The Los Angeles Lakers are looking to climb up the NBA playoff picture to extend their season with the best teams in the Western Conference. If the Lakers can just get into the dance then anything could happen.
LeBron James made his long-awaited return on Sunday to help his team accomplish just this. It did not start well, as the Lakers fell to the Chicago Bulls, but the team has a chance for redemption on Wednesday with a rematch against Patrick Beverley and co.
But is LeBron going to be able to suit up for a second game in a row? Here is everything you need to know regarding LeBron and the Lakers injury report.
Updated LeBron James injury status vs Bulls:
LeBron James is listed as questionable against the Bulls as he continues to come back from his foot injury. While he is back on the injury report, fans should not be worried about his status to play in this game.
Barring any last-minute setbacks, LeBron seems to be good to go for Wednesday’s rematch against the Bulls. Be sure to check back here for any updates.
Full Lakers injury report vs Bulls:
Anthony Davis is also listed on the injury report and is probable with a right foot stress injury. Davis being on the injury report is simply a formality as he has been on the injury report every single game that he has played since returning from injury.
D’Angelo Russell has seen positive improvement in his injury status as well. After missing the first Bulls game and being listed as questionable, Russell has been upgraded to probable against the Bulls with a hip injury.
Mo Bamba remains out with the ankle sprain he suffered several weeks ago.
Full Bulls injury report vs Lakers:
Javonte Green is listed as questionable to play against the Lakers with a knee injury. Green did not play in the first matchup between the two teams. Green last played on March 22 and has only played two games since the turn of the calendar year.
Alex Caruso is listed as questionable with a foot injury. Caruso played in the last matchup between these two teams but did not play in the Bulls’ game against the Clippers on Monday.
Lonzo Ball remains out as he has to undergo another knee surgery that could result in him missing the entire 2023-24 season as well as this season.