Stuckey has opened training camp as the Pacers' starting shooting guard, Scott Agness of Vigilant Sports reports.
Nash is "feeling great" but is still being held out of some practice activities, the Los Angeles Daily News reports.
Middleton missed Wednesday's practice while undergoing a cyst removal procedure and will now be sidelined for a few more days, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
DeRozan has improved his conditioning, and is working on being a better passer and attacking with his off hand, the Toronto Sun's Ryan Wolstat reports.
Miles (calf) has opened training camp as the Pacers' starting small forward, Scott Agness of Vigilant Sports reports.
Bogdanovic has opened training camp playing with the Nets' starting lineup at shooting guard, the New York Post reports.
Gibson will come off the bench, but will still be a focal part of the Bulls' offense and is likely to see most of the fourth quarter minutes at the four again this season, the Chicago Tribune's K.C. Johnson reports. "Taj was probably our best fourth-quarter player last year," coach Tom Thibodeau said. "We're going to finish with the guys who give us the best chance to win. ... We have three guys that I know we can finish with. I'm going to ask them all to sacrifice."
Gasol will start for the Bulls this season, and should see plenty of minutes despite the presence of Taj Gibson off the bench, the Chicago Tribune's K.C. Johnson reports. "Pau is a worker," coach Tom Thibodeau said. "We were talking about his experience with the Lakers and with Phil (Jackson), they didn't have very many days off. He played a lot of minutes, and that's what he is used to. He's used to 37 minutes a game."
Karasev did not participate in Wednesday's practice due to a sore foot, Newsday reports.
McRoberts (toe) returned to practice Monday, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports.
George (leg) acknowledges that he'll likely miss the entire upcoming season, but is holding out hope of being available if the Pacers make the playoffs, CBS Sports reports.
McDaniels signed a one-year, non-guaranteed contract with the 76ers on Wednesday, Yahoo! Sports reports.
Babbitt is competing for the starting small forward job along with John Salmons and Darius Miller, the Times-Picayune reports.
Ezeli (shin) practice "full bore" when the Warriors opened training camp Tuesday, according to head coach Steve Kerr, the San Jose Mercury News reports.
Miles is dealing with a minor undisclosed injury, but is expected to begin the season as the Pacers' starting small forward, Pacers.com's Mark Montieth reports.
Hill worked with the starters Tuesday, but is likely to begin the season as a reserve, Pacers.com's Mark Montieth reports.
Bryant will play in all eight preseason games, Yahoo! Sports' Marc J. Spears reports.
Noah (knee) practiced fully Tuesday, the ESPN Chicago reports.
Dunleavy practiced with the first team Tuesday, ESPN Chicago reports.
Butler (groin) said he would like to sign an extension with the Bulls and his agent continues to work with the team, ESPN Chicago reports.
McDaniels' absence from the beginning of camp could put his role at the start of the season more in question than it already was.
Williams (ankle) didn't practice Tuesday, The Record's Andy Vasquez reports.
Felix will miss approximately four weeks with a Grade One AC joint sprain of his left shoulder, Jazz announcer David Locke reports.
Griffin has been working on the corner three, the Orange County Register's Dan Woike reports.
Thompson developed a three-point shot in the offseason, the Sacramento Bee reports.
Motiejunas will have to compete with Terrence Jones for the starting power forward job, the Houston Chronicle's Jonathan Feigen reports.
Faverani (knee) is set to practice during training camp, but could be limited during some of the sessions of two-a-days, NESN reports.
Jones will have to compete with Donatas Motiejunas for the starting power forward job, the Houston Chronicle's Jonathan Feigen reports.
Landry (knee) was held out of Tuesday's practice, Jason Jones of the Sacramento Bee reports.
Jackson was waived by the Sixers on Tuesday, ESPN's Marc Stein reports.
Henry (knee) missed Tuesday's practice due to back spasms, the Orange County Register reports.
Bradley is unlikely to play the point this season, CSN New England reports.
Nelson is trending toward landing the starting point guard spot with the Mavericks, ESPN Dallas reports. While referring to Nelson as a "natural leader," coach Rick Carlisle said, "He's just got a grit and toughness about him that we really need on this team this year...His game is going to help us, but his personality is going to help us, too."
Williams (ankle) will be running an offensive system under new coach Lionel Hollins similar to the one that the point guard formerly headed in Utah, the Bergen Record reports.
Vonleh (hernia) is hopeful that he'll receive full medical clearance in 2-to-3 weeks, the Charlotte Observer reports.
Jefferson enters training camp devoid of the torn plantar fascia that impacted him in April's first-round playoff sweep at the hands of the Heat, the Charlotte Observer reports.
Nogueira (groin) was limited in Tuesday's practice, TSN's Josh Lewenberg reports.
Caboclo (calf) practiced in full Tuesday, TSN's Josh Lewenberg reports.
Hamilton underwent a procedure to repair an atrial flutter on Monday, the Miami Herald's Joseph Goodman reports.
Monroe's lingering contract situation won't affect his workload in 2014-15, the Oakland Press reports.
Kidd-Gilchrist has revamped his jumpshot this season, the Charlotte Observer's Rick Bonnell reports. "I've never seen a player's shooting mechanics change more in a year than his have," coach Steve Clifford said.
Dudley's knee is once again healthy, Sportsradio 1250 Milwaukee reports.
Coach Jason Kidd said Monday at the team's media day that Sanders will be one of Milwaukee's leaders, in addition to its defensive anchor, Charles Gardner of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Favors expects to dish out more assists in Quin Snyder's offense during the 2014-15 season, the Salt Lake Tribune reports.
Stoudemire was limited in Tuesday's practice, Al Iannazzone of Newsday reports.
Thomas (wrist) will be limited during Tuesday's practice, Paul Coro of AZCentral.com reports.
Lopez is focusing on the defensive side of the ball this season, ESPN New York reports. "[Lionel] wants me to take more charges," Lopez said. "Become a better pick-and-roll defender and crash the glass."
Johnson underwent biomechanical testing this offseason to determine if there was any way to avoid the ankle injuries that have plagued him recently, the Toronto Sun reports. "They broke it down. They stuck light bulbs on me, they have something where you can see your skeleton, the way you jump, run and move," Johnson said. "They see the way I jump, the way I land. What I do in the game. It could be something as little as the way I turn my foot inward when I slide and it just saves me from rolling my ankle. I've been doing that pretty much all summer."
Chandler is likely to begin the season as the Nuggets' starting small forward, the Denver Post reports.
Lowry didn't take it easy after signing the first big free agent contract of his career this offseason, and has reported to training camp in great shape, the Toronto Sun reports.
Valanciunas will get more touches early in games this season according to Kyle Lowry, the Toronto Sun reports. "We have to start games off (feeding Valanciunas in the post), we need him, we're going to put some pressure on him to score the ball for us," Lowry said. "We can't just do all guard-oriented types of things. We have to make sure he's more involved and have to put a little pressure on him to score the ball."
Mozgov will compete with JaVale McGee for the starting center spot, the Denver Post's Chris Dempsey reports.
Robinson (knee) is yet to be cleared for 5-on-5 action, the Denver Post reports.
McGee (leg) is fully ready to play as training camp begins, the Denver Post reports. "I'm real excited to play," McGee said. "I only played four or five games last season. It's a blessing to be back."
Hayward expects to play the stretch-four in certain situations this season, the Salt Lake Tribune reports.
Stoudemire hopes to play around 30 minutes per game this season, ESPN New York reports.
Hickson (knee) has been cleared for full-contact basketball activities following last season's ACL tear, The Denver Post reports.
The Sixers have not decided if Keith Bogans will remain on the roster this season, The Intelligencer reports.
Muhammad is more trim and appears to be in better shape this season, the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. "He looks like a different person," Saunders said. "He ran the floor and didn't look to get too tired."
Carter-Williams (shoulder) has not yet been cleared to scrimmage following surgery on his left shoulder back in May, The Intelligencer reports.
Embiid (foot) seems unlikely to play this season, as he continues to recover from surgery in June to repair a stress fracture in his right foot, The Intelligencer reports.
Gee has signed with the Nuggets, Sportando reports.
Bryant is expected to play in all 82 games this season barring another injury according to coach Byron Scott, InsideSoCal.com reports. "I expect him to play 82 games and to play well," Scott said.
Lee said he is 100 percent healthy after undergoing a procedure to repair a torn abdominal muscle in the offseason, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Gasol will look to be more aggressive this year, the Grizzly Bear Blues reports.
Noah (knee) hopes that he's unlimited during training camp following arthroscopic surgery on his left knee on May 1. "It's going to be a grueling season," he said Monday. "This is the first time I've had surgery on my knee. I'm hoping there are no limitations."
Smith intends to avoid the three-ball and place his offensive focus in the post during the 2014-15 season, the FOX Sports Detroit reports.
Kanter (knee) received confirmation from new coach Quin Snyder that he'll be given the green light from beyond the arc this season, the Salt Lake Tribune reports.
Iguodala underwent a platelet-rich plasma injection in his right knee during the offseason, the San Francisco Chronicle reports. "It was nothing too invasive, but I was really able to take some time off," he said. "My rehab team was amazing. They really got me back to where I wanted to be, maybe even a little better."
Bryant (knee) has been fully cleared for training camp, the Lakers' official site reports.
Henry (knee) was able to play some 5-on-5 last week but hasn't been fully cleared for practice, the Orange County Register reports.
Garnett won't be under the minutes limitation in place during his initial season with the Nets in 2013-14, the Bergen Record reports. "[I'm letting] coach [Lionel Hollins] know that I'm not 18," Garnett said. "If you can, let's be on the same page as far as minutes and stuff like that, just so I have something to give."
Kidd-Gilchrist will compete with Gerald Henderson for the fifth and final starting spot in Charlotte during training camp, the Charlotte Observer reports.
Henderson will compete with Michael Kidd-Gilchrist for the fifth and final starting spot in Charlotte during the preseason, the Charlotte Observer reports.
Stephenson will start at either shooting guard or small forward to commence the 2014-15 season, the Charlotte Observer reports.
Williams (knee) will open the 2014-15 season as the Bobcats' starting power forward, the Charlotte Observer reports.
Batum speculated that he received one day off between France's win in the third-place game at this summer's FIBA World Cup and the start of training camp with the Blazers, The Oregonian reports.
Vucevic (Achilles) is hopeful that a contract extension can be reached with the Magic before the Oct. 31 deadline, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
Coach Rick Carlisle said Monday that he hopes to slightly reduce Nowitzki's minutes this season. "I'd like to continue to work [Dirk's] minutes gradually down," Carlisle said. "I think we can find a way to get him from 32 minutes to 31 or 29."
Rose will play without restrictions this season, Nick Friedell of ESPN Chicago reports.
Payton hasn't been told he'll be the Magic's starting point guard, Basketball Insiders reports.
Coach Tom Thibodeau implied Monday that McDermott may not be a part of the Bulls' nightly rotation, K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Mirotic will require "a period of adjustment," according to coach Tom Thibodeau, K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Splitter (calf) is dealing with a strained right soleus muscle and will be re-evaluated in 7-10 days, Paul Garcia of ProjectSpurs.com reports.
Livingston (toe) was out of his walking boot at the team's media day Monday and hopes to be ready to play opening night, Monte Poole of CSN Bay Area reports.
Holiday said Monday that he is likely to be limited during training camp, Jimmy Smith of the New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.
Clarkson has impressed the Lakers' organization and may challenge for the starting point guard spot by the end of the season, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Bullock says he is 100 percent healthy entering training camp, Dan Woike of the Orange County Register reports.
Wilcox says he's 100 percent healthy entering training camp, Dan Woike of the Orange County Register reports.
Robinson (thumb) said he began "contact" practices last week and expects to be ready when training camp opens Tuesday, Joe Freeman of The Oregonian reports.
Pittman signed a camp deal with the Hawks, Chirs Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Budinger says he feels healthy heading into training camp, Andy Greder of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. "Never thought I'd be eager for camp," Budinger said.
Gray will miss camp after suffering a "cardiac episode" in late-August.
Inglis (foot) hopes to return by Oct. 13, Charles Gardner of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Young does not anticipate spending time in the D-League this season, Ben Rohrback of WEEI.com reports.
Lamb is likely to begin the season in a bench role, The Oklahoman reports.
Jackson is likely to remain in a bench role to begin the season, The Oklahoman reports.
Shumpert said Monday that his surgically repaired knee is fully healthy and stronger than last season, Ian Begley of ESPN New York reports.
Caboclo (calf) will be limited to begin training camp, Josh Lewenberg of TSN reports.
McGary is 100 percent healthy heading into the season, Royce Young of The Oklahoman reports. "Yep, I've been there for the last two or three months. Feeling great."
Coach Jason Kidd said Monday that he wouldn't mind a committee at the point guard spot this season, Charles Gardner of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
The Blazers picked up the fourth-year option on Lillard's contract, Mike Tokito of The Oregonian reports.
Gallinari (knee) may start the season behind Wilson Chandler on the depth chart, coach Brian Shaw intimated Monday, the Denver Post's Chris Dempsey reports.
Olynyk said the wrist injury he suffered is no longer an issue and he will be a full participant in training camp, CSNNE's A. Sherrod Blakely reports.
Teletovic ran with the starters during Monday's practice, the Record's Andy Vasquez reports.
Mahinmi (shoulder) won't see contact during training camp for "the first week or two," Scott Agness of Pacers.com reports.
Hill will be part of a "point guard led team" in the coming season, Candace Buckner of the Indianapolis Star reports.
Hibbert will be featured more in the Pacers' offensive attack this season, Candace Buckner of the Indianapolis Star reports.
Bargnani enters the upcoming season 100 percent healthy, since his previously injured elbow has been healed for the past couple months, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Whittington (leg) expects to be physically ready for the Pacers' first day of training camp, Candace Buckner of the Indianapolis Star reports.
Roberson is considered the favorite for the Thunder's shooting guard spot by writers from The Oklahoman.
Watson will retire and take a coaching position with the San Antonio Spurs D-League affiliate, the Austin Toros, Chris Haynes of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Shumpert and the Knicks have not had any contact regarding a possible rookie scale contract extension, ESPN New York reports.
Morris has signed a multiyear contract extension with the Suns.
Morris has signed a multiyear contract extension with the Suns.
Johnson, who was waived by the Celtics earlier in the week, has been claimed by the Sixers, Marc Stein of ESPN reports.
Thomas was waived by the Celtics on Sunday, Marc Stein of ESPN reports.
Lucas was waived by the Celtics on Sunday, Marc Stein of ESPN reports.
Edwards signed with Cleveland on Sunday.
McRoberts (toe) is expected to be ready for the start of Miami's opener on Oct. 29, the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
Kirilenko will be sidelined for 7-10 days with "tightness" in his back, Newsday's Rod Boone reports.
Landry (knee) was a full participant at practice Saturday for the first time since he tore his meniscus in February, Steve Wilson of NBA.com reports.
Kapono signed a training camp deal with Golden State, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports.
Henry has still not recovered from surgery on his right knee back in April and will not practice when the Lakers' training camp opens Tuesday, InsideSoCal.com reports.
Evans is expected to miss 3-to-5 weeks with a strained right hamstring.
Jenkins (back) is practicing without limitations, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Chris Vivlamore reports.
Kirilenko ran with the starters Saturday in practice, Newsday's Rod Boone reports.
Haywood was a full participant in the Cavs' first practice of the season, the Akron Beacon Journal's Jason Lloyd reports.
Lopez will likely only practice once a day during training camp, the New York Post's Tim Bontemps reports.
Joseph will be Tony Parker's backup to start the season, Paul Garcia of Project Spurs reports.
Wade said his goal is to play every game this season, the Sun-Sentinel's Ira Winderman reports.
Bogans has been traded to Philadelphia along with a future second-round pick to create a $5.3 million trade exception, ESPN's Marc Stein reports.
Kirilenko worked with the starters during Saturday's practice session, Newsday's Rod Boone reports.
Granger (knee) went through a full practice session Saturday, Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
Randle will have to earn minutes behind amnesty acquisition Carlos Boozer this season, general manager Mitch Kupchak said in a press conference today. "We got him (Boozer) looking to help us win games this year. And whatever Julius gets, he's getting after him" Kupchak said when asked about the Lakers' reasons for acquiring Boozer.
Smart will likely assume the starting point guard role throughout training camp, preseason and the first few weeks of the regular season with Rajon Rondo's (hand) recent injury.
Nash is feeling "the best he's felt" according to Lakers' general manager Mitch Kupchak and has been participating in five-on-five scrimmages prior to training camp opening next week, InsideSoCal.com reports.
Bryant (knee/achilles) has lost 10 to 12 pounds during the offseason and has worked out "with no ill effects on either injury" according to general manager Mitch Kupchak InsideSoCal.com reports.
Love understands that he may need to sacrifice some of his excellent numbers in the name of winning, the Akron Beacon-Journal reports. He said, "I've watched guys like Wade and different players that have to sacrifice. I'd be lying to myself and everybody here if I was telling you I didn't have to sacrifice. I'm willing to do whatever it takes for this team to win because at the end of the day, that's what we want, is to win."
Waiters is not sure if he will start or come off the bench for Cleveland, the Akron Beacon Journal reports. He also noted, "I know the ball isn't going to be in my hands that much, probably. So you have to find a way to impact the game - if it's not just scoring, probably on the defensive end also."
Updating a previous report: Rondo had successful hand surgery Friday after breaking it at home Thursday and will have to miss the next 6-8 weeks as a result, The Boston Globe reports.
Rondo is expected to miss the next six weeks after he had surgery to repair his broken hand Friday, The Boston Globe reports.
Livingston (toe) is expected to miss the start of the season, Ibabuzz.com reports.
Jones signed a training camp deal with the Bulls, the Chicago Tribune reports.
Hansbrough signed a training camp deal with the Bulls, the Chicago Tribune reports.
English signed a training camp deal with the Bulls, the Chicago Tribune reports.
Stoudemire is healthy and ready for training camp, but the Knicks may limit his minutes in the future, Newsday reports.
Appearing at Heat Media Day, Granger revealed he underwent knee surgery over the summer, the Miami Herald reports.
Mills (shoulder) claims he's about half-way through is recovery time period, and is trying to return sometime around January, the San Antonio Express-News reports.
Baynes officially re-signed with the Spurs on Friday, the San Antonio Express-News reports.
Bogdanovic will compete to be the Nets' starting shooting guard this season, ESPN New York reports.
Anderson is competing for the Nets' starting shooting guard spot during training camp, ESPN New York reports.
Johnson will open up training camp playing small forward, ESPN New York reports.
Bazemore (foot) will take a limited approach throughout training camp, but should be ready to go come season start, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.
Sims will open camp as one of the starters in the frontcourt, the Philly Inquirer reports.
Noel will open camp as a starter in the frontcourt, the Philly Inquirer reports.
Adams could make a run at the Thunder's starting center position, the Oklahoman reports.
Jennings added 25 pounds of muscle this offseason, the Detroit News reports.
Ginobili (leg) has reportedly been practicing for about a week now without any setbacks, San Antonio Express-News reports.
Stiemsma will be in a training camp battle with Jordan Hamilton and Will Cherry for the final spot on the Raptors' roster, the Toronto Star reports.
Hamilton will be in a training camp battle with Will Cherry and Greg Stiemsma for the final spot on the Raptors' roster, the Toronto Star reports.
Nogueira is expected to get a heavy workload during the Raptors' preseason schedule as he heads into his rookie season, the Toronto Star reports.
Caboclo is expected to get a heavy workload during the Raptors' preseason schedule as he heads into his rookie season, the Toronto Star reports.
Curry will be asked to take on more defensive responsibility this season, CSN Bay Area reports.
Ezeli (shin) will be the Warriors' primary backup to Andrew Bogut after the team learned Thursday that Jermaine O'Neal would not return, CSN Bay Area reports.
O'Neal will not be attending the Warriors' training camp, CSN Bay Area reports.
Taylor was arrested for a second time Thursday for malicious destruction of a building, Lauren Evans of WILX TV reports.
Bogans will be traded to Cleveland for Erik Murphy, John Lucas III, and Malcolm Thomas, ESPN reports.
Lee (abdomen) is expected to be ready to participate at the start of training camp, Yahoo! Sports reports.
Gallinari (knee) remains on track to be ready to participate in training camp, but he has yet to play five-on-five, NBA.com reports.
Taylor was arrested early Thursday morning on charges of domestic assault and malicious destruction of property, NBC Charlotte reports.
Neal has lost 22 pounds during the offseason, Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer reports.
Wroten will open the season as the Sixers' backup point guard, Tom Moore of Calkins Media reports.
Carter-Williams (shoulder) will not be a full participant when Sixers camp opens, Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Brown signed a training camp deal with the Pistons.
Cook signed a training camp deal with the Pistons.
Perkins (quad) sustained a quad injury and will miss the start of training camp, Anthony Slater of The Oklahoman reports.
Horford (chest) is not yet 100 percent but is expected to be ready for the regular season opener, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. "I still think he's got some hurdles to clear. He is not at 100 percent right now but I think we anticipate by opening night and through camp him getting to where he is totally cleared and ready to go," coach Mike Budenholzer said. "He's had a heck of a summer. Al is diligent and works hard and takes care of himself so I think that will all be in a good place."
Collison (knee) will be ready for training camp, Anthony Slater of The Oklahoman reports.
Jones (knee) will be ready for training camp, Anthony Slater of The Oklahoman reports.
Gee was officially waived by the Kings on Thursday, James Ham of Cowbell Kingdom reports.
Vonleh (hernia) has begun doing some on-court work, Rick Bonnell of the CHarlotte Observer reports.
Maxiell will sign with the Hornets on Friday, Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer reports.
Mahinmi (shoulder) is expected to miss the start of training camp, the Indianapolis Star reports.
Huestis will report to the D-League, rather than Oklahoma City's training camp, Anthony Slater of The Oklahoman reports.
Bosh will get a lot more touches in the post this season as the Heat will use him more as an inside-out threat with LeBron James no longer with the team, the Sun Sentinel reports.
Haywood is almost fully recovered from last season's foot surgery and plans to practice from the onset of training camp, which begins Saturday, Northeast Ohio Media Group reports.
Ezeli (shin) is expected to be the primary backup to center Andrew Bogut this season, CSN Bay Area reports.
Bogut is back in the Bay Area and working out with teammates in preparation for the opening of training camp later this month, the San Francisco Chronicle reports. He has recovered from the fractured rib he sustained in April and kept him out of the postseason.
Bledsoe has agreed to a five-year, $70 million contract with the Suns, Yahoo! Sports reports.
Thabeet is expected to sign a non-guaranteed deal with the Pistons in advance of training camp, ESPN reports.
Lee has reached agreement on a contract with the 76ers, Yahoo! Sports reports.
Price signed with the Lakers on Wednesday.
Hopson was waived by the Kings on Wednesday.
Bledsoe has renewed contract talks with the Suns over recent days, The Arizona Republic reports.
Asik has made it clear his only goal this season is to rebound and defend, the Times-Picayune reports.
Gordonfinally healthy after a myriad of injuriesis willing to play whatever role coach Monty Williams has in mind for him this season, the Times-Picayune reports.
Orton is expected to sign with the Wizards, CSN Washington reports.
Thompson will see minutes at center and may even start at the five, the Akron Beacon Journal reports. Although undersized, the team believes that Thompson could handle opposing centers on the defensive end.
Beasley will join the Grizzlies in training camp on a non-guaranteed contract, Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski reports.