SAN FRANCISCO - (AP) - Lakers coach Darwin Hamm said he expects Anthony Davis to play Friday night in Los Angeles, adding that the eight-time All-Star big man is "showing no signs of anything" and that the NBA's Western Conference semifinals are missing. Concussion protocol after head injury in late 5.

"We checked in with him, and he's feeling great," Hamm said. “Our medical staff gave us a great update. He's not in the (action) protocol."

Davis will be listed as probable for Game 6 against the Golden State Warriors. "It's huge," Hamm said. "He's the centerpiece of what we're trying to do on both sides of the ball and for us in general, our success rate. So that was great, great news."

Davis was injured when Golden State's Kevon Looney accidentally hit him in the head midway through the fourth quarter of the Warriors' 121-106 win in San Francisco.

Davis clutched his head on the bench before heading to the locker room with 7:43 left in the game. He and Looney were battling for position in the paint on a driving layup by the Lakers' D'Angelo Russell.

Davis needed a wheelchair to get to the locker room, but walked out of the Chase Center on his own, TNT reported.

Hamm confirmed that the Lakers' medical staff properly evaluated Davis and the potential head injury. "We follow protocol, not just with the AD, but with our players, any of our employees," Hamm said.

The Lakers lead the best-of-seven series 3-2. Davis finished with 23 points on 10-for-18 shooting, nine rebounds and three assists, but did not block a shot.

After the game, teammate Austin Reaves said Los Angeles would be ready with or without Davis. “Obviously, AD is huge for what we do. I believe he'll play, but if he doesn't, we're still a group of NBA basketball players who played games without him this year," Reaves said. "You never want to play a big game without a guy like that. But that's the nature of the game."