The Los Angeles Lakers may not have a few players in the opening round on October 19th next Tuesday.
More specifically, it is doubtful that five Lakers players are playing home games with the Golden State Warriors.
Trevor Ariza and Talen Horton-Tucker are out. They both have surgery and miss one and two months of action, respectively. On his side, Malik Monk has been working on an inguinal injury that could affect him for at least a week.
In addition, Kendrick Nunn suffered a sprain on his right ankle a few days ago. Lakers head coach Frank Vogel is optimistic that both players will be in the match.
In addition, Wayne Ellington missed Tuesday’s preseason match vs. the Warriors. He had an MRI showing a grade 1 hamstring strain. Therefore, his participation in the contest is at stake.
The Lakers will fight Sacramento Kings at the pre-season finale. NBA Thursday (October 14th).
– NBA Sports
The Lakers may not have five players in the season opener
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