The NBA Finals are among us, and both the Golden State Warriors and the Boston Celtics are in better shape than ever.
Which players are suffering from injuries and how long will they be sidelined?
For the teams that are still standing, here's a team-by-team breakdown of injuries:
Robert Williams of the Boston Celtics is on a day-to-day basis (knee)
After being labelled as questionable due to a knee injury, Williams played in Games 1, 2, and 3 of the Finals.
He was labelled as questionable for Game 4 on Friday before being declared active, meaning that every Celtic will play.
Gary Payton II, Golden State Warriors: Day-to-day (elbow) Otto Porter Jr.: On a daily basis (foot)
Andre Iguodala: On a daily basis (knee) James Wiseman: I'm done (knee)
Payton, Porter, and Iguodala have all been struggling with injuries in recent games, but none of them are included on the injury report heading into Game 4 on Friday.
Porter has been in all three games of the series, while Iguodala has appeared in two, albeit Iggy's appearance was only for two minutes in Golden State's Game 3 loss.
On March 25, Wiseman was shut down for the season. After injuring his meniscus last April, the No. 2 pick in the 2020 NBA Draft did not play for Golden State this season.