LeBron James and Anthony Davis of the Lakers’ injuries for……

Before facing the Knicks, the Lakers were informed of the status of their two stars’ injuries.Celtics lose 114-105 to Lakers without LeBron James or Anthony Davis -  CelticsBlog


The Los Angeles Lakers are falling off of their best success of the time, 114-105 over the Boston Celtics, regardless of missing LeBron James and Anthony Davis.

The Lakers are back in real life this evening, taking on the New York Knicks on public television, and James’ and Davis’ status is still hanging out there, as per the authority injury report.

Davis is recorded as problematic for the Lakers with reciprocal Achilles tendinopathy and a left hip fit. LeBron has been recorded as problematic with left lower leg peroneal tendinopathy.

The same issues prevented the stars of the Lakers from participating in Thursday night’s game against Boston.

Additionally, Davis did not participate in the Lakers’ Tuesday defeat to the Atlanta Hawks, which followed Saturday’s double-overtime victory over the Golden State Warriors and Monday’s defeat to the Houston Rockets. At shootaround on Thursday morning, Davis told journalists he felt “somewhat better.”

LeBron played over 36 minutes in the two rounds of the one after the other, regardless of the Lakers being somewhere around in excess of twenty places in both fourth quarters.

Davis has appeared in 46 games for the Lakers despite battling injuries. On 55.4% shooting, he has averaged 24.9 points, 12.1 rebounds, 3.7 assists, 1.2 steals, and 2.3 blocks. He’s fourth in the NBA in absolute minutes.

In his 21st season, LeBron James is averaging 24.9 points, 7.5 rebounds, and 7.7 assists on 52% (39.7% from 3) shooting in 44 games.

Other injuries are impacting the Lakers as well. Jostled Vanderbilt is supposed to miss half a month, or longer, with a huge physical issue to his right foot. Vanderbilt harmed the foot in the Lakers prevail upon the Celtics on Thursday.

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