Anthony Davis is day to day with a sprained right thumb
An MRI exam on Anthony Davis’ sprained right thumb Monday revealed no serious damage and the Lakers star is considered day to day.
Davis did not play in the Lakers’ 104-98 preseason victory over the Golden State Warriors on Monday at Staples Center.
Davis was injured during the first half of the Lakers’ exhibition game against the Brooklyn Nets on Saturday in Shenzhen, China, while trying to block a shot. He had it wrapped in black tape and returned to the court.
He finished the game with six points on two-for-seven shooting, two rebounds and a steal in 12 minutes.
The Lakers lost to the Nets, 114-111, falling to 1-1 in exhibition games this preseason. The game capped a wild week filled with uncertainty.
LeBron James and Golden State’s Draymond Green and D’Angelo Russell did not play Monday.
Lakers forward Jared Dudley, who missed the first three games because of a knee injury, played Monday night.
The Lakers and Warriors play again Wednesday night at Staples Center and once more Friday night at the Chase Center in San Francisco.
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