NBA Playoffs: Injuries & Suspensions

Playoff Team Injuries

– 76ers: Spencer Hawes (achilles)

– Bulls: Derrick Rose (knee), Taj Gibson (ankle), Joakim Noah (ankle), Luol Deng (wrist), C.J. Watson (ankle), Richard Hamilton (shoulder)

– Celtics: Paul Pierce (knee), Ray Allen (ankle), Avery Bradley (shoulder), Mickael Pietrus (concussion), Jeff Green (heart), Jermaine O’Neal (wrist)

– Clippers: Chris Paul (groin), Blake Griffin, Caron Butler (wrist), Chauncey Billups (achilles)

– Grizzlies: Zack Randolph (knee), Darrell Arthur (achilles)

– Hawks: Al Horford (chest), Josh Smith, Zaza Pachulia (foot)

– Jazz: Devin Harris, Earl Watson (knee), C.J. Miles (calf)

– Knicks: Amare Stoudemire (hand), Iman Shumpert (knee), Baron Davis (knee), Jeremy Lin (knee)

– Lakers: Kobe Bryant (shin)

– Magic: Dwight Howard (back)

– Mavericks: Shawn Marion (finger)

– Nuggets: Al Harrington (nose), Corey Brewer (eye), Wilson Chandler (hip), Rudy Fernandez (back)

– Thunder: Kendrick Perkins (hip), Eric Maynor (knee)

Playoff Suspensions

– Celtics: Rajon Rondo (1 game, bumped official)

– Lakers: Metta World Peace (7 games, elbowed OKC guard James Harden)

– Mavericks: Lamar Odom (indefinitely, team decision)

This does not include the countless injuries that occurred throughout the regular season. The lockout has definitely affected the players, as was the case in the NFL this past season.