NBA: Anthony Davis would be returning with the Lakers on Saturday, January 28, in a duel against the Celtics

The light at the end of the tunnel can already be seen for Anthony Daviswho according to ESPN’s Dave McMenamin, would be very close to returning to the NBA court with los angeles lakersthis same week.

The renowned journalist revealed that Davis, who has missed more than a month due to a stress injury and bone spur fracture in the navicular boneexpect to see action tomorrow, Wednesday against the San Antonio Spurs, or with greater certainty on Saturday, January 28 in a duel against the boston celtics.

Davis since he was injured on December 16, he has lost a total of 19 consecutive games, in which the Lakers have achieved a record of 10 wins and 9 losses in this span

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Up until the time he was injured, Anthony Davis was having one of the best, if not the best season of his career, averaging 27.4 points, 12.1 rebounds, 2.6 assists, 2.1 rebounds, 1.3 steals, on 59.4 percent efficiency on field goals, and 82.6 on free throws.

At the moment, the Angelenos are located in the twelfth place of the western conferencewith a record of 22 wins and 25 losses, one more win away from getting into the play-in zone, where they would aspire to fight for a place in the postseason.

LeBron James has been the leader to follow for those led by Darvin Ham, averaging 29.8 points, 8.5 rebounds, 6.9 assists, with 50.8 percent efficiency from the field, while Russell WestbrookDennis Schroder, and Thomas Bryant, have been stepping up their game recently, helping put the Lakers on a winning streak with 2 wins in a row.

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For the duel tomorrow Wednesday against the Spurs, the debut of Rui Hachimurawho was recently acquired by the Californian club through a transfer with the Washington Wizards, being a large element with 2.03 meters, with averages of 13 points, and 4.3 rebounds, which is expected to contribute positively.

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