Skip Bayless Questions Darvin Ham’s Update About Anthony Davis’ Injury

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Written By Maya Cantina

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The Los Angeles Lakers may have lost more than just one game.

Darvin Ham’s team failed to keep up with the Minnesota Timberwolves without LeBron James.

On top of that, Anthony Davis was clearly bothered by an eye injury, leaving the floor and not being able to return.

This isn’t the first time that Davis has been hit by this ailment, and he said post-game that he couldn’t see.

That’s why sports analyst Skip Bayless seemed a little concerned about his health.

Following the game, he took to Twitter to express his concerns about Darvin Ham being tight-lipped regarding Davis’ condition, as it made him think that it might not be good at all.

Then again, the Lakers broadcast made it seem like Davis would be back on the court on Tuesday, so perhaps keeping him out of the game was just a precaution.

The Lakers need Davis on the floor if they want to stand a chance in the Play-In Tournament, let alone in the postseason.

Davis has been the best and most important player for them this season, dominating on both ends of the floor and shouldering the load when James has been out.

Even with LeBron on the floor, Davis has been their glue guy.

He’s their only legitimate two-way contributor, and he finally proved that he could be consistent.

The Lakers aren’t the most talented team in the league this season, and they definitely cannot afford to be without their most prominent player at this point in the campaign.

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