Seven days since Anthony Davis played the last game for the Los Angeles Lakers, that is, Sunday, April 4th.
The initial timeline for Davis’ return suggests that the Lakers will soon recover their superstars, but Frank Vogel said that Davis’ calf strain will take more time to fully recover.
Vogel said in a pre-match media interview on Sunday: “Advertising continues to increase, but there is still a long way to go.” “And LeBron can still be out indefinitely.”
Fortunately, Vogel said, Davis’ slow recovery process was not the product of any setbacks.
Vogel said: “It is prudent to ensure that the gathering is proceeding at the correct speed and that the matter is completely behind him.”
As for the Lakers’ other advertising director Andre Drummond, there is still no timetable. Drummond injured his big toe in the Lakers debut, but he missed the last two games.
Vogel said: “In the first two days, he still had difficulty wearing shoes.” “He is not there yet. He still has a lot of discomfort, and we want to make sure this thing falls behind him.”
James, Davis and Drummond will travel with the Lakers on the upcoming one-week road trip. Wesley Matthews will be absent from Sunday’s game due to a strained neck, and he will also travel with the team.
The Lakers obviously had no luck when they were injured, but because they established a buffer at the beginning of the season, they have remained in the upper half of the Western Conference playoffs picture. Now, they hope they can recover in time before the playoffs, and the most important thing is to stay healthy.
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