Basketball: NBA: Lakers have to do without Anthony Davis for a long time

Basketball pro Anthony Davis will not be available to the Los Angeles Lakers in the NBA for at least four weeks.

The club confirmed that the 28-year-old suffered a sprain in his left knee in the 92-110 defeat at the Minnesota Timberwolves. Davis ‘absence exacerbates the Lakers’ personnel problems, who currently have to do without Avery Bradley, Talen Horton-Tucker, Dwight Howard, Malik Monk, Kendrick Nunn and Austin Reaves. In the table, the 17-time champion led by superstar LeBron James is sixth in the Western Conference with 16 wins from 30 games.

The German national basketball player Isaiah Hartenstein lost with the Los Angeles Clippers. At 103: 104, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander of the Oklahoma City Thunder sealed the 14th defeat in the 30th game of the season with the last throw. Hartenstein came off the bench and had a total of eight points.

Franz Wagner contributed 14 points to the 100: 93 success of the Orlando Magic at the Brooklyn Nets, which ended a seven-game series of defeats. Brother Moritz was not used. He is part of a Magic quartet that appears in the corona protocol. This list includes players who have found themselves familiar with the Coronavirus have infected or have been in close contact with such people. The Nets are currently missing a total of ten professionals, including superstar Kevin Durant.

Dennis Schröder with the Boston Celtics and Daniel Theis with the Houston Rockets were also absent. While Schröder missed the 114: 107 of the 17-time champions against the New York Knicks due to an illness, Theis did not get a move, although he was part of the squad. Without the 29-year-old, the Texans drove a 116:10 victory at the Detroit Pistons.

Isaac Bonga was allowed to play a little more than five minutes, but stayed at 119: 100 for the Toronto Raptors against the Golden State Warriors without points. In the table, the Canadians are in tenth place in the east.

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