Brian Schmitz of the Orlando Sentinel filed this report on his blog earlier today, and it's not good news. Emphases mine:
Shooting guard J.J. Redick sustained a back injury --- believed to be back spasms --- while coming down after a lay-up attempt. He walked out gingerly, needing to pause as he was escorted to the team bus by trainer Tom Smith.
He's likely out for the game against the T-Wolves.
Power forward Pat Garrity sprained his right ankle during the practice and said he was in more pain than usual. "I've done it before, but this hurts," said Garrity, who likely will be a game-time decision.
The Magic are already short big men, and if Garrity can't play, second-year forward James Augustine or veteran Bo Outlaw could be called upon.
I hope that J.J. and Pat recover quickly from their injuries. J.J. hadn't been playing a lot, but we'll need his shooting when (not if) Keith Bogans goes cold. Although Pat isn't a great player, he's a guy who can play the four, and we need all of those we can get since Tony Battie is out for the season.
This thought just occurred to me: if Pat Garrity is unavailable, might Trevor Ariza see some playing time at power forward?
Additionally, Schmitz writes that Stan Van Gundy told reporters that he's made changes to the Magic's rotation, but he did not specify what those changes were. He did say, however, the Magic will use the same starting lineup of Jameer Nelson, Keith Bogans, Hedo Turkoglu, Rashard Lewis, and Dwight Howard. Rumor had it that Adonal Foyle would start against Minnesota because of the Timberwolves' large frontcourt.