#sports Los Angeles Lakers fell on their court this Sunday 100-92 against the Phoenix Suns, who tied 2-2 this first round series of the NBA, and are on the roadblock of his figure Anthony Davis's injury.
One minute after the break, the pivot failed an entry to the basket and fell into a bad position, quickly taking his hand to his left leg.

Davis didn't return to the team after the break and the Lakers reported having a “left groin distente”.

“It's being evaluated and we'll have more information tomorrow,” Lakers technician Frank Vogel simply said about Davis.

The pivot missed half of the regular season due to various injuries and was certainly until the last minute for this match because of a problem in the left knee.

Davis wasn't playing a good match and only scored 6 points and 4 rebounds in 19 minutes on track.

The Suns already dominated 54-50 to break and did not allow the Lakers to jeopardize the victory in the last game at Staples Center (Los Angeles) before the series returns on Tuesday to Phoenix.

LeBron James finished with 25 points, 12 rebounds and 6 assists but none of his teammates stepped forward after Davis's injury.

The Spanish pivot Marc Gasol, with 12 points and 8 rebounds, enjoyed more minutes of play due to the absence of Davis and was the second top scorer in angelino.

For the Suns, veteran Chris Paul showed improvement in his right shoulder injury and led the offensive with 18 points and 9 assists, accompanied by escort Devin Booker with 17 and 5.

“We took a big fight to win this match,” said Paul, 36. “Come on 2-2, there's a lot of work to be done.”.
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