Anthony Davis’ injury means ‘trouble’ for the Lakers – Michael Wilbon | SportsCenter

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Adrian Wojnarowski, Tony Kornheiser & Michael Wilbon, and Dave McMenamin join SportsCenter to react to Los Angeles Lakers big man Anthony Davis’ calf injury.

0:00 Woj explains the latest on AD’s injury.

2:23 The PTI guys discuss what it means for the Lakers.

4:48 McMenamin explains the reaction in the Lakers’ locker room.


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