Antawn Jamison (wrist) expects to be 100 percent for the start of the season.
Chandler Parsons (knee) said that his knee is "feeling great," and he is confident he'll be ready for the Mavs' regular-season opener on October 28.
Nikola Pekovic has yet to go through any basketball activities since undergoing ankle surgery in April.
Ricky Rubio (ankle) has been fully cleared to play, but has yet to go through any full contact drills.
Kendall Marshall has been at the 76ers' practice facility the past few days and at this point it seems likely that he will get a training camp invite with the club, according to sources of Jake FIscher.
Ricky Rubio said that he's seen Karl-Anthony Towns working out in Minnesota this summer, and that he was impressed with Towns' shooting range.
Baron Davis said he is in great shape and is still hoping for an NBA comeback.
Hornets head coach Steve Clifford said that Al Jefferson has been on a "month-to-month" plan to lose weight.
Blazers general manager Neil Olshey may have insinuated in an interview with Grantland's Zach Lowe that C.J. McCollum and Meyers Leonard could start.
Blazers general manager Neil Olshey said that Al-Farouq Aminu will start at small forward this season.
Kenneth Faried hinted that rookie Emmanuel Mudiay will be the starting point guard this season.
Kyrie Irving (knee) is doubtful to be ready for the Cavs' regular-season opener on October 27, and there's a chance he's not able to go until January, according to sources of Chris Haynes.