On Saturday, the Los Angeles Lakers (5-11) will play the San Antonio Spurs in San Antonio, Texas. The game kicks off at 8:00 p.m. EST inside the AT&T Center. These two teams met on November 20th, and the Lakers won 123-92.
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The Los Angeles Lakers were defeated by the Phoenix Suns 115-105. The Lakers’ offensive struggles continued, as they shot only 18.2% from beyond the arc. They will need to be more efficient with the ball in their hands if they are to compete with the Spurs on the road.
Due to a groin injury, LeBron James is also questionable for this game. The Lakers will suffer on both ends of the court if he is unable to play.
Patrick Beverley, who was suspended for knocking Deandre Ayton to the ground after the play, will also be missing. He is not expected to be able to play until Wednesday.
Anthony Davis has led the Lakers to another championship, averaging 26.4 points per game on 56% shooting from the field. He also has a 12.6 rebounding average per game and is listed as questionable for this game due to a back injury.
The San Antonio Spurs were defeated by the New Orleans Pelicans 129-110. In that game, the Spurs struggled on both ends of the floor, and they will need to be more energetic at home if they are to beat the Lakers.
The San Antonio Spurs started the season poorly, finishing 13th in the Western Conference standings. In addition, they are 1-9 in their last ten games, indicating a downward trend.
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The Spurs Injury Report:
Blake Wesley (Knee) is out until early January, and Josh Richardson (Ankle) is questionable.
Doug McDermott (SF) is out with an ankle injury, Zach Collins (PF) is out with a leg injury, and Jordan Hall (G) is out with a finger injury.