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Jan 28, 2023 34 16 10 4 32
Jan 25, 2023 26 21 12 1 37
Dec 16, 2022 17 10 4 2
Dec 13, 2022 46 37 12 3
Dec 11, 2022 36 34 15 7

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2022 122745.4 33.2 26.7 2.6 12.0 2.1 1.3
2021 162240.6 35.1 23.2 3.1 9.9 2.3 1.2
2020 132236.7 32.3 21.8 3.1 7.9 1.6 1.3
3y Avg. 178540.6 33.8 24.1 3.1 9.1 2.1 1.3
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Fantasy News

  • Lakers' Anthony Davis: Won't play Monday

    Davis has been ruled out for Monday's matchup against Brooklyn due to a stress injury in his right foot. Davis made back-to-back appearances off the bench after missing over a month with a foot injury, but the talented big man will be sidelined again Monday. It appears like his absence for the first half of the Lakers' upcoming back-to-back set is a load-management situation, but it's still concerning to see Davis back on the injury report. LeBron James (ankle) is also out, so Thomas Bryant, Wenyen Gabriel, Rui Hachimura and Juan Toscano-Anderson are all candidates for increased roles against the Nets.
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  • Lakers' Anthony Davis: Officially active off bench

    Davis (foot) will play in Saturday's game against the Celtics, Mike Trudell of Spectrum SportsNet reports. He will come off the bench. Davis was initially probable, so his availability does not come as a surprise. He was incredible in his first game back from a foot injury, recording 21 points, 12 rebounds and four blocks across 26 minutes Wednesday. Davis will likely remain on a similar minutes restriction to Wednesday's contest but remains a must-start in fantasy even with the limitations.
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  • Lakers' Anthony Davis: Labeled probable for Saturday

    Davis is listed as probable for Saturday's game versus the Celtics despite a right foot stress injury, Kyle Goon of The Orange County Register reports. Davis is on the injury report with the same foot that has cost him much of the season, but the probable designation suggests he's unlikely to miss Saturday's showdown in Boston. Davis wasted no time producing in his return to the floor Wednesday, racking up 21 points, 12 boards, four blocks, an assist and a steal over 26 minutes off the bench. Assuming the star big man can avoid setbacks, he should see his minutes increase in the coming tilts. However, it wouldn't be a surprise if he's rested in one of the Lakers' back-to-back games Monday and Tuesday.
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  • Lakers' Anthony Davis: Excels in return

    Davis (foot) chipped in 21 points (7-15 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 6-7 FT), 12 rebounds, four blocks, one assist and one steal across 26 minutes off the bench during Wednesday's 113-104 win over the Spurs. After missing the Lakers' previous 20 games with a foot injury, Davis was back in action Wednesday, though he was on a minutes limit and came off the bench. The lengthy absence nor the role change appeared to affect Davis much during his time on the court, as he resumed making an impact on both sides of the court in his return and finished as the Lakers' leading scorer. The Lakers could continue to bring Davis off the bench for another game or two and look him to keep his playing time in the 25-to-30-minute range while he ramps back up, but fantasy managers can feel comfortable with activating him again.
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  • Lakers' Anthony Davis: Will come off bench against Spurs

    Davis (foot) will return and come off the bench Wednesday against the Spurs, Dave McMenamin of ESPN.com reports. Head coach Darvin Ham stated as such, as he wants to manage Davis' minutes so the big man can potentially close the game if need be. Davis has not played since Dec. 16, and with him coming off the bench, Thomas Bryant will potentially remain in the starting unit.
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  • Lakers' Anthony Davis: Expected back Wednesday

    Davis (foot) is on track to return for Wednesday's game against the Spurs, Dave McMenamin of ESPN.com reports. The Lakers relayed earlier Tuesday that Davis would be headed for a re-evaluation early Wednesday, but it has since been uncovered that if all goes well, the big man will be back in the lineup Wednesday. Assuming the star forward gains clearance to play, he'll be on a 20-to-24-minute restriction after missing nearly six weeks due to a fractured bone spur and stress reaction in his right foot, per McMenamin. Thomas Bryant would be the obvious choice to move back to a bench role after filling in for Davis as the Lakers' starting center in each of the past 20 games.
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  • Lakers' Anthony Davis: To be re-evaluated Wednesday

    Davis (foot) 'had another great day' Monday and will be re-evaluated Wednesday morning, Mark Medina of NBA.com reports. Davis has been making steady progress on the road to recovery from a right foot injury. The Lakers continue to keep their plans for Davis' return quiet, though a timetable could emerge shortly after Wednesday's evaluation if all goes well. Los Angeles is scheduled to face off against the Spurs on Wednesday night.
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  • Lakers' Anthony Davis: Looks good in recent scrimmage

    Lakers coach Darvin Ham told the media Sunday that Davis (foot) "looked phenomenal" during a full-contact scrimmage Saturday, Mike Trudell of Spectrum SportsNet reports. The Lakers have stayed away from putting a firm timetable on Davis' return, but he appears to be making substantial progress as he works back from a right foot injury. For now, Davis continues to be listed as "out" -- the Lakers play at Portland on Sunday night -- but it seems realistic that he could be back in the lineup within the next week or two. Prior to going down with the injury on Dec. 16 against Denver, Davis was hitting his stride as one of the most valuable players in all of fantasy basketball. On the year, he's averaging 27.4 points, 12.1 rebounds, 2.6 assists, 1.3 steals and 2.1 blocks while shooting a career-best-by-far 59.4 percent from the floor.
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  • Lakers' Anthony Davis: Inching closer to return

    Davis (foot) continues to make pain-free progress and could return to the Lakers' starting lineup as soon as late next week, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. Davis has been sidelined since mid-December due to a bone spur and stress reaction in his right foot, but all signs point to the All-NBA big man closing in on a return. After Friday's home contest against Memphis, Los Angeles travels to Portland to begin a four-game week Sunday. Based on Wojnarowski's report, Davis will likely remain sidelined for at least the next four games, but he could be targeting the Lakers' Jan. 28 contest in Boston as a potential return date. When Davis does retake the floor, Thomas Bryant and Wenyen Gabriel figure to have their minutes decreased.
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  • Lakers' Anthony Davis: Aiming for early February return

    Davis (foot) is expected to resume running on the court this week and appears to be eyeing a return to game action in early February, Shams Charania of The Athletic reported Monday in an appearance on FanDuel TV. Sidelined since mid-December due to a bone spur and stress reaction in his right foot, Davis will miss his 16th consecutive game Monday against the Rockets. The eight-time All-Star looks on pace to remain sidelined through the end of January, but if Davis is able to start running again this week while gradually intensifying those sessions, Charania relays that the big man would then progress to taking contact in practice in the "relative near future." Ideally, the Lakers plan to have Davis back on the court for a handful of games before the All-Star break and the Feb. 9 trade deadline, with his anticipated return to the lineup along with the team's position in the standings likely to factor into what adjustments, if any, Los Angeles decides to make to its roster down the stretch. Until Davis is cleared to play again, Thomas Bryant is likely to continue serving as the Lakers' starting center.
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  • Lakers' Anthony Davis: Optimism about return timeline

    Davis (foot) plans to begin the ramp-up process of his rehab when the Lakers return to Los Angeles later this week, and there's optimism that he could return to the starting lineup within a couple of weeks, Dave McMenamin of ESPN.com reports. Davis missed his 12th straight game Saturday due to a fracture in his right foot, but he'll soon begin a ramp-up process that include pool workouts and running on an altered-gravity treadmill to reduce pressure on his foot. The superstar big man has been limited to spot shooting thus far, so his switch to conditioning-based workouts is certainly a step in the right direction. With Davis sidelined, the Lakers initially went through a rough patch but have since won five straight games, thanks largely due to the play of Thomas Bryant in Davis' stead. However, Los Angeles' current hot streak is likely unsustainable unless it can return to full strength, which certainly includes Davis getting back onto the court in a timely fashion. While there's optimism about that happening, Davis will presumably remain sidelined for at least two more weeks.
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  • Lakers' Anthony Davis: Set for individual workout

    Davis is scheduled to take a significant step forward in his recovery from a stress injury to his right foot by taking the court for an individual workout within the next few days, Chris Haynes of BleacherReport.com reports. Davis has been sidelined for the Lakers' last 11 games with the foot injury, and he's likely to miss at least a few more contests even if he fares well during his upcoming workout. Though Davis is reportedly progressing well with minimal pain in his foot, he'll need to check out fine in the workout before he's cleared for contact work and ultimately given the green light to join teammates in practice. Thomas Bryant will continue to hold down the fort at center in the absence of Davis, who could be tracking toward a return to the lineup in the latter half of January.
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  • Lakers' Anthony Davis: Trending in right direction

    Coach Darvin Ham intimated that Davis' foot pain has "just about dissipated" and that he's trending in the right direction regarding a ramp-up to return, Dave McMenamin of ESPN.com reports. Davis is set to be re-evaluated during the first week of January, and it's encouraging to hear he's almost pain-free. Still, pain isn't the only hurdle, and the medical staff will need to make sure things are structurally sound before Davis considers ramping up for a return. In the meantime, expect Thomas Bryant to continue starting at center.
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  • Lakers' Anthony Davis: Will be re-evaluated in two weeks

    Davis will be re-evaluated in roughly two weeks after suffering a stress fracture in his right foot, Chris Haynes of Turner Sports reports. Davis' recovery remains a bit murky, but he may be able to return shortly after his re-evaluation in two weeks, though that's on the optimistic side. The injury comes at an unfortunate time for Davis, as he finally seemed to be finding his rhythm, having averaged 40.2 points, 13.2 rebounds and 2.0 blocks per game across the last five games he has started and finished.
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  • Lakers' Anthony Davis: Sidelined indefinitely

    Davis will be sidelined indefinitely due to a stress injury in his right foot. Davis had recaptured his previous form early in the 2022-23 campaign, posting 27.4 points and a career-high 12.1 rebounds per game over 33.4 minutes. However, the seemingly inevitable long-term injury has struck again. Davis has played no more than 40 games in either of the last two seasons and no more than 62 in any of the previous five, and he appears slated for another lengthy absence. While Davis is sidelined, look for Thomas Bryant, who has performed well in the starting center role of late, to maintain the spot.
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  • Lakers' Anthony Davis: Nature of foot injury still vague

    Lakers head coach Darvin Ham said Monday that Davis is still having his injured right foot evaluated, but the expectation remains that the big man will miss at least a month, Spectrum SportsNet reports. Davis will miss his third consecutive game Wednesday in Sacramento with what the Lakers are listing as "right foot soreness" on the official injury report, but it's clear the 29-year-old is dealing with something more serious than that label would indicate. Brian Windhorst of ESPN confirmed as much in his most recent episode of the "Brian Windhorst & The Hoop Collective" podcast, noting that Davis' injury is more significant than a sprained ankle or a sprained foot, which could mean the eight-time All-Star may be dealing with a broken foot or, in a worst-case scenario, a Lisfranc injury that would require season-ending surgery. Until the Lakers provide a firm diagnosis of Davis' injury and a more precise timeline for his return, fantasy managers should likely plan on him being sidelined through at least the end of January.
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  • Lakers' Anthony Davis: Out at least one month

    Davis is expected to miss at least a month after suffering a right foot injury in Friday's win over the Nuggets, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports. Davis left the first half of Friday's game due to the injury and was already ruled out for Sunday's matchup against Washington, but the superstar big man will now miss at least a month due to the issue. His upcoming absence is a massive blow to Los Angeles, as Davis was playing at an all-NBA level and had been relatively healthy so far, missing just three of the first 28 games of the season. In his absence, Thomas Bryant and Damian Jones are candidates for increased minutes, but the Lakers will likely have to lean heavily on LeBron James and Russell Westbrook moving forward. While Charania notes Davis is out at least a month, he added that the Lakers are bracing for an indefinite absence.
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  • Lakers' Anthony Davis: Out Sunday

    Davis will miss Sunday's game against Washington and undergo further evaluation on his right foot after exiting Friday's game due to the injury, Mike Trudell of Spectrum SportsNet reports. Davis left in the first half of Friday's game with an unspecified injury in his right foot and will be held out of Sunday's contest. It is unclear if he will have to miss an extended period of time, but for as long as he is out Thomas Bryant and Damian Jones should see extended run. Davis' next chance to play will come on Monday in Phoenix.
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  • Lakers' Anthony Davis: Exits with foot injury

    Davis will not return to Friday's matchup with the Nuggets due to a right foot injury, Mike Trudell of Spectrum SportsNet reports. Thomas Bryant started the second half for Davis. The big man ended the night with 10 points (4-7 FG, 2-2 FT), four rebounds, two assists, one steal and one block across 17 minutes. The severity of his injury is unknown at this time, but his status for Sunday's game against the Wizards is certainly up in the air.
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  • Lakers' Anthony Davis: Suiting up Friday

    Davis (back) will play Friday against the Nuggets, Harrison Faigen of SBNation.com reports. Davis will once again be available and presumably draw another start despite initially being listed as probable with a back injury. The superstar big man has posted three straight double-doubles and averaged 34.0 points, 13.0 rebounds, 3.3 assists, 1.7 steals and 1.3 blocks in 39.4 minutes during that stretch.
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