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NBA Injury News & Projected Starting Lineups: Latest on Jazz, Clippers, More (Monday, Aug. 17)

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Below are the projected starting lineups for each NBA team for Monday’s four-game slate, along with notable news for each squad. For real-time updates to these lineups, check out the NBA Labs Insiders tool.

Last updated Monday at 11:30 a.m. ET.

Projected NBA Starting Lineups for Monday, August 17

  • Boston Celtics: Kemba Walker – Jaylen Brown – Jayson Tatum – Gordon Hayward – Daniel Theis
  • Brooklyn Nets: Caris LeVert – Garrett Temple – Joe Harris – Rodions Kurucs – Jarrett Allen
  • Dallas Mavericks: Luka Doncic – Seth Curry – Tim Hardaway Jr. – Dorian Finney-Smith – Kristaps Porzingis
  • Denver Nuggets: Jamal Murray – Torrey Craig – Michael Porter Jr. – Paul Millsap – Nikola Jokic
  • Los Angeles Clippers: Reggie Jackson – Kawhi Leonard – Paul George – Marcus Morris – Ivica Zubac
  • Philadelphia 76ers: Josh Richardson – Matisse Thybulle – Tobias Harris – Al Horford – Joel Embiid
  • Toronto Raptors: Kyle Lowry – Fred VanVleet – OG Anunoby – Pascal Siakam – Marc Gasol
  • Utah Jazz: Donovan Mitchell – Jordan Clarkson – Joe Ingles – Royce O’Neale – Rudy Gobert

Injury News

  • Boston Celtics: Kemba Walker (knee) will play. Romeo Langford (wrist) is questionable.
  • Brooklyn Nets: Jamal Crawford (hamstring) remains out. Donta Hall (ankle) and Chris Chiozza (adductor) are available to play.
  • Dallas Mavericks: Kristaps Porzingis (heel) is probable.
  • Denver Nuggets: Will Barton (knee) and Gary Harris (hip) are out.
  • Los Angeles Clippers: Landry Shamet (foot), Patrick Beverley (calf) and Montrezl Harrell (personal) are questionable.
  • Philadelphia 76ers: Glenn Robinson III (oblique) and Ben Simmons (knee surgery) are out.
  • Toronto Raptors: Nothing new.
  • Utah Jazz: Mike Conley (personal) and Ed Davis (MCL) are out.

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