The Los Angeles Lakers, like every other team around the NBA, are constantly dealing with the threat of a COVID-19 outbreak among players and other members of the organization, and as a result, sometimes it’s hard to keep track of who is — and isn’t — eligible to play for this team on any given night.
To help with that, below we will be keeping a list of the players who are currently available, which ones are in the protocols, which ones are injured, and any other staff members who are moved into isolation as the season continues to press forward in spite of these less than ideal circumstances.
Bookmark this page and return back for the latest information on who is and isn’t available for this team moving forward.
- Russell Westbrook, guard
- Talen Horton-Tucker, guard
- Malik Monk, guard
- Avery Bradley, guard
- Wayne Ellington, guard
- Austin Reaves, guard
- Kent Bazemore, guard
- LeBron James, forward
- Carmelo Anthony, forward
- Trevor Ariza, forward
- DeAndre Jordan, center
- Dwight Howard, center
- Stanley Johnson, forward (on a 10-day contract)
- Mason Jones, guard (on a two-way contract)
Players in the NBA’s Health and Safety Protocols
- Anthony Davis, forward/center (MCL sprain in left knee)
- Kendrick Nunn, guard (entered healthy and safety protocols before testing out, remains out with bone bruise)
Other Staff Members in the Protocols
- None currently.
Below, we will keep an updating list of our latest stories on who is in and out of the protocols. Bookmark this page for further updates as these stories continue to develop, and stay safe out there.