A roundup of a few injury related notes from around the league, some of which could have implications on rotations and roster spots.
- Rasheed Wallace is "a ways away" from returning to the Knicks according to ESPNNY.com's Ian Begley.
- The Indianapolis Star's Mike Wells tweeted that former All-Star forward Danny Granger will make his season debut tonight as the first guy of the Pacers bench. He's expected to play 15-20 minutes.
- Sixers center Andrew Bynum has participated in 5-on-5 competition in practice, according to the team's general manager Tony DiLeo, tweets Tom Moore of Phillyburbs.com. South Florida SunSentinel reporter Ira Winderman has reactions from the team's head coach Doug Collins, and they aren't good.
- Magic point guard Jameer Nelson had an MRI on his left knee, and the results showed a bruised left patellar tendon, tweets OrlandoMagic.com reporter John Denton.
- San Antonio Express-News reporter Jeff McDonald reports that Spurs guard Tony Parker has suffered a right triceps contusion, and will miss tomorrow night's game against the Suns.