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Glen Davis News Archive
Davis said he's ankle is fully healed in advance of Thursday's Game 6. "I'm feeling better," Davis said. "I feel 100 percent, finally. Look forward to getting out there and bringing some energy."
Davis (ankle) played his usual bench role Saturday, scoring six points (3-5 FG) with three rebounds and two blocks in 11 minutes in Game 7 on Saturday.
Davis (ankle) will be able to play Saturday, the Los Angeles Times' Brad Turner reports.
Davis' left ankle feels better, and he may be able to play Saturday against the Spurs, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Davis (ankle) suffered a low ankle sprain in Thursday's Game 6 win over the Spurs, Ben Bolch of the LA Times reports. He is considered questionable for Saturday's Game 7.
Davis (ankle) suffered a sprained left ankle during the fourth quarter of Game 6 against San Antonio will not return, Isaac Lowenkron of Fox Sports reports.