Another day and another player added to the NBA’s disabled player’s list. Los Angeles Clippers point guard Milos Teodosic is expected to undergo an MRI after suffering a foot injury in the Clips’ 130-88 win over the Phoenix Suns on Saturday at Staples Center.

Teodosic, who is finally playing in the NBA after building up a legendary career in the Euro League, sustained the injury after he stepped on Devin Booker’s foot on an offensive rebound play in the second quarter. He was carried off the floor after initially struggling to put some weight on his injured foot, but the Serbian guard eventually managed to hobble towards the locker room.

He did not return in the game, finishing with five points and two assists in 11 minutes.

According to Brad Turner of the Los Angeles Times, X-Rays on Teodosic’s foot came back negative though he will still undergo MRI to determine the extent of the damage. With Teodosic likely to sit out for a few games, Clippers head coach Doc Rivers is expected to use Patrick Beverley more at the point guard spot and insert Austin Rivers to the starting lineup.

Teodosic signed a two-year, $12 million deal with the Clippers in July to fill the void left by Chris Paul after his trade to the Houston Rockets.

Chris Paul

Speaking of Paul, the Rockets will have to play the next few weeks without their starting point guard who is suffering from a bruised left knee.

According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, the timetable for Paul’s return is two to four weeks, leaving Harden as the primary playmaker for the Rockets during that span.

Houston traded for Harden last summer for the purpose of alleviating Harden from playmaking duties. Mike D’Antoni believed putting Paul alongside Harden will make the team more formidable and prepared for the Golden State Warriors.

That proved to be true as the Rockets stunned the defending champ, 122-121, on opening night.

Rodney Hood

Hood dodged a long-term injury after MRI test on left leg revealed a mild lower leg strain. The 24-year-old Hood was carried off the court at the Target Center after stepping on Karl Anthony Towns’ foot in the second half of Friday’s 100-97 loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves.

After seeing former Jazz player Gordon Hayward suffer a season-ending injury on opening day, Utah’s head coach Quin Snyder felt relieved to know that Hood’s injury wasn’t that serious. The former Duke standout will have a big role for the Jazz this season, replacing Hayward as the primary go-to-guy from the perimeter. Utah hopes the inside-outside combo of Rudy Gobert and Hood will propel the Jazz back to the playoffs this year.