Anthony Davis Feeling "Great" and Probable to Play in Game 6 for Lakers vs. Warriors

Lakers star Anthony Davis has been declared "probable" to play in Game 6 against the Golden State Warriors on Friday, according to coach Darvin Ham. Davis took a shot to the side of the head from Warriors' Kevon Looney in the fourth quarter of the Warriors' 121-106 win, but he is "not showing any signs of anything," Ham said. Davis was able to leave the arena after being evaluated and was not placed in a concussion protocol.

The Lakers enter the crucial Game 6 with a 3-2 series lead and Davis had been effective prior to his injury, scoring 23 points on 10-for-18 shooting with nine rebounds and three assists. "He's feeling great," Ham said. "Our medical staff gave us a great update." With press coverage buzzing about Davis' health, fans can rest assured knowing their star player has a good chance of being ready for action this Friday night.