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The Los Angeles Lakers’ 2020-21 season was ruined by injuries and although the 2021-22 season has not even started yet, it’s looking like that could again be the case this year.

The Lakers have already lost Trevor Ariza for at least eight weeks after he was forced to undergo surgery to repair his injured ankle.

It was then announced before Sunday night’s preseason game against the Phoenix Suns that both Talen Horton-Tucker and Malik Monk would be sitting out with injuries as well.

Frank Vogel was not yet aware of how severe Horton-Tuckers thumb injury was when he spoke to the media on Sunday, with the reason for that being he still had to undergo more tests. Well, it appears the tests results weren’t great as Shams Charania of The Athletic is reporting that Horton-Tucker will undergo surgery to repair a torn ligament in the thumb:

Lakers guard Talen Horton-Tucker has a torn ligament in his right thumb and will undergo surgery, sources tell @TheAthletic @Stadium.

— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) October 11, 2021

While no timetable for Horton-Tucker’s return was revealed, it’s fair to assume he will miss at least the next few weeks after going under the knife.

This timing obviously isn’t great for the Lakers, who open up the regular season next Tuesday against the Golden State Warriors.

The Lakers re-signed Horton-Tucker to a lucrative three-year contract this summer and he was expected to step up and become a legit rotation player, perhaps even starter, this season. While the thumb injury likely isn’t season-ending, Horton-Tucker will now have to find a way to get into a rhythm in the middle of the season after missing a significant portion of time.

In Horton-Tucker’s absence, Kent Bazemore, Wayne Ellington, Kendrick Nunn, Monk, Rajon Rondo and Austin Reaves could all see more action in the guard rotation.

The Lakers currently have 14 guaranteed players on the roster and the expectation was they would go into the season with an open spot to maintain flexibility. With two players now missing time and the possibility for more injuries in the future, it will be interesting to see if they change course and bring in a 15th player.

Monk, who is dealing with a groin strain, will also miss some time as Vogel revealed that he will be re-evaluated in a week, which is just before Opening Night.

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Ahead of the Ravens’ Week 5 matchup against the Indianapolis Colts, it was reported by Adam Schefter of ESPN that teams have reached out to Baltimore about their current group of running backs.

The Baltimore Ravens, after losing three RBs to season-ending injuries during the preseason and then scrambling to replace them, have received trade inquiries from other teams interested in their current group of RBs, per sources.

— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 11, 2021

When the Ravens’ lost their starting rotation at running back, the team signed former New Orleans Saints running backs Latavius Murray and Devonta Freeman. Baltimore then brought in running back Le’Veon Bell, who last played for the Kansas City Chiefs. Those running backs would join second-year rusher Ty’Son Williams who was recently a healthy scratch from the team’s Week 4 matchup against the Denver Broncos. Bell made the move to the active roster in place of Williams.

Murray appears to be the Ravens No. 1 back and it would be shocking if the team decided to trade him away. Before Week 4, Williams was the guy behind Murray. Freeman and Bell have made little impact on the team so far. Freeman has rushed for 41 yards in four games while Bell only has 11 rushing yards since making his Ravens debut.

While the teams who have reached out to the Ravens’ have not been made public, many around the league seem to be in the market for depth at the running back position. It’s also not clear who Baltimore would be willing to trade away.

The NFL’s trade deadline is November 2nd this season. It wouldn’t be surprising if talks heated up in the coming weeks or if a move is made right before the deadline expired.

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