LeBron James and Anthony Davis will miss the Los Angeles Lakers road game against the Charlotte Hornets on Friday at the Spectrum Center. Russell Westbrook and Avery Bradley will play, Lakers head coach Frank Vogel announced in his pregame press conference. All four starters had been listed as questionable.

The game marks the second leg of a back-to-back for the Lakers, following their loss to the Philadelphia 76ers on Thursday. It's also the team's fifth road game in seven days. The Lakers will close out their East Coast swing with a visit to face the Atlanta Hawks on Sunday.

LeBron missed the Sixers contest after waking up with soreness in his left knee on Thursday. Vogel said LeBron is still experiencing swelling. As he did in Philly, James came out to do some light shooting before he was ruled out.

Davis — while outplaying Joel Embiid — fell on his right wrist in the first half and had to get it taped up. He had a mid-game X-ray which showed no fracture, and he returned to the floor. Afterward, he said the wrist felt sore and bothered him in the fourth quarter.

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Vogel admitted the Lakers may have held Davis out anyway for the second night of the back-to-back as AD ramps up his conditioning following his 17-game absence. Davis returned from an MCL sprain on Tuesday.

Vogel said both AD and LeBron are day-to-day. Their status for the Hawks game is still up in the air.

Westbrook — who has not missed a game since joining the Lakers — was a surprise inclusion on the injury report. He was listed with right knee soreness. He'll be good to go. The same goes for Avery Bradley (stomach illness).

Malik Monk is out for the Hornets game with groin soreness.