Injury Reports Lakers – 76ers: LeBron James, Anthony Davis RETURN?

The Los Angeles Lakers will try to end a two-game losing streak when they take on the Philadelphia 76ers on Friday night.

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The Lakers’ season got off to a terrible start this year as they lost 10 of their first 12 games. The Lakers won eight of their next ten games, suffering their two losses to Phoenix and Indiana, preventing them from going completely out of control.

The Lakers were significantly undermanned on Friday night due to the absences of LeBron James (ankle) and Anthony Davis (flu).

Injuries also kept point guard Patrick Beverley and power forward Wenyen Gabriel from playing.

The small forward Juan Toscano-Anderson started Wednesday’s game against Toronto but left early due to an ankle injury that will keep him out indefinitely.

LeBron James, Anthony Davis and Patrick Beverley are all listed as game-time decisions for this match.

  • You can read more about AD’s injury here.

The Philadelphia 76ers are currently on their second three-game losing streak of the season; their first one happened when they played Boston, Milwaukee, and San Antonio in their first three games of the year. The 76ers won 12 of their next 18 games prior to their current losing streak.

The Philadelphia 76ers’ point guard Tyrese Maxey, who ranks second on the team in scoring with 22.9 points per game, is still out with a foot injury.

Georges Niang will miss Friday’s game against the Lakers due to a foot injury.

Niang will miss his second straight game on Friday due to a sore right foot. He also missed practice on Thursday. The 29-year-old forward’s following chance to play will come on Sunday against Charlotte.

Danuel House (foot) is currently listed as suspect.