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Los Angeles Lakers’ great character, Anthony Davis, is expected to play in Game 6 of the team’s second playoff series, which draws on the Golden State Warriors on Friday.

Davis left Game 5 on Wednesday with an apparent head injury, but Chris Haynes of Turner Sport reported that he will be available in Game 6, except for a sitback. Mr Davignon, Member of the Commission. – Mr President, I would like to thank the rapporteur for his excellent work.

After the game, Lakers manager Darvin Ham was positive, but he offered no particulars. “He was shot in the head,” Ham said. “It looks like you’re doing very well already. This is where it is and the current stage.”

“I think he will play [Friday],” said Lakers guard Austin Reaves, via Dave McMenamin of ESPN, who reported that Davis felt “outraged” but was not immediately diagnosed with a concussion:

Davis was initially climbed onto the Lakers bench by athletic coach Jon Ishop before retiring to the back of the arena for further medical attention.

Davis was placed in a wheelchair and transported to a training room after hearing “sensitive” a source of information. However, Davis was able to get out of the arena at the end of the night by going to the bus without any assistance.

There was no mention of concussion after the initial evaluation of Davis, a source close to the Lakers center said.

He also reported that Davis’ parents visited him in the training room, as did Lakers executive Rob Pelinka and Davis’ agent Rich Paul.

In the event Davis is diagnosed with a concussion, the NBA has a firm protocol that will make his return in time for Game 6 questionable.

“A player who is diagnosed with concussion must be monitored regularly for 24 hours for symptom evolution, and therefore the player cannot start the process of handing back to participation until 24 hours after injury time,” wrote the league’s concussion protocol. For a player to return from a concussion, the following criteria must be met:

He must have had no concussion symptoms at rest.
He must be evaluated by a doctor.
He must have managed to complete the process of handing back to NBA participation.
The team doctor must have discussed the process of returning to participation with the director of the NBA concussion program.

For now, the axe nature of Davis’ injury has not been revealed.

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