Los Angeles Lakers' LeBron James to miss second straight NBA game with ankle injury

The team announced that LeBron James, Los Angeles Lakers' star, will not be playing against the Oklahoma City Thunder Wednesday night because he has a sore right leg.
Anthony Davis, who suffered a right knee injury in the fourth quarter against the San Antonio Spurs on Tuesday, was declared questionable for Wednesday's match.

James sustained the injury during Sunday's win over the Memphis Grizzlies. Desmond Bane, James' right-leg guard, fell into James' after James scored a layup. James had to fall to the ground. He didn't test his ankle on Tuesday, and instead sat down against the Spurs. Malik Monk began in his place, scoring 17 point.

James missed 26 games last year with a high right leg sprain. Coach Frank Vogel said on Tuesday that it wasn't related to the injury.

"Same ankle. Different spot. Different injury," Vogel said.

Davis, who was injured in the knee and remained in the game for 32.2 seconds, said that he had received ice treatment in the locker room, but did not undergo any further evaluation Tuesday night.

This report was contributed by Dave McMenamin, ESPN.