The Chicago Bulls lead the NBA with 605 individual games missed to injury and illness (including COVID-19) over the past three seasons, while the Cleveland Cavaliers are just behind them with 604 games missed by players.
Source: ManGamesLost.com via The Athletic
ANALYSIS: Injuries obviously can derail rosters, and it makes sense that the Cavs (first) and Bulls (third) are among the league leaders in total losses during that span dating back to October 2018. Right now, Cleveland is without Larry Nance Jr. and Kevin Love as they slump to 10-19 on the year. At 12-15, the Bulls will miss Lauri Markkanen for another few weeks due to a shoulder injury.