Los Angeles Lakers’ Trevor Ariza enters health and safety protocols

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Los Angeles Lakers’ Trevor Ariza enters health and safety protocols
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  • Brooklyn Nets
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  • Los Angeles Lakers
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  • Trevor Ariza
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  • Avery Bradley
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  • Frank Vogel
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Los Angeles Lakers forward Trevor Ariza has reportedly entered health and safety protocols, according to the team. Ariza is the Lakers’ fifth player to enter protocols, alongside Avery Bradley, Malik Monk, Kent Bazemore and Austin Reaves. Head coach Frank Vogel is also in protocols as well. The roster is down to 12 available players for Thursday’s game against the San Antonio Spurs.

Ariza has played in just two games this season for the Lakers after returning from ankle surgery, averaging 7.5 points and three rebounds in those two games. He has averaged 10.5 points, 4.8 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 1.5 steals per game in his career.

The former second-round pick has spent time with the 10 different organizations in 17 years in the NBA, including five seasons with the Houston Rockets. This is his second stint with the Lakers after playing in Los Angeles from 2007 to 2009.