Anthony Davis might miss most of the regular season. The Los Angeles Lakers continue to be cautious with their superstar and are reportedly in no rush to have him back on the court with 33 games remaining.

An Achilles injury and a calf strain have kept Davis sidelined since Feb. 14. The Lakers said on Friday that the 28-year-old would be re-evaluated in two weeks. Four days after Los Angeles’ announcement, Yahoo Sports’ Chris Haynes reported that Davis could miss the next three weeks “and possibly beyond.”

If Davis returns four weeks after the March 12 announcement, he would only have the chance to play in about 16 more games before the postseason.

The Lakers’ regular-season schedule concludes on May 16. The playoffs begin on May 22.

Los Angeles wants Davis to be completely healthy for the postseason. Davis missed two games in February with his Achilles injury, and he aggravated the ailment in just his second game back.

The Lakers initially said Davis would miss four weeks.

With Davis out of the lineup, the Lakers have struggled. Frank Vogel's squad entered the All-Star break with seven losses over a 10-game stretch.

The Lakers have started the second half of the season on a two-game winning streak, defeating the Indiana Pacers and Golden State Warriors. The Lakers have a 26-13 record and are 2.5 games behind the Utah Jazz for the West’s No. 1 seed. The Lakers are 4.5 games ahead of the No. 7 seed San Antonio Spurs.

MVP candidate LeBron James has carried the Lakers with averages of 25.5 points, 7.9 rebounds and 7.9 assists per game.

Davis averaged 22.5 points, 8.4 rebounds and 1.8 blocks in 23 games. The eight-time All-Star was a top contender for the NBA Defensive Player of the Year award.

The Lakers aren't the only title contender dealing with an injury to a superstar. Kevin Durant of the Brooklyn Nets and Joel Embiid of the Philadelphia 76ers are both recovering from injuries as their teams sit atop the East.

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LeBron James #23 and Anthony Davis #3 of the Los Angeles Lakers celebrate during the game against the Memphis Grizzlies at Staples Center on February 12, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. Meg Oliphant/Getty Images