Injuries can always derail a team. For each team, they are going to miss on a particular player. With the season looming, these are the biggest injuries to each team as we enter the 2017-2018 season.

Tyler Dorsey-Atlanta Hawks

The prolific scorer out of the University of Oregon has an ankle injury. It is not a serious injury as he is questionable for the start of the season. Dorsey was one of the main reasons why Oregon made the final four this past season. In a rebuild for the Hawks, Dorsey could be a ten point a night scorer in his rookie year.

Jaylen Brown-Boston Celtics

Brown was the No. 3 overall pick in 2016, and had a successful rookie campaign. He is expected to be the sixth or seventh man off the bench this year. He has a thigh injury and is questionable for the start of the season.

Allen Crabbe-Brooklyn Nets

Crabbe was traded to the Nets this past offseason by the Trail Blazers. Crabbe might be one of the offensive threats on a bad Nets team. Regardless, his foot injury has him probable for the start of the season. The Nets cannot afford to lose too many players.

Malik Monk-Charlotte Hornets

Monk lost draft stock at the end of the college season, but the left handed shooter out of the University of Kentucky can play. The Hornets had a busy offseason in acquiring Dwight Howard, and want to make the playoffs.

Monk is probable for the start of the season.

Zach LaVine-Chicago Bulls

LaVine was part of the package that brought Jimmy Butler to Minnesota. LaVine averaged 18 points a game last season before a season ending injury. His knee injury has him out until about November 15th. The Bulls might be in a hole by then but would love to see what LaVine brings to the table.

Derrick Rose-Cleveland Cavaliers

No one likes to see knee injury next to Rose. The new Cavs guard could be the starting point guard or the backup. Who knows if Kyrie Irving will be with the team or not. If he's not, Rose could be used in a much larger role.

Seth Curry-Dallas Mavericks

The Mavericks are pretty healthy as Curry is the only injured player on the team.

He is expected to be ready by the start of the season.

Jamal Murray/Kenneth Faried-Denver Nuggets

Both are tied for the honor as both are essential to the team's success. Faried is an Olympic gold medal winner with a ton of experience, while Murray is the go-to scorer on the team. The Nuggets have a young, but the deep roster that looks to make the playoffs this season. Murray's groin and Faried's back need to heal quick.

Andre Drummond-Detroit Pistons

Drummond has an injured nose but should be ready for the start of the season. Honorable mention goes to Reggie Bullock, who is out until October 30th with a suspension.

Kevon Looney-Golden State Warriors

Looney should be ready for the start of the season.

He might also be the only player on the Warriors where you question who he is.

Nene-Houston Rockets

Nene is the hard working post player that is underrated in the league. His groin injury is not serious as he is projected to be ready for the start of the season. With the Rockets unloading their bench this offseason for Chris Paul, Nene cannot be out for very long.

Edmond Sumner-Indiana Pacers

The guard has a knee injury that will keep him out until a projected February 1st date. Sumner averaged 14.3 points last season for the University of Xavier.

Danilo Gallinari-LA Clippers

He should be ready for the start of the season, but his injury is reckless. Gallinari broke his hand after punching an opponent during an exhibition game in Europe.

Gallinari will need to pick up the offensive slack lost in losing Paul this year.

Brandon Ingram-LA Lakers

Ingram hurt his leg in summer league, and he did not return. He is projected to be ready for the start of the season, but his injury was scary. The No. 2 overall pick in 2016 is looking to take another step this season.

Ben McLemore-Memphis Grizzlies

McLemore was the Grizzlies best sign this past offseason, but a broken foot will keep him out until November 2. It was not as scary as some though. However, he is still to miss 6-8 week of team activity.

Dion Waiters-Miami Heat

A hurt foot won't keep Waiters out for long. Waiters was more in the news for telling Irving that he was in charge if Irving came to Miami, and that Irving would not be the alpha male.

Jabari Parker-Milwaukee Bucks

The former No. 2 overall pick in 2014 tore his ACL and is expected to be out until February 1st. Parker has had trouble in staying on the court. He will hopefully help the Bucks down the stretch in the second half of the season.

Nemanja Bjelica-Minnesota Timberwolves

Not a lot of news here. Bjelica has a foot injury, and will be ready for the start of the season.

DeMarcus Cousins/Anthony Davis-New Orleans Pelicans

It might be protocol to report these injuries even though they are serious. However, it can make fans worried when the team's two best players are on the report. Both will be ready for the start of the season even though Cousins has an Achillies that bothers him, and Davis has a bum knee.

Joakim Noah-New York Knicks

Noah is out on a 20 game suspension for a banned substance, and won't return until at least November 20. Noah is starting to look like a bust when Phil Jackson signed him a year ago.

Patrick Patterson-Oklahoma City Thunder

Patterson has a hurt knee, but should be ready for the beginning of the year. OKC brought in Patterson with the notion that he will fill in depth on the bench.

Orlando Magic-No injuries

The rookie clan-Philadelphia 76ers

Despite all being listed as non-serious injuries, listen to this. Markelle Fultz is listed with an ankle injury. Jahlil Okafor, and Joel Embiid are both listed with knee problems. Ben Simmons is listed with his foot injury that kept him out of all of last year.


Brandon Knight-Phoenix Suns

Knight tore his ACL and is out until at least May 1st. This hurts his career, but also the Suns as the team was looking to potentially use him as a trade chip this season.

Zach Collins-Portland Trail Blazers

Collins has an injured quad, but is not listed as serious. Portland traded up to get the lottery pick. It would be a shame if Collins missed time.

D'Aaron Fox-Sacramento Kings

The No. 5 overall pick in the draft has an injured toe, but is not listed as serious. Fox is looking to play significant minutes this year on a young Kings squad.

Tony Parker-San Antonio Spurs

Parker has a quad injury that will keep him out until at least January 1st. Parker is not the same guard he was, but can still contribute for a team.

However, the Spurs have the depth to play well without him.

Malcolm Miller-Toronto Raptors

Same as the Timberwolves. He should be ready for the start of the season, and is a backend bench guy.

Rodney Hood-Utah Jazz

The Jazz lost serious offense when Gordon Hayward left. The Jazz are going to look to an assortment of players to pick up the slack. Hood is going to be one of those players.

Washington Wizards-No injuries