Los Angeles Lakers star Anthony Davis will play against the Phoenix Suns in Game 4 on Sunday despite his left knee sprain, coach Frank Vogel said.

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

Davis did not appear to struggle with his knee during Thursday's win, scoring 34 points with 11 rebounds in 40 minutes. He also had 34 points in their Game 2 win to go with 10 rebounds.

Vogel also said that Kentavious Caldwell-Pope will not play in Game 4. Caldwell-Pope exited the Lakers' 109-95 win on Thursday in the third quarter with a bruised left knee. He was listed as day-to-day on Friday and questionable on Saturday.