Lakers' Anthony Davis sustains right ankle sprain vs. Jazz, will be re-evaluated after All-Star break

Lakers' Anthony Davis sustains right ankle sprain vs. Jazz, will be re-evaluated after All-Star break. Lakers star Anthony Davis was helped off the court after landing awkwardly and appearing to turn his right ankle in the second quarter of Wednesday's game against the Utah Jazz at Crypto.com Arena.

Lakers star Anthony Davis was helped off the court after landing awkwardly and appearing to turn his right ankle in the second quarter of Wednesday's game against the Utah Jazz at Crypto.com Arena. Davis jumped and didn't land cleanly as his foot made contact with Utah center Rudy Gobert.

Davis was unable to put any weight on his ankle as teammates helped him off the court. He received X-rays, which came back negative, and was diagnosed with a sprain. The Lakers star will receive treatment over the All-Star break and be re-evaluated when the team returns.

Davis missed 17 games earlier this season with a sprained MCL in his left knee. He had 17 points, two rebounds, two assists and two blocks in the first half against the Jazz.

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