Wednesday, October 5 2022
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The 2022 NBA playoffs are almost here. Unfortunately, many teams from across the league’s landscape, including top contenders in each conference, are still shorthanded as they deal with injuries to key contributors. 

Some players, like Paul George and Anthony Davis, are expected to return to their respective teams before postseason play gets underway, while others, like Kawhi Leonard and Zion Williamson, will remain sidelined until the start of next season. The status of some other players, such as Jamal Murray and Michael Porter Jr. in Denver, still remains up in the air. 

As the regular season wraps up, 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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