Aldridge talks about his injury here, courtesy of CSNNW.com:
Batum describes his pain here:
LaMarcus Aldridge underwent an X-Ray, and the Blazers stated that it came back negative. Casey Holdahl talked to Aldridge, who said his left hand is swollen due to a hit from Tony Allen. Aldridge is unsure of his status for Tuesday's game against the Golden State Warriors.
Nicolas Batum said he landed awkwardly on his heels, and he told OregonLive's Joe Freeman that "severe pain shot up legs to his back". His status is unknown.
Both Aldridge and Batum talked to Holdahl after the game:
LaMarcus @aldridge_12 (left hand) and @nicolas88batum (lower back) discuss their injuries postgame in Memphis http://t.co/dRwclVkQA9— Casey Holdahl (@CHold) March 22, 2015
Portland Trail Blazers starting forwards LaMarcus Aldridge and Nicolas Batum went down with injuries in tonight's game versus the Memphis Grizzlies.
Both players started and Aldridge scored 14 points in the first quarter. He appeared to re-aggravate his thumb injury in the second quarter while being guarded by Tony Allen. .
Batum may be suffering from back pain.
Neither player reported for the start of the second half.
Batum was having some back issues at the end of the first half and one assumes Aldridge's issue is with his left thumb— Casey Holdahl (@CHold) March 22, 2015
RT @TrailBlazersPR: Portland F Nic Batum (low back pain) and F LaMarcus Aldridge (left hand injury) will not return " http://t.co/9he37tvBWO— Trail Blazers (@trailblazers) March 22, 2015
We will bring you updates on these stories as they develop.