Los Angeles Lakers could have Anthony Davis available for Sunday's game at Miami Heat after his injury status was upgraded to questionable.
The Lakers are 6/4 to win in the Money Line and Miami can be backed at 10/17.
Davis has been missing for the last five weeks with a sprained MCL in his left knee and in the 16 games he has missed so far, the Lakers are 7-9 and LeBron James admits the team have struggled in his absence.
"Whenever AD is ready, we're going to love that, that's for sure," said James, via abc News. "I mean he's one of our biggest guns that we have, and having him on the floor, it just creates so much for us offensively and defensively, able to do so much more.
"But his health is what's most important, and once we know that he's healthy, he knows that he's healthy, we get him back on the floor and then we start getting his wind and his rhythm."
Former Miami man Kendrick Nunn is the LA outfit's only other injury concern as he continues his recovery from a knee injury that has seen him miss the entire season so far.
The Heat have a number of selection issues as Kyle Lowry remains unavailable and Tyler Herro has entered health and safety protocols, while three other members of their roster are missing.
Miami have been in fine form at home with nine wins in their last 10 games and the Lakers go into the game on the back of a 116-105 win at Orlando Magic.