- Anthony Davis left game 4 of Suns-Lakers series with a groin strain after awkward fall
- Video shows Davis being unable to walk to the locker room on his own
- Read more sports articles here
Things aren’t looking good for the Lakers as the Suns have tied the series 2-2 and Anthony Davis appears to have suffered a significant leg injury.
In the first half of Sunday’s Suns-Lakers game 4 of the playoffs, Davis fell awkwardly and hard to the floor.
Anthony Davis injury from the first half pic.twitter.com/twbF75RSJi
— THE NBA Hustle 🏀 (@TheNBAHustle) May 30, 2021
Eventually, Davis was forced to leave the game with a groin sprain and was not able to return.
Lakers’ Anthony Davis is out for remainder of Game 4 vs. Suns due to left groin strain.
— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) May 30, 2021
A video of Davis being barely able to walk to the locker room should be worrying for Lakers fans.
As of now Davis’ status for the rest of the series is uncertain.
Frank Vogel on AD's injury: "He has a strained groin and he's going under further evaluation."
— Ryan Ward (@RyanWardLA) May 30, 2021
Frank Vogel says that Anthony Davis is undergoing more medical evaluation today and the team will provide an update tomorrow.
— We Believe Faigen (@hmfaigen) May 30, 2021