Injury Updates: Detroit Pistons vs. Los Angeles Lakers Match Preview

On Tuesday evening, the Detroit Pistons and Los Angeles Lakers are set to clash in California, but both teams are facing injury woes. Here are the latest updates on player injuries for the upcoming game (current as of 8:30 PM Eastern Time).

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Detroit Pistons Injury Report: The Detroit Pistons have confirmed that Malcolm Cazalon, Quentin Grimes, Jared Rhoden, Isaiah Stewart, and Stanley Umude will not be available for the game.

Los Angeles Lakers Injury Report: Meanwhile, the Lakers will be missing Max Christie, Cam Reddish, Jarred Vanderbilt, and Gabe Vincent due to injuries.

Cade Cunningham’s Performance: In the previous game, Cade Cunningham showcased an impressive performance with 22 points, six rebounds, ten assists, and one block. He shot 9 for 18 from the field.

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Upcoming Game: Following the match against the Lakers, the Pistons will continue their road trip as they head to Arizona to face Devin Booker and the Phoenix Suns on Wednesday evening.

Key Players’ Status: Superstars Anthony Davis and LeBron James’ participation in the upcoming game remains uncertain due to injury concerns.

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Team Standings: The Pistons currently hold the 15th seed in the Eastern Conference with a record of 8 wins and 44 losses in 52 games.

They have won 4 out of their last 10 games and suffered a recent defeat against the Los Angeles Clippers with a score of 112-106.

Detroit Pistons : They Have Won 6 Out Of Their Last 10 Games And Are Coming Off

As for the Lakers, they occupy the ninth seed in the Western Conference with a record of 28 wins and 26 losses in 54 games. They have won 6 out of their last 10 games and are coming off a notable victory against the New Orleans Pelicans with a score of 139-122.

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D’Angelo Russell’s Contribution: In the Lakers’ recent win, 2019 NBA All-Star D’Angelo Russell played a pivotal role, scoring 30 points, grabbing two rebounds, dishing out five assists, and making one steal.

He shot 9 for 19 from the field and 6 for 13 from the three-point range during his 40 minutes on the court.

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