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Lakers News And Rumors Recap: Steve Nash Suffers Potential Setback

The Los Angeles Lakers were back on the court as they faced the Chicago Bulls for a Sunday matinee game. The Lakers got off to a slow start and despite a push late in the fourth quarter, they were unable to overcome the early deficit and fell to the Bulls, 92-86.

En route to the home loss, Steve Nash was struck in the same spot on his leg where he suffered a fracture early into the 2013 season. Sunday’s injury resulted in nerve irritation that caused the point guard to miss the remainder of the game. Nash doesn’t believe the setback to be long-term and expects to play on Tuesday.

During a promotional event being held at the Nike Vault, Kobe Bryant provided an update on his recovery from a fracture in his left knee. Bryant stated he is limited to wait and see approach and will continue with bike exercises.

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  • Jim213

    Could’ve done what Singh does but alright.

    • LakersHeatBeef

      Dude i totally thought you were kidding.Wow just wow.This is NBA HELL!

  • LakersHeatBeef

    Wesley is getting a MRI,i have never heard of so many players getting MRI.

  • RETIRING

    MEDICAL RETIREMENT

  • LAL

    Please just retire Nash, spare us the misery and your huge salary so that we can sign someone a lot younger and healtier.

    • Joseph Apohen

      I am sick and tired of hearing Nash’s setbacks. Jerry West retired when he could no longer perform what he demands of himself. Of course he was not making 9.2 mil but then he was probablly making more in those days wages.
      Nash’s legacy is so diminished that soon he will not have any.

  • gm jack

    Why is a team Like the Lakers even have anyone that is 40 years old. Jordan was the only exception where some at that age made any impact when he was with Washington. And, If Jordan felt that he could not contribute, he would have pulled him self out of the roster.
    Lakers is running billion dollars business. Let’s run a company.

  • gm jack

    Lakers Injury is out of proportion. The team need to look at their medical staff.
    The Suns historical have had the best medical staff. This is fact. I was fortunate to attend some lectures by their staff on seminars.
    Even Shaq, after doing his tour made comments about the Suns medical/training staff being the best.
    Also, maybe the running style, non stop, by MDA is not normal fro NBA. Traditionally, PG would bring the ball up, set, and make plays. Fast break would be an exception, but, under MDA he Constant fast break style might be responsible for all of these injuries.
    The young players, wants to get minutes so they do not complain. Kobe was interested in catching up with Jordan for being third on all time scoring list, so he di dot care.
    Also, these players make so much money, they call all hire personal trainiers at $100 to $300 per hour 5 times per week.
    It is really unreal that the Lakers are all getting injured.

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