Sunday, 9:30 p.m. EST, Brooklyn Nets (6-7, 11th in the Eastern Conference) vs. Los Angeles Lakers (2-10, 14th in the Western Conference) in Los Angeles. Before the game, let’s take a look at the injury reports for both teams.
Injury Report LA Lakers – Brooklyn Nets
LeBron James leads the Lakers with 24.9 points, 8.7 rebounds, and 6.9 assists per game. Anthony Davis of Los Angeles has averaged 21.2 points per game over the last ten games.
However, it is unclear how injured this superstar duo is and whether they will be able to play on Sunday.
Unfortunately, Anthony Davis is listed as probable for Sunday due to lower back tightness, which is a common occurrence.
With LeBron James (adductor) doubtful for the game, Anthony Davis may be given a more prominent offensive role.
- Read also: The latest injury status of Anthony Davis
LeBron James (adductor) is listed as questionable for Sunday’s game against the Brooklyn Nets.
James is expected to miss Sunday’s game due to a left adductor strain. Wenyen Gabriel will most likely start again now that James is out.
The superstar forward’s next game will be against the Pistons on Friday, giving him plenty of rest.
- You can read about James’s injury here.
Kevin Durant leads Brooklyn into a game against Los Angeles. He ranks sixth in the league in scoring, averaging 30.5 points per game.
Kyrie Irving (suspension) will miss Saturday’s Clippers game and Sunday’s Lakers game.
According to head coach Jacque Vaughn, Yuta Watanabe (ankle) will miss the Nets’ next two games against the Clippers and Lakers.
T.J. Warren (foot) will gradually return to team practices, with his next update coming in two weeks.
Seth Curry (ankle) is questionable for Sunday’s game against the Lakers and should be a game-time decision based on how he feels following Saturday’s game against the Clippers.