Los Angeles Lakers star Anthony Davis is determined to play against the Phoenix Suns in Game 4 on Sunday despite his left knee sprain.

“There’s no chance that I don’t play tomorrow,” Davis told reporters Saturday. “Just trying to get some rehab on it, some treatment … Doing everything I can to be on the floor tomorrow.”

Suns guard Chris Paul is listed as questionable with a right shoulder contusion. Paul has averaged just 6.7 points and 28.8 minutes per game while shooting 38.1 percent in three games.

On Saturday, coach Frank Vogel said Davis and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope will be listed as questionable for the game. Caldwell-Pope exited the Lakers’ 109-95 win on Thursday in the third quarter with a bruised left knee.

Davis did not appear to struggle with his knee during Thursday’s win, scoring 34 points with 11 rebounds in 40 minutes.

The Lakers lead the first-round playoff series 2-1 after winning the past two games.





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