NBA News: Anthony Davis will probably miss Los Angeles Lakers at least two weeks
Anthony Davis and the Los Angeles Lakers are obviously missed the worst case, the Big one is loud espn, however, probably at least two weeks will fail with an ankle injury.
The X-ray investigation directly after the injury in the Crypto.com Arena had already shown that Davis had no breakage had suffered. According to Lakers coach Frank Vogel, he will undergo another investigation on Thursday before a time for his return can be targeted after the All-Star Break.
Davis injured himself in the second quarter against Utah Jazz when he landed on Rudy Gobert’s foot. Lebron James then betrayed that his teammate had left the arena on crutches. “Obviously, it makes me look sick, as Adjumpers hurt,” James said, “I hope he’s okay.”
According to ESPN- Information is Davis’ ankle after the injury directly swollen thick. The All-Star Break means for the Lakers nine days without a game until you receive L.A. Clippers on February 25 to the city duel.
Davis already fell out for 17 games in a row with a knee injury he had suffered last December. Since its excellent services for the Championship team of Lakers in the Bubble in Orlando, the 28-year-old completed a total of only 73 games in the Regular Season.
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“He just shaken his head, because of all,” said bird, who said a depressed Davis in the half-time against Utah: “Of course, I do not know how it felt. He was simply frustrated that it looked like it looks like Would he miss some games again. “
During the current season, Davis put 23.1 points, 9.7 rebounds and 2.3 blocks per game at 53.7 percent from the field. He plays healthy on a clear all-star level, without him it will be even more difficult for Los Angeles to conquer one of the six direct playoff places in the West.
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With a balance of 27-31, the Lakers with six wins go less than the Denver Nuggets (6th in the West) in the All-Star Break, after which they will only have 22 games to catch up with this residue. As 9th in the West, Los Angeles in the Play-In-Tournament would have to win at least one away game against opponents as the Minnesota Timberwolves or the Clippers.