In an interview with Anthony Slater of The Athletic, Eric Paschall said he's anticipating taking on a lesser role with Klay Thompson (knee) and Steph Curry (hand) expected back healthy. "I mean, I know I'm going to take a lesser role," Paschall said. "But I still feel I'm going to make an impact because I feel like I've proven myself. I feel like I'm ready to prove myself at the highest level."
Clint Capela said Friday that his injured right heel feels "way, way better" and indicated that he believes he has fully healed, Chris Kirschner of The Athletic reports.
Dwayne Bacon says his best option is to "go somewhere else" as a free agent, Rick Bonnell of The Charlotte Observer reports. "Maybe I'm not meant for this [Hornets] organization or maybe they don't want me. I don't know," said Bacon.
Raptors coach Nick Nurse said Tuesday that Marc Gasol (hamstring) has trimmed weight during the NBA's shutdown and "looks good" for when the season resumes July 31, Lori Ewing of The Canadian Press reports.
Luka Doncic is working on his conditioning in his native Slovenia with his trainer, Jure Drasklar, the Dallas Morning News reports. "He is not in the best shape, which is normal," Drasklar said. "NBA games will not be played before the end of July, so there is enough time to help him recover and get ready. … However, he undoubtedly would be ready to play right now."
Pau Gasol said Tuesday that he's "feeling good" about the rehab process for his surgically repaired left foot and indicated that he'll likely make a decision on whether to continue his playing career in September or October, Tales Azzoni of the Associated Press reports.
The Timberwolves "feel positive" about Karl-Anthony Towns' wrist but have yet to announce any specifics regarding his recovery, Jon Krawczynski of The Athletic reports.
Trey Lyles stands to benefit from LaMarcus Aldridge undergoing season-ending shoulder surgery.
Darius Miller's (Achilles) status is "up in the air" for the resumption of the NBA season in Orlando, Andrew Lopez of ESPN.com reports.
Jonathan Isaac (knee) isn't expected to be available for the Magic when the NBA season resumes in late July, Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel reports. "There's a difference of being healthy and then being safely healthy," Magic president of basketball operations Jeff Weltman said Thursday. "It will have been a long, long time since [Isaac and Al-Farouq Aminu (knee)] played and you know organizationally that we're never going to put our guys in a position where they're exposed to any sort of risk of injury."
Atlanta general manager Travis Schlenk said Tuesday that Clint Capela (heel) could be available to play in a potential summer competition between the Hawks and the other seven teams who won't be included when the NBA resumes its season in Orlando in late July, Mike Conti of the Atlanta Hawks Radio Network reports.
Saddiq Bey confirmed Tuesday that he will forgo his final two years at Villanova to enter the 2020 NBA Draft, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
LaMarcus Aldridge underwent a procedure to address a right rotator cuff injury and will miss the remainder of the 2019-20 season, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports.
Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle said last week that Jalen Brunson (shoulder) will join the team in Orlando in late July for the restart of the season but won't play in games, Mavericks radio play-by-play broadcaster Chuck Cooperstein reports.
Andre Roberson (knee) is expected to be ready to play when the NBA season resumes in July, Erik Horne of The Athletic reports.
Malik Monk has been reinstated by the NBA following a drug-related suspension in February, Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer reports.
Al-Farouq Aminu (knee) is not expected to play when the NBA season resumes in Orlando, Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel reports.
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."