Nov. 6 -- After just one week of the new season, there have been a substantial number of high-profile injuries. Here's an early roundup of injured hoopsters.

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Ray Allen
  The three-time All-Star had arthroscopic surgery on his right ankle on Nov. 2 and is expected to miss six to eight weeks.

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Elton Brand
The Clippers' starting power forward posted 21 points, 15 rebounds and eight blocks in a season-opening loss to Seattle on Oct. 30, but postgame X-rays revealed a hairline fracture of the fourth metatarsal in his right foot. He is expected to miss four to six weeks.

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Tim Duncan
The two-time MVP suffered a grade two sprain to his left ankle in San Antonio's 88-80 loss to Memphis on Nov. 3. He is expected to miss one to three weeks.

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Kenyon Martin
New Jersey's starting power forward hasn't played since spraining his left ankle during a victory over Minnesota on Oct. 31.

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Jamal Mashburn
The All-Star forward had arthroscopic surgery on his right knee Nov. 3 and is expected to miss six to eight weeks.

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Antonio McDyess
Team doctors gave the injured power forward clearance to practice, but not scrimmage, with the team. The distinction is important since the Knicks will consider giving him the okay to rejoin the team only after he participates in several full-squad scrimmages.

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Tony Parker
San Antonio's point guard hasn't played since spraining his left ankle in an Oct. 17 preseason game. His quick return is vital for the Spurs, because Parker's backup, Anthony Carter, is now on the injured list with patella tendinitis in his left knee.

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Jerry Stackhouse
Washington's leading scorer last season had arthroscopic surgery on his right knee in October and says he is not likely to return to the Wizards until December at the earliest.

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Wally Szczerbiak
Minnesota's high-scoring swingman was placed on the injured list Oct. 29 because of strained plantar fascia in his left foot, joining Troy Hudson (sprained right ankle) on the sideline. Both players are eligible to return at any time, having spent the requisite five games on the injured list.

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Chris Webber
Sacramento's perennial All-Star started the season on the injured list while rehabilitating a left knee injury suffered in last season's Western Conference Semifinals. He underwent an exam on the knee Thursday in Atlanta.