On January 17, the NBA’s famous Shams reported that Lakers star Anthony Davis has made significant progress in the rehabilitation of his right foot stress injury and is expected to return before the All-Star Game. Medical experts analyzed the key to the return of thick eyebrows in the future, and the Lakers reporter also revealed that after Brown’s 10-day contract expires, the team does not plan to sign new players for the time being, and the 15th lineup will be empty.
“Anthony Davis is running now, and once he gets to that stage, he’s going to accelerate back on the field. It won’t be long before he’s going to be able to start confrontation training,” Shams said on the show. “I’ve been told that Davis Hope to be back a few games before the All-Star break.”
For the Lakers, this is definitely good news. They have suffered a three-game losing streak and currently rank 13th in the Western Conference with 19 wins and 24 losses. The return of thick eyebrows can significantly improve the strength of the Lakers. Before the Lakers played against the 76ers, Thick Eyebrow trained on the court for a period of time.
“The potential return point is early February, he’s got a bone spur, he’s got a stress reaction in his right foot,” Shams said. Just got to come back before then. We’ll see if he can come back, and now his goal is to get back on the court a few games before the All-Star break.”
American media clutchpoints said that Davis should return around the trade deadline on February 9, which will definitely affect the Lakers’ strategy and may directly affect their trading operations. Lakers reporter Dan Woike said that Sterling Brown’s 10-day contract expired yesterday, and the Lakers are expected to leave the 15th lineup empty, which means that they do not plan to sign new players for the time being. Prior to this, the Lakers tried out free agents Cousins and Meyers Leonard.
Medical expert Rajpal Brar said that Davis seems to be progressing well in his recovery, and the key to the future is how his feet react after each return progress. Some experts mentioned earlier that he must ensure that he completes each stage of rehabilitation training in a pain-free state.