Kelly Oubre (knee) is expected to be fully recovered from a torn right meniscus and available for the Suns when the season returns in Orlando on July 31, Kellan Olson of ArizonaSports.com reports.
Kyrie Irving (shoulder) will not be available when the NBA season resumes in Orlando in July, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
Kevin Durant (Achilles) reiterated Friday that he will not play for the Nets when the NBA resumes play in Orlando in July, Marc Spears of The Undefeated reports. "My season is over," Durant said. "I don't plan on playing at all. We decided last summer when it first happened that I was just going to wait until the following season. I had no plans of playing at all this season."
Lonnie Walker (lower leg) "should be good to go" once the season resumes in Orlando, Matthew Tynan of The Athletic reports.
Jusuf Nurkic (lower leg) is healthy and expected to play when the 2019-20 season resumes in Orlando, Jason Quick of The Athletic reports.
Zach Collins (shoulder) has healed from his injury and is expected to play once the season resumes, Jason Quick of The Athletic reports.
Dejounte Murray (calf) "should be good to go" once the Spurs resume playing games, Matthew Tynan of The Athletic reports.
Darius Bazley (knee) was seen playing pickup games in Oklahoma City this week and is presumably healed from his right knee sprain, Erik Horne of The Athletic reports.
Evan Fournier (elbow) is fully recovered from his injury and will be ready when the Magic resume play in July, Josh Robbins of The Athletic reports.
Per Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, the 22 teams involved with the NBA's return-to-play plan – LeBron James' Lakers being one of them – will play eight regular-season games in Orlando prior to the start of the playoffs.
Clint Capela (heel) might play if the season resumes, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. According to general manager Travis Schlenk, "Clint says he's feeling better, and there's a possibility that we can get him back on the court. Practicing and playing five games would be valuable to us."
Mo Bamba said he's added 28 pounds since quarantine started and that most of it is muscle, John Denton of NBA.com reports.
In an interview with Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports on Tuesday, Damian Lillard said that if the NBA resumes regular season play, he will not participate in games unless the Trail Blazers have an opportunity to qualify for the playoffs. "If we come back and they're just like, 'We're adding a few games to finish the regular season,' and they're throwing us out there for meaningless games and we don't have a true opportunity to get into the playoffs, I'm going to be with my team because I'm a part of the team. But I'm not going to be participating. I'm telling you that right now. And you can put that in there," Lillard told Haynes.
During a conference call with the media on Tuesday, John Wall (Achilles) once again reiterated that he feels "110 percent" healthy, Fred Katz of The Athletic reports.
Jonathan Isaac (knee) intimated that his knee is feeling strong and Thursday he squatted the most weight he's done since his injury, John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com reports.
Frank Kaminsky (kneecap) is fully healed and will be able to play once the NBA season resumes, Gina Mizell of The Athletic reports.
Victor Oladipo suggested in a recent interview with Michael Lee of The Athletic that he was only at "80 percent" after returning from a ruptured quadriceps tendon in his right knee in late January.
Kenrich Williams has been undergoing treatment for his back at the otherwise closed Pelicans practice facility, Christian Clark of NOLA.com reports. He will be able to practice when the NBA resumes.
Despite the Pelicans' practice facility being closed due to coronavirus, the NBA granted a special exception to the organization allowing Zion Williamson to receive treatment there, Christian Clark of NOLA.com reports. Executive vice president of basketball operations David Griffin noted, "They weren't able to do any court work during that period of time, but they were able to get the [flexibility] work in needed on the table, and so that was important."
In a recent interview with 247Sports, John Wall (Achilles) expressed confidence in his game as he continues to work back from a ruptured Achilles tendon.