LA Lakers at San Antonio: Injury Report

Friday Nov 25, 2022 8:00 pm - San Antonio, TX
Odds: Los Angeles by 4, Total Points: 234

LA Lakers Injuries

Name Pos Updated Injury Status Details
LeBron James SF 6:39p Thigh PROBABLE James is battling a left adductor strain, but he is still expected to take the court against the Bucks on Friday.
Dennis Schroder PG 6:10p Personal QUESTIONABLE Schroder is tending to a personal matter, and it is unknown if he will face the Bucks on Friday.
Troy Brown Jr. SG 6:05p Foot PROBABLE Brown Jr. sat out the last game with left foot soreness, but it is expected that he will play on Friday against the Bucks.
Anthony Davis PF 6:03p Back PROBABLE Davis is ailing from low back tightness, but he is expected to play Friday versus the Bucks.
Lonnie Walker IV SG 1:12a Foot QUESTIONABLE Walker IV was held out of the last game with left foot soreness, and it is undetermined if he will play against the Bucks on Friday.
Cole Swider PF 11/30 Foot OUT Swider is out of commission with a navicular stress reaction in his right foot, and he is not expected to return to the court until the middle of December.

San Antonio Injuries

Name Pos Updated Injury Status Details
Romeo Langford SG 6:38p Back PROBABLE Langford is experiencing lower back tightness, but he is still expected to lace up versus the Pelicans on Friday.
Josh Richardson SG 6:12p Ankle DOUBTFUL Richardson has sat out the last four games with right ankle soreness, and his status for Friday's tilt against the Pelicans is in doubt.
Doug McDermott SF 6:11p Ankle DOUBTFUL McDermott departed the previous game with right ankle soreness, and it is unlikely that he will face the Pelicans on Friday.
Jeremy Sochan PF 11/30 Quadricep OUT Sochan is idle with a right quad contusion, and he will return until the middle of December.
Jakob Poeltl C 11/30 Knee OUT Poeltl is out of the lineup with a right knee bone bruise, and he is expected to be out until the middle of December.
Blake Wesley SG 11/4 Knee OUT Wesley is expected to miss six to eight weeks due to a left MCL sprain.