The Los Angeles Lakers will be down both Anthony Davis and LeBron James on Wednesday night against the Houston Rockets.

Minutes after LeBron declared himself out as he continues to rest his right ankle, ESPN's Dave McMenamin reported that Davis would miss the Lakers' regular-season home finale, too.

Both players were initially listed as questionable on the team's injury report. Davis' ailment was cited as left adductor tightness.

Various reports and speculation pointed towards the Rockets matchup as a target date for James' return, but he evidently decided against lacing it up.

Late in the Lakers' taxing overtime win over the New York Knicks on Tuesday night, Davis seemed to aggravate his groin. After the game, AD admitted that he was beaten up after banging with Julius Randle for 40+ minutes.

“I’m hurting,” Davis said. “Not more so my body, my groin got tight. That was really it. Not sure what it came from. But the groin got a little tight. There’s no way I was coming out the game. Big game for us…the situation that we’re in trying to battle for sixth…I didn’t wanna come out, no matter the injury. Finished the game and make sure we secured the win.”

The Lakers will get two days off before finishing their regular season with a road back-to-back against the Indiana Pacers and New Orleans Pelicans over the weekend.

James and Davis may be in street clothes, but both superstars will surely be present when the 2020 championship banner in front of a Staples Center crowd.