Lakers’ Anthony Davis upgraded to probable vs. Nets

The Los Angeles Lakers have upgraded Anthony Davis to probable ahead of Tuesday’s game against the Brooklyn Nets, the team announced.

This news means Davis responded well to his individual workout slated for Monday after being listed as questionable ahead of Sunday’s game against the Miami Heat, which the Lakers lost.

If Davis is good to go, it’ll be his first game with L.A. since Dec. 17, when he first sprained his MCL against the Minnesota Timberwolves. The Big 3 of LeBron James, Russell Westbrook and Davis haven’t gotten many games under their belt, but the sooner the better.

Since it’s a Nets home game, Kyrie Irving will not play. Kevin Durant also has an MCL sprain. That leaves James Harden as the lone star for Brooklyn.

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