LeBron misses Grizzlies game with foot soreness amid injury fears
LeBron James is missing the Los Angeles Lakers' game against the Memphis Grizzlies after appearing to sustain an injury in his last outing.
James was clearly limping by the end of Sunday's win over the Dallas Mavericks.
The 38-year-old went down in some pain late in the third quarter of that game, although replays showed there was no contact with a Mavericks player.
Now, the Lakers have confirmed James will not play any part against the Grizzlies on Tuesday, listing his right foot soreness on their injury report.
ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski has reported James is feared to be out for several weeks, although he is still undergoing further testing.
James said after Sunday's game his foot had "been better".
The team have increasingly limited options, with D'Angelo Russell already doubtful due to the right ankle sprain that kept him out of the Mavericks game.
Anthony Davis was probable to play despite what the Lakers described as a right foot stress injury.
The 29-32 Lakers are a game back from the play-in places in the Western Conference.