Lakers' Anthony Davis out vs. Pacers with ankle injury

Dec 17, 2019 6:36 PM ET

Anthony Davis is averaging 27.4 points and 9.3 rebounds this season.

INDIANAPOLIS (AP)  -- All-Star forward Anthony Davis sat out Tuesday night's showdown between the Los Angeles Lakers and Indiana Pacers (7 ET, NBA TV).

Less than an hour after coach Frank Vogel said Davis would be a game-time decision, the team put him on the inactive list with a sprained right ankle.

Davis has played a key role in the Lakers' early-season success. At 24-3, they have the best record in the league. And the Lakers have won 14 consecutive road games.

A win at Indiana would give the Lakers a chance to match the league record for consecutive road wins Thursday at Milwaukee. Los Angeles won 16 straight road games in 1971-72.

Davis was replaced in the lineup by Jared Dudley.

Davis is averaging 27.4 points, 9.3 rebounds and 2.6 blocks this season. He came to the Lakers in a summer trade.


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