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Smith Jr. is dealing with a right ankle sprain, but he is projected to be available for Friday's showdown with the Celtics.
Noel has sat out the previous three contests with a sore left knee, and it is up in the air if he will take the court Sunday versus the Clippers.
Gallinari is hindered by right Achilles soreness, leaving his status for Friday's matchup with the Heat in question.
Rivers has missed the previous two games with a non-COVID-19 illness, but it is likely that he will face the Clippers on Wednesday.
Bullock missed the previous game with right knee soreness, but it is likely that he will battle the Raptors on Wednesday.
Smith Jr. is hampered by a right ankle sprain, but it is projected that he will face the Heat on Wednesday.
Noel is bothered by left knee soreness, and it has yet to be determined if he will face the Hawks on Saturday.
Knox II was recently acquired through a trade, and it is unknown if he will suit up for Saturday's clash with the Knicks.
Irving has made a personal choice to refuse the COVID-19 vaccination, restricting his ability to only play in select road games. It is unclear if he will be active for Friday's contest versus the Spurs.
Harris is idle after having arthroscopic surgery on his left ankle, and he is projected to miss four to eight weeks.
Claxton is out of commission with left hamstring tightness, and there is no timetable for recovery.
Durant is sidelined with a sprained left MCL, and it is projected that he will be idle until the later part of February.
Durant will not take the court against the Thunder on Thursday as he will be given a day of rest.
Harden missed the previous game with a hyperextended left knee, but it is likely that he will suit up Wednesday against the Bulls.
Irving has made a personal choice to refuse the COVID-19 vaccination, restricting his ability to only play in select road games. He will be active for Wednesday's contest versus the Bulls despite a left ankle injury.
Shamet has been activated from the league's health and safety protocol and is dealing with conditioning issues, but it is anticipated that he will battle the Raptors on Tuesday.