Will Anthony Davis, LeBron James and Steph Curry play Game 6? Injury Report Lakers – Warriors

The defending Golden State Warriors stayed alive on Wednesday night, winning game 5 to cut the Los Angeles Lakers series lead to 3-2. The series now returns to La-La Land on Friday for game 6, where the Lakers will attempt to finish off the Warriors.

Injury Update Golden State Warriors – Los Angeles Laker

The Warriors held serve on Wednesday night, defeating the Lakers 121-106 at the Chase Center in San Francisco. The Lakers now lead the series 3-2.

Steph Curry led the Warriors with 27 points and eight assists, and Andrew Wiggins added 25 points and seven rebounds.

The Lakers never got going at the Chase Center on Wednesday night, falling 12-105 to the Warriors in game 5 of their best-of-seven series.

They are hoping for better results. Game 6 is scheduled for Friday night. Anthony Davis left the game with around 7 minutes remaining due to a head injury. Davis is labeled as questionable for Friday’s game 6, but the team is optimistic that he will play.

According to Dan Woike of the Los Angeles Times, Anthony Davis (foot) is expected to play in Game 6 against the Warriors on Friday.

The major point here is that the Lakers are no longer addressing Davis’ head injury at the end of Game 5.

Davis has been carrying probable tags for weeks due to a foot injury, so he appears to be a go for Game 6.

Meanwhile, according to Dan Woike of the Los Angeles Times, LeBron James is expected to play in Game 6 on Friday due to right foot pain.

Despite receiving probable classifications due to foot soreness, James has yet to miss a playoff game as a result of the problem.

Through 11 postseason games, James has averaged 22.8 points, 10.1 rebounds, and 5.0 assists in 36.8 minutes.

Despite scoring less than his regular-season average (28.9), James has scored 25 and 27 points in his last two games on 21.0 field-goal attempts per game.

It is extremely difficult to close out a series, and it is even more difficult when that club is the defending champion, four-time world champion Golden State Warriors.

The Lakers, on the other hand, have their own pedigree to fall back on, with four-time world champion LeBron James and Davis, who has also won a title.

This will not be easy, but the Lakers know they must defeat the Warriors on Friday or face a return trip to San Francisco for game 7, which they do not want.

  • Injury report Lakers:

LeBron James Foot Game Time Decision
Anthony Davis Head Game Time Decision
Mo Bamba Ankle Game Time Decision
  • Injury report Warriors:

Andrew Wiggins Ribs Game Time Decision
Patrick Baldwin Jr. Toe Game Time Decision
Andre Iguodala Wrist Expected to be out until at least May 14
Ryan Rollins Foot Out for the season