In the team’s decisive victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Friday night, Anthony Davis put forth a standout effort, know his latest ankle injury update
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In the Los Angeles Lakers 123-111 victory over Minnesota, AD was an unstoppable force, culminating with a huge double-double of 38 points and 17 rebounds. On Sunday, the Lakers will play another game, this one against the Houston Rockets, who are coming off yet another disappointing season. Fans are wondering if Davis will be able to play versus Houston because he has recently appeared on the injury list once more.
Anthony Davis after getting injured: pic.twitter.com/c6c8Ih2DJl
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Condition of Anthony Davis against the Rockets
Davis, who has a right foot stress injury, is rated as probable to play by the Lakers. Since AD has started the last few games with the same ailment status, LA has made it routine for him to be listed as still being injured. The 30-year-old has been able to play through the ailment, as he hasn’t missed a game since March 15th. As a result, we are certain that Anthony Davis will start on Sunday.
LeBron James, the NBA’s all-time greatest scorer, is technically listed as questionable to play, but like AD, he should be OK to face the Rockets. With Jae’Sean Tate (out) being the lone Rockets player on the injured list, Houston has a reasonably good health report.
The Lakers should easily win this game, especially with how AD and LeBron are predicted to dress. Yet, as we all know, nothing in the NBA these days is certain.
The scorching stats of LeBron James for the 2022–23 NBA Season
It is the King’s 20th year in power, and there are no indications that he may quit. In each game, James averages 29 points, 8.4 rebounds, and 6.9 assists. No matter his age, there is nothing that can stop him. He’ll use a gear if he can find one. It appears as though he is getting ready for a long playoff run.
Yet it’s unclear how far he can lead the Lakers. With Anthony Davis finding monster games, the LA team has all the momentum so far and can win the championship. It will demand a massive amount of work. Could the Lakers succeed? Or will they be unsuccessful?