While LeBron James has marked the spirits against the Pacers for his return, the King is not yet 100%. The medical staff continues to manage this as well as possible, which threatens his presence in the next match. We take stock.
Sparkling for his return to the courts, after a suspension match, Lebron james pulled out a perfect score against the Pacers. The balance sheet? 39 points, an overtime, and above all a victory. It’s important for Frank Vogel’s men, who clearly need this right now. The King has responded, even if this part may leave traces.
LeBron absent for the next Lakers game?
Extra time is also extra playing time. The native of Akron spent no less than 43 minutes on the floor against Indiana, which may worry the medical staff. Recall that LeBron is not fully recovered from his old abdominal belt injury, and the results are already being felt.
Anthony Davis is no longer on the injury report, and Austin Reaves has been upgraded to questionable for tomorrow vs. the Kings. pic.twitter.com/CvymGsHNUb
– Harrison Faigen (@hmfaigen) November 26, 2021
On the injury report shared by reporter Harrison Faigen, it can be seen that LeBron is advertised as questionable for the next meeting of the Angelinos. He could hold his place, even if an absence is possible after a big expenditure of energy during the previous match. Nothing can be excluded, but the fans will be able to smile: Anthony Davis does not appear, which means that he will be present. Believe it or not, this is unusual.
For the first time since the Lakers’ fourth game of the season, Anthony Davis is not listed on the team’s injury report. And in additional good news, Austin Reaves has been upgraded to questionable against the Kings after missing the last nine games. https://t.co/6HNMG5Oohv
– Silver Screen and Roll (@LakersSBN) November 26, 2021
For the first time since Game 4 of the season, Anthony Davis is not listed in the team’s injury report. In other good news, Austin Reaves has been listed as questionable against the Kings after missing the last 9 games.
Yes, LeBron James could still miss a game, time to come back to 100% after his injury. The Lakers are handling this as well as possible, especially as Anthony Davis is doing much better after falling ill. To be continued over time.