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Lakers’ Kobe Bryant Heads To The Locker Room With Arm Injury Reviewed by Momizat on . In the first quarter of the showdown with the Oklahoma City Thunder on the road, Kobe Bryant injured his right arm in collision with Thabo Sefolosha. Kobe suffe In the first quarter of the showdown with the Oklahoma City Thunder on the road, Kobe Bryant injured his right arm in collision with Thabo Sefolosha. Kobe suffe Rating:
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Lakers’ Kobe Bryant Heads To The Locker Room With Arm Injury

In the first quarter of the showdown with the Oklahoma City Thunder on the road, Kobe Bryant injured his right arm in collision with Thabo Sefolosha. Kobe suffered an ulnar contusion in the collision and is questionable to return.

Kobe has been dealing with an elbow injury for quite some time.

Here’s the injury:

UPDATE: Kobe checked back into the game late in the second quarter. He favored his right arm and took a left handed running hook in his first attempt after the return.

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  • Marty Susman

    This Coach, this team put together by Jim Buss is destroying what is left with Kobe’s basketball life… This team will not win a ring, this team is OLD, SLOW & put together WRONG !!!! This team needs to be totally blown up, Gasol, Blake, Nash, Howard, Blake, Ebanks, Morris & THE COACH all need to be gone before the next season begins or we will see another rotten year of basketball out of the Lakers….

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