LeBron James has missed five games due to a left adductor strain. While he still remains on the injury report for tonight against the Spurs, his status has been upgraded by the Lakers.
The four-time NBA champion is listed as questionable and could play tonight. Anthony Davis (low back tightness) is also on the injury report listed as probable. He continues to be on the list, though he has played so far despite being on the injury report.
Juan Toscano-Anderson (mid back soreness) who has been out of action recently, is also probable to play in San Antonio. Finally, Patrick Beverley (suspension), Scotty Pippen Jr. (G League Two-Way) and Cole Swider (G League Two-Way) will miss the game.
The Spurs for their part have seven players on the injury report. A reported Lakers target Josh Richardson (right ankle sprain) is doubtful.
Zach Collins (left fibula non-displaced head fracture), Jordan Hall (right 5th finger distal interphalangeal joint dislocation) and Doug McDermott (left ankle sprain) are all listed as questionable.
Three players are out for San Antonio, namely, Blake Wesley (left Mcl sprain), Dominic Barlow (G League Two-Way) and Malaki Branham (G League on assignment).