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Daily NBA Injury Roundup for May 2nd, 2019

RotoBaller has assembled a list of daily NBA injury updates to help you prepare both your seasonal and daily fantasy basketball (DFS) lineups, every day of the NBA season.

Below is our updated list of injured NBA players for May 2nd, 2019. Only players on teams that are scheduled to play today will appear below on this list.

Understanding the injury landscape is key in all forms of fantasy basketball, especially when setting DFS lineups on sites like FanDuel and DraftKings. Consider this your one-stop overview of fantasy-relevant injuries around the NBA.

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NBA Injury Roundup for May 2nd, 2019

Note: this post is automatically updated throughout the day, every 5 minutes, in case new injury updates are reported.

Name Team Status Opponent Home/Away Notes
Jeremy Lin TOR Out (Back) PHI Away Lin is nursing back spasms and will not suit up against the 76ers in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference second round.
OG Anunoby TOR Out (Appendix) PHI Away Anunoby is on the mend from an appendectomy. A timetable has yet to be established for his return to the court.
Chris Boucher TOR Out (Back) PHI Away Boucher is dealing with back spasms and will not be available for Game 3 of the Eastern Conference second round against the 76ers.
Mike Scott PHI Probable (Heel) TOR Home Scott has sat out the last two contests while dealing with a right heel contusion and plantar fasciitis. It is anticipated that he will suit up for Game 3 of the Eastern Conference second round against the Raptors.
Greg Monroe PHI Probable (Ankle) TOR Home Monroe is battling a left ankle sprain but is likely to face the Raptors in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference second round.

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