Lakers vs. Thunder: Lineups, injury report and broadcast info for Wednesday

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Erik García Gundersen
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The Los Angeles Lakers are back on the court on Wednesday night against the Oklahoma City Thunder, finishing the second of a two-game set between the two teams. The Lakers have gone into overtime in both of their last two games, including Monday night’s win against Oklahoma City.

LeBron James made some crucial plays in the 4th quarter to help the Lakers take a brief 3-point lead on Monday before Shai Gilgeous-Alexander tied the game after being fouled on a 3-point attempt. Tonight’s game will have a bit of a different feel, however, as Gilgeous-Alexander will not play due to knee soreness.

With Utah’s win last night, the Lakers need to score a win tonight to stay close to the Jazz in the race for the best record in the NBA.

Here’s when you should tune in to see the game:

  • Date: Feb. 10

  • Time: 10 p.m. ET

  • TV Channel: NBA League Pass, Spectrum SportsNet, Fox Sports Oklahoma

  • Spread via BetMGM: Lakers -11.5

Injury report:

Anthony Davis is officially listed as questionable for Wednesday night’s game. He missed Monday night as the Lakers said their star big man is dealing with Achilles tendinosis. For the Thunder, their star guard Shai Gilgeous-Alexander is out with a sore knee, and guard Theo Maledon is out due to the league’s health and safety protocols.

Oklahoma City Thunder (10-13)

  • Darius Bazley

  • Lugentz Dort

  • Al Horford

  • Hamidou Diallo

  • Kenrich Williams

Los Angeles Lakers (19-6)

  • LeBron James

  • Anthony Davis

  • Marc Gasol

  • Kentavious Caldwell-Pope

  • Dennis Schröder

This post originally appeared on LeBron Wire! Follow us on Facebook!