June 15, 2024

JUST IN: 3 Golden State Warriors Will Miss Against Los Angeles Due to….

Your 23-23 Los Angeles Lakers’ six-game Grammys-induced road trip will kick off tonight against the Golden State Warriors. This evening’s dual between battling mediocre Pacific Divisional rivals will be missing rotation players on both sides, though I at least expect the major stars to suit up.

Per the NBA’s latest injury report, sixth man Warriors point guard Chris Paul (left hand fracture), former lottery pick forward Moses Moody (left calf strain), and always-hurt defense-first combo guard Gary Payton II (left hamstring strain) have already been ruled out for tonight. Everyone else is presumably available.

The Lakers will be missing a pair of rotation pieces themselves in similar positions, in their own reserve point guard Gabe Vincent (left knee effusion surgery) and lottery pick-turned bench forward Cam Reddish (right ankle sprain). Superstars Anthony Davis and LeBron James are both merely questionable to play with a bilateral Achilles tendinopathy and a left ankle peroneal tendinopathy, respectively, but to be fair they’re almost always on NBA injury reports, though they have to date rarely actively sat out games.

 

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