LeBron James’s contributions to the world of professional basketball cannot be understated. James suffered a serious injury to his right ankle in the Lakers’ game against the Atlanta Hawks back in March. Even after coming back, James has never been the same. It seems James’ streak of bad luck isn’t over just yet.

During the Lakes game against the Memphis Grizzlies last week, LeBron James hurt his ankle again. This happened after Dwight Howard and LeBron James took a tumble while preventing a shot. James landed hard on his ankle and had trouble getting back up.

It was said that James was concerned about re-injuring his ankle. Due to this LeBron James had to miss out on the next two games. To add to his woes, LeBron James will miss out on another week of action due to abdominal strain.

He wasn’t the only one who is having a lot of bad luck right now. Anthony Davis was said to be violently sick ahead of the Lakers’ game against the Trail Blazers. It seems both James and Davis’ injury status don’t seem too good. While James is likely to miss out on the next couple of games, Davis’ status is questionable ahead of the Hornet game.


Lakers’ injury report for tomorrow vs. Charlotte: — Anthony Davis (right thumb sprain) and Sekou Doumbouya and Jay Huff (two-way contracts) are questionable. — LeBron James, Talen Horton-Tucker, Trevor Ariza and Kendrick Nunn are out.

We will have to wait and see if The Lakers will be able to regain their momentum or not as things simply don’t look good for them right now. With James and Davis out for a while, that doesn’t seem likely right now.

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