Does LeBron James, Anthony Davis and Ja Morant all suit up for Game 6? Lakers vs. Grizzlies Injury Update

In game 5, the Memphis Grizzlies kept their serve alive and defeated the Los Angeles Lakers 116-99 to cut the Lakers’ series lead to 3-2.

The Lakers will try to close out the Grizzlies on Friday night in Los Angeles in game 6. The puck drops at 10:30 p.m. EDT, and the venue is Arena.

The latest updates on LeBron James, Anthony Davis, and Ja Morant

In game 5, the Grizzlies faced a must-win situation and prevailed, defeating the Lakers 116-99 at home to cut the Lakers’ advantage in the best-of-seven series to 3-2.

But it was a home game, and the Grizzlies were favorites. However, the challenge has become more difficult because they now have to travel to Los Angeles to face the Lakers at the Arena.

The Grizzlies came out strong on Wednesday, driven by the dynamic duo of Ja Morant and Desmond Bane.

Ja Morant finished with 31 points and 10 rebounds, while Bane finished with 33 points and 10 rebounds.

Despite a hand injury, Morant was one of two Grizzlies players to end with 30 points or more, a double-double, and three assists shy of a triple-double.

Morant had at least 30 points, five rebounds, and five assists in two tournament games after leading the team in assists and rebounding.

Supporters appear to want LeBron James and the Lakers to succeed, and they simply dislike the Grizzlies. You must, however, respect them whether you like them or not.

We frequently forget that the Grizzlies are the West’s second-best team, while the Lakers are eighth.

The Lakers didn’t reach 100 points on Wednesday, but Anthony Davis delivered with 31 points and 19 rebounds. Although James only had 15 points, he had 10 rebounds and 5 assists.

King James (foot) is labeled as probable for Game 6 against the Grizzlies on Friday, according to Broderick Turner of the Los Angeles Times.

James’s potential tags are not cause for concern. In addition to James, Anthony Davis (foot) and Dennis Schroder (Achilles) are likely to be tagged.

AD has been rated as probable in each of the first five games of the series and has played in all of them, so fans can anticipate him to be ready to go on Friday.

Davis’ series has been up and down, with him scoring more than 30 points twice and fewer than 15 points twice. In any case, he’s been a potent interior force in the Western Conference Quarterfinals, averaging 13.6 rebounds and 4.2 blocks per game.

Lakers injuries:

  • LeBron James (Foot) – Questionable
  • Anthony Davis (Foot) – Questionable
  • Dennis Schroder (Achilles) – Questionable

Grizzlies injuries:

  • Jake LaRavia (Calf) – Questionable
  • Luke Kennard (Shoulder) – Questionable
  • Steven Adams (Knee) – Out
  • Brandon Clarke (Achilles) – Out for the season