. 

A number of stars, such as Kawhi Leonard, Klay Thompson, Zion Williamson and Jamal Murray, are still working their way back from injuries suffered before the season. Others, like youngsters Evan Mobley, Patrick Williams and Collin Sexton, have been hurt since play resumed. 

As the season rolls along, here’s a look at the most significant injuries around the league, and when these players might be back on the court. To see more injury updates around the league, click here.

Source: CBSSports.com

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