Lakers Vs. Suns: Josh McRoberts Out For Fifth Straight Game, Plus Probable Starting Lineups

The Los Angeles Lakers will try to win their seventh consecutive game at Staples Center on Tuesday night, hosting the Phoenix Suns in a Pacific Division battle. But the Lakers will have to do so without reserve forward Josh McRoberts, who is still suffering from a sprained left big toe. McRoberts will miss his fifth consecutive game tonight, per Mike Trudell of NBA.com.

The Lakers have beaten the Suns in seven of their last 10 meetings at Staples Center. Here is a look at the probable starting lineups for both teams Tuesday night:

Suns (4-4)

Point Guard: Steve Nash

Shooting Guard: Jared Dudley

Small Forward: Grant Hill

Power Forward: Channing Frye

Center: Marcin Gortat

Lakers (6-4)

Point Guard: Derek Fisher

Shooting Guard: Kobe Bryant

Small Forward: Matt Barnes

Power Forward: Pau Gasol

Center: Andrew Bynum

Tuesday night's 7:30 p.m. PST game will be televised by Fox Sports West. For more news and information on the Lakers, be sure to read Silver Screen and Roll.

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