Thunder And Lakers Injury Reports: The Los Angeles Lakers and Oklahoma City Thunder have revealed their respective injury reports.
The Los Angeles Lakers and Oklahoma City Thunder are set to play against each other in Oklahoma on Wednesday evening. Both teams have shared their injury reports, which have been updated as of 4:30 Eastern Time. Anthony Davis, LeBron James, Scotty Pippen Jr., D’Angelo Russell, and Cole Swider have all been excluded from the Lakers’ roster for the game.
In the meantime, Ousmane Dieng, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Chet Holmgren, Aleksej Pokusevski, and Kenrich Williams will not be available for the Thunder.
The Lakers have a 29-33 record in 62 games and are currently ranked as the 13th team in the Western Conference. Their previous game was against the Memphis Grizzlies, which they lost 121-109 on the road in Tennessee. This loss broke their winning streak of three consecutive games.
In the previous ten games, the Lakers have won five and lost five, and while playing on the road in 33 games, they have won 14 and lost 19.
The Thunder are currently ranked 13th in the Western Conference, just behind the Lakers. They have played 61 games and have won 28 and lost 33, and they are currently on a four-game losing streak.
Furthermore, the Thunder have to play on consecutive nights, and on Tuesday, they lost 123-117 against the Sacramento Kings, with Domantas Sabonis leading the way.
In the past ten games, their record is 4 wins and 6 losses, but the Thunder have had a decent performance on their home court with 17 wins and 14 losses in the 31 games they played in Oklahoma City.
On February 7, the Lakers and Thunder played against each other in Los Angeles, and the Thunder came out victorious with a score of 133-130.
Neither team made it to the NBA Playoffs for the 2021-22 season.