Lakers coach Byron Scott heaped praise on Julius Randle but wouldn't commit to him as the starting power forward.
Kobe Bryant finished Wednesday's loss in Cleveland with 17 points on 5-of-16 shooting, three 3-pointers, six rebounds, three assists and one steal.
Jordan Clarkson headed into the All-Star break on a high note, racking up 22 points, seven assists, six rebounds, three 3-pointers and one steal vs. the Cavaliers.
Lou Williams led the Lakers on Wednesday with 28 points, four rebounds, two assists and one block, making 9-of-15 FGs and 6-of-7 FTs while going 4-of-6 beyond the arc.
Roy Hibbert (ankle) started vs. the Cavs on Wednesday but had only nine points, three rebounds and one turnover in 17 minutes of action.
D'Angelo Russell's recent groin injury wasn't an issue on Wednesday, as he came off the bench for 15 points on 5-of-11 shooting, three 3-pointers, three assists, two rebounds and two steals.
Anthony Brown (right ankle) didn't play vs. the Cavs on Wednesday.
Julius Randle's double-double streak screeched to a halt on Wednesday, as he posted just seven points and eight rebounds in 27 minutes vs. the Cavs.
Larry Nance (knee) is pain-free and has ramped up his workouts.
Kobe Bryant (shoulder) will start against the Cavs on Wednesday.
Robert Sacre will return to the bench for Wednesday's game vs. Cleveland.
Roy Hibbert (ankle) will start on Wednesday against the Cavs.
Byron Scott acknowledged during a recent interview that he's been hard on D'Angelo Russell.
Anthony Brown sprained his right ankle during Tuesday's practice and is being listed as doubtful for Wednesday's game vs. the Cavs.
Roy Hibbert (left ankle) is probable for Wednesday's game against the Cavaliers.