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D'Angelo Russell will start on-court activities but won't travel to Houston with Lakers

D'Angelo Russell will start on-court activities but won't travel to Houston with Lakers

Luke Walton’s rotation, which has grown more confusing as the Lakers’ injuries have piled up, might be easier to solve when the Lakers face the Houston Rockets on Wednesday. 

But not because his team is getting healthier. The Lakers will take only 11 players on the one-day trip and forward Larry Nance Jr. remains questionable with a knee contusion. 

Starting point guard D’Angelo Russell, who has now missed 10 games with left knee soreness, was reevaluated Tuesday. Walton said Russell feels better and the Lakers will “start getting him on the court a little bit.” Walton said it is possible, but not probable, that Russell...

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