Anthony Davis went down with a groin injury in the first half and did not play the entire second half of the Lakers' Game 4 100-92 loss to the Suns.
After the game, Lakers coach Frank Vogel was asked about the injury.
"He has a strained groin and is undergoing further medical evaluation and will have more information tomorrow," Vogel said post-game
Vogel said that he did not know until the third quarter that Davis would be officially ruled out for the game.
The Lakers were 7-point favorites in Game 4 over the Suns in Los Angeles, according to FanDuel.
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