The Los Angeles Lakers have an extensive injury report heading to their Play-In showdown with the Minnesota Timberwolves, with LeBron James also popping up on it. Fortunately, the issue is not that serious.

While James has been listed with a right foot soreness, he is only labeled as probable for the game against the Timberwolves. It's no longer new for James to land on the injury report with a probable status, and he has often proceeded to play in those match-ups.

It's also unlikely that the Lakers sit out James in a must-win game. The Purple and Gold need to beat the Timberwolves to secure the no. 7 seed and set a first-round meeting with the Memphis Grizzlies in the playoffs. If they end up losing, they will have to face the winner of the New Orleans Pelicans-Oklahoma City Thunder game for a shot at the no. 8 seed.

Sure enough, LeBron and co. wouldn't want to go through that extra work of playing another game when they could have just rested.

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With the Timberwolves suspending Rudy Gobert for the Play-In against LA, the Lakers definitely have a great opportunity to officially secure a playoff spot.

Aside from LeBron James, Anthony Davis and D'Angelo Russell are also on the Lakers' injury report. AD is dealing with a right foot stress injury, while Russell is nursing a left foot soreness. Luckily, both players are also listed as probable.

With that said, it doesn't look like fans have to worry about LA's health heading to the Play-In.