Felder is currently undergoing the league's concussion protocol, NBA.com reports.
Felder sustained the injury during Friday's practice. His status for Tuesday's season opener against the Knicks is expected to be announced Tuesday morning. Felder recently won the back up point guard job for the defending champions.
Landrum was promoted from the Chargers' practice squad to the active roster on Saturday, Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Landrum is set to provide depth at outside linebacker for the Chargers in Atlanta on Sunday while Jerry Attaochu (ankle) is sidelined. Landrum, a rookie out of Jacksonville State, will be making his NFL debut.
Zatkoff sustained an undisclosed injury at Saturday's morning skate, requiring assistance on way his to the locker room, Elliott Teaford of the Southern California News Group reports.
The Kings will be in serious trouble if this turns out to be a significant injury. Stud backstop Jonathan Quick is out for several months due to a groin ailment, and Zatkoff, despite getting off to a terrible start with an 0-3-0 record and 4.37 GAA in three games, at least served in a backup role with the Penguins in the regular season of 2015-16, and still held a clear advantage over Peter Budaj, who's logged a grand total of three games since spending the 2013-14 campaign with the Habs. Look for the Kings to reevaluate Zatkoff in a timely fashion given the circumstances -- it's a foregone conclusion that he'll miss at least Saturday's game against the Canucks.
Looney was scoreless (0-1 FG) with four rebounds, one assist and one steal in six minutes in Golden State's preseason win over Portland on Friday.
Looney finished out the preseason, averaging 4.5 rebounds in 12 minutes per game. Hitting the boards is a strength of Looney's, and probably the team's weakest area, but the second-year power forward will not have a regular role in the Warriors' nightly rotation. After missing nearly all of last season due to hip surgery, expect Looney to get development time for Santa Cruz in the aptly named NBA Development League.
Murray exited Friday's game against Chicago with an upper-body injury after logging just 4:38 of ice time, and wasn't able to return to that contest. The fact that he didn't travel with his teammates to Dallas suggests he may be in line for an extended absence, as Saturday's game represents the beginning of a four-game road trip for the Jackets. At this point in time a definitive timetable for Murray's return to game action has not been established.
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