Lakers’ Cam Reddish gets hopeful injury return update for Clippers game……

Expect Cam Reddish to come off the bench whether he’s active against the Clippers or gets back on the floor a day later versus the Washington

Wizards. He emerged as a starter for the Lakers early in the season due to his ability to defend at the point of attack, but Ham has since shifted to

more offense-focused lineups to ease the burden on LeBron James and Anthony Davis. D’Angelo Russell has started his last 22 games next to Austin Reaves in the backcourt, a stretch over which Los Angeles has righted its once wayward ship to g

o 14-8. Rui Hachimura has opened next to Russell, Reaves, James and Davis for half of those contests, including the last ninReddish has not played since January 23rd, when he sprained his right ankle in the Lakers’ double-digit loss to the Clippers. The fifth-year pro was initially set to be re-evaluated

after two weeks, sparking optimism he’d return before the All-Star break, but Reddish didn’t recover as quickly as anticipated. He was listed as

questionable for Los Angeles’ loss to the Phoenix Suns on Sunday but didn’t play, an upgrade from his status on previous injury reports.The Los

Angeles Lakers could get arguably their best perimeter defender back just in time for a matchup with their star-studded cross-arena rivals. Cam Reddish is inching toward returning from the ankle injury that’s cost him

the last month of action and could be cleared for the Lakers’ battle with the LA Clippers on Wednesday, according to head coach Darvin Ham.

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