Lakers vs. Grizzlies Injury Report: LeBron James, Anthony Davis and Ja Morant run on the court?

The Lakers are a #7 seed, and #7 seeds often don’t make a lot of noise in the NBA Playoffs. On Monday, the Los Angeles will host the second-seeded Memphis Grizzlies for the second time in this series.

The Lakers took a commanding 2-1 series lead over the Grizzlies with a 111-101 victory on Saturday night. The Grizzlies need this badly to regain home-court advantage for the last three games after Los Angeles split the games in Memphis.

Latest news on LeBron James, Anthony Davis and Ja Morant

In Game 3, Ja Morant scored 45 points on 50% shooting. He also had nine rebounds, thirteen assists, and only three turnovers. All while firing with his injured right hand.

Despite wearing a brace on his injured right hand, Morant performed admirably throughout, scoring 24 points in the fourth quarter to keep the Grizzles in the game.


The effort eventually fell short, but Memphis will require similar output from Morant in the future if they are to keep the series alive.

Steven Adams and Brandon Clarke’s absence due to injury does not help their condition. Nonetheless, they have complete control over everything.

Memphis, on the other hand, finished the regular season with a record of 16-25 on the road.

The Los Angeles Lakers have no unavailable players, which is unusual for them this season.

A healthy LeBron James, an active Anthony Davis, and a lineup rejuvenated by the trade deadline are continuing to play at the high level that carried them to the playoffs.

James, Anthony Davis (foot), and Dennis Schroder (foot) are all labeled as probable, despite the fact that they’ve all played in every postseason game and will almost certainly play again on Monday.

The Lakers had AD classified as probable, and he is still playing with a foot ailment. Look for an official update on his status closer to kickoff.

Through the first three games of the series, James has averaged 24.7 points, 10.7 rebounds, 4.3 assists, 1.7 blocks, and 1.3 steals in 36.3 minutes per game.

In this game, the Lakers have a tremendous opportunity. They can take a 3-1 series lead at home, where they have been significantly superior. The Grizzlies were unnerved by the loud crowd on Saturday.

Lakers injuires:

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

Grizzlies injuires:

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