Week In Review: 10/9/16-10/15/16

With the preseason now in full swing, here’s a look back at all the notable news and events from around the NBA this past week:




  • Clippers rookie Brice Johnson suffered a herniated disc in his lower back and will be out of action for an indefinite amount of time.
  • Trail Blazers big man Meyers Leonard was cleared for all practice activities.
  • Despite numerous reports relaying that the Kings are shopping Ben McLemore and Rudy Gay, team executive Vlade Divac stated that Sacramento intends to hang onto both players this season.
  • The Pistons announced that starting point guard Reggie Jackson will be out of action for six to eight weeks. Jackson has been diagnosed with a UCL strain in his right thumb and tendinosis in his left knee.
  • The NBA D-League’s draft order was announced.
  • The Hawks announced that Tiago Splitter was diagnosed with a grade 2 hamstring strain and he will be out a minimum of four weeks.
  • Pelicans big man Anthony Davis sprained his ankle and will be out of action for 10-14 days.
  • Veteran point guard Mo Williams, who remains on the Cavaliers’ roster despite indicating he would retire, underwent left knee surgery this week.
  • As the NBA and NBPA work toward finalizing a new Collective Bargaining Agreement, the league is also reportedly considering the possibility of expansion.
  • The National Basketball Players Association is reportedly monitoring the Chris Bosh situation in Miami.
  • Pistons assistant coach Tim Hardaway was suspended by the NBA for the first three games of the regular season.

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