This NBA season, Anthony Davis has been performing like an All-Star. Tristan Thompson thinks he was a better big player in 2022–2023 than Giannis Antetokounmpo because of how well he has played. But only when he’s been on the floor has his excellent play been on the show.
In his injury comeback game against the San Antonio Spurs, Anthony Davis played fairly well. He finished with 21 points, 12 rebounds, an assist, and a 7-15 field goal percentage. In 26 minutes of play, he completed all of this.
The first reporting by Dave McMenamin indicated that he would have between 20 and 24 minutes remaining under his minutes restriction. But it felt like AD was ready to go, thus there was an extra 2 minutes.
We have rated Anthony Davis as likely for tonight’s key game against the Boston Celtics. He may play tonight despite tweaking his ankle during a half-court shot attempt against the Spurs. Barring a setback during pregame warmups. Also Read: Giannis Antetokounmpo scores 41 points to lead the Milwaukee Bucks to a victory over the Indiana Pacers
Anthony Davis Injury Incident
Anthony Davis, who has recently developed a reputation for being an injury prone player, would miss yet another game this season due to a broken bone spur and stress fracture in his right foot. On December 16, he experienced this while playing the Denver Nuggets.
They gave the former Pelicans superstar an initial recovery time frame of 8 to 10 weeks. However, AD would quickly demonstrate splendid developments. In just five and a half weeks, he was back on the court for this past week’s game against the San Antonio Spurs. Also Read: Stephen Curry fined $25,000 for their behavior on the court
Is Lonnie Walker IV and Austin Reaves playing against Boston Celtics
The two greatest wings on the Los Angeles Lakers, 6’4″ starter shooting guard/small forward Lonnie Walker IV and 6’5″ reserve guard Austin Reaves, who have both been sidelined for several weeks, have been much missed. Walker has missed 14 games because of persistent left knee tendinitis. And Reaves has missed 11 games because of a torn left hamstring.
In advance of the upcoming five-game road trip for the Lakers. Which begins tomorrow against the Boston Celtics. They expected LA to reevaluate the health statuses of both Walker and Reaves today. According to Kyle Goon of The Orange County Register.
The Celtics, Brooklyn Nets, New York Knicks, Indiana Pacers, and New Orleans Pelicans are the five consecutive good playoff teams the Lakers will face off against during this trip. LA could really use Walker and Reaves against these teams.
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