(CTN News) – This weekend, the Golden State Warriors face the Los Angeles Lakers in a rematch of last season’s playoffs. However, there is a chance that LeBron James won’t be able to play in the game.
There are three players on the Warriors’ injury report that are listed as being injured: Chris Paul, Gary Payton II, and Moses Moody.
As a result of a left hand fracture suffered by Chris Paul, Gary Payton II is out due to a left hamstring strain sustained by Gary Payton II, and Moses Moody is out due to a left calf strain suffered by Moses Moody.
Among the players listed as available to play for the Golden State Warriors are Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green.
LeBron James, Anthony Davis, Cam Reddish, Gabe Vincent, and Maxwell Lewis are the five Los Angeles Lakers players who have been listed as injured on their injury report.
LeBron James is questionable due to left ankle peroneal tendinopathy, Anthony Davis is questionable due to bilateral Achilles tendinopathy, Cam Reddish is out due to a right ankle sprain, Gabe Vincent is out due to left knee surgery, and Maxwell Lewis is most likely out due to illness that is not COVID related.
There will be a massive break for the Golden State Warriors if both LeBron James and Anthony Davis will not be able to play tonight. In spite of that, it will definitely dampen the excitement for tonight’s matchup, as nobody in their right mind wants to lose.
Surprisingly, this will be the first time that the Golden State Warriors and Los Angeles Lakers will be facing off against each other in this season’s regular season. There was no doubt that the Lakers would win the regular season 3-1 and the playoffs 4-2 last season.
During the game between the Golden State Warriors and the Los Angeles Lakers, the game is scheduled for 8:30 p.m. Eastern Standard Time tonight.