Kings SG Terence Davis (Ankle) Ruled OUT For Tuesday Vs. Lakers


January 4

Sacramento Kings guard Terence Davis has been ruled out of the team’s matchup with the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday night due to left ankle soreness, per Sports 1140 KHTK’s Franklin Cartoscelli.

Davis will miss his fourth straight game with the ankle issue which puts a slight dent into Sacramento’s depth as he is averaging 17.4 minutes per game in 22 appearances this season. He has missed eight of the Kings’ last ten games with the ankle injury after making a return for two games and heading back onto the injury report. With Davis unable to go, it’s likely that backcourt starters Davion Mitchell and Buddy Hield will see some extra minutes due to the slight lack of depth.

Davis has averaged 9.5 points, 3.1 rebounds, and 1.0 assists per game in 22 appearances including seven starts.

Sacramento Kings Vs. Los Angeles Lakers

The Sacramento Kings are currently six-point underdogs against the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday night with the total set at 230, per the FanDuel Sportsbook.

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