Danilo Gallinari (knee) will have surgery on his meniscus on Monday.
Ty Lawson (back) will play against the Hornets on Monday.
James Young (shoulder) went through practice on Monday and will be available to play on Tuesday
Russell Westbrook said he might take less 3-pointers this season.
Avery Bradley took a shot to his head on Sunday, but is expected to be fine.
DeMarcus Cousins, Omri Casspi, Reggie Evans and Ramon Sessions are all probable to play against the Warriors on Monday.
Mo Williams was not at practice due to a personal matter and will rejoin the team in Cleveland on Tuesday.
Byron Scott intends to start Ed Davis and Ronnie Price for at least another 8-to-13 games, as he's been pleased with the early returns of his lineup change.
Josh Smith has been linked to the Heat in addition to the Kings, Clippers and Mavericks, but the Rockets remain the apparent frontrunner to sign him once he clears waivers.
John Henson (foot) has been dealing with pain in his foot and visited a doctor on Monday.
Kobe Bryant was held out of practice on Monday and coach Bryon Scott has not decided on his status for Tuesday.
Troy Daniels said he is hoping to " get the green light" from the Wolves to shoot.
Kyle Singler is expected to stay in the starting lineup for the Pistons with Josh Smith being waived on Monday.
Paul Pierce (left toe) missed practice on Monday, but will play Tuesday.
Martell Webster (back) almost went through a full practice on Monday, but will not play on Tuesday.