Another day of hectic training camps, another day of injuries to report. The Cleveland Cavaliers find themselves with a couple significant ailments, the least of which isn't to Baron Davis, who missed his fourth-straight day of practice. His third was Tuesday, when he was seeking a second opinion, and according to the Plain Dealer, the second opinion didn't have good news. Davis is out indefinitely with a bulging disc, though the current estimate is two-to-three weeks.
In other news, Semih Erden is officially out three weeks with a broken thumb. Daniel Gibson missed practice with a tooth extraction which, obviously, shouldn't keep him out long. Omri Casspi is day-to-day with a right knee sprain. Lastly, Manny Harris was shooting after practice, but officially missed practice, and is projected to be out for two weeks.
The Plain Dealer is calling Harris' injury, officially, a foot ulcer. The two weeks is currently a loose figure.