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Lakers News: Xavier Henry Out At Least Another Week Reviewed by Momizat on . As the matchup against the Cleveland Cavaliers got underway on Tuesday night, an update was given on Xavier Henry's status. Henry will miss at least another wee As the matchup against the Cleveland Cavaliers got underway on Tuesday night, an update was given on Xavier Henry's status. Henry will miss at least another wee Rating: 0
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Lakers News: Xavier Henry Out At Least Another Week

Xavier Henry 9As the matchup against the Cleveland Cavaliers got underway on Tuesday night, an update was given on Xavier Henry’s status. Henry will miss at least another week with the bone bruise in his right knee according to ESPN’s Dave McMenamin:


The injuries continue to pile up for the Los Angeles Lakers with Henry being one of the many on the shelf for this team. Henry was thought to possibly return against the Cavs on Tuesday, but was dealing with soreness in the injured knee that ultimately kept him out of the lineup.

Along with Henry out for at least another week, the Lakers are without Steve Blake, Steve Nash, Jordan Farmar and Kobe Bryant. Nash and Bryant might return to the floor for the Lakers on Jan. 28 against the visiting Indiana Pacers, but nothing is set in stone at this point.

In the meantime, the Lakers will have to take the floor with a depleted backcourt with Jodie Meeks and Kendall Marshall leading the way.

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  • LakersHeatBeef

    At least Xavier is not out for the season.Thank god.

  • Oh Henry

    I am totally confused and head scratching as to why the Lakers took so long to go into a all out full blown tank mode?????At first the Lakers were 10-9 and people were saying they are so much better than last season and this and that all bogus BS from the loving Lakers fans that are loyalist.

    Then suddenly Kobe Bryant comes back and he looks a step or two slow and he couldn’t get any lift on his jumpers and he was much heavier than his usual playing weight also he was turning the ball over and missing tons of easy shots all that and then he get got hurt again after only 6 games and a stinky 2-4 record.He went away then the Lakers won 1 game after he left against Minnesota and since then the Lakers beat Utah so they are 2-11 since Kobe Bryant left because of his knee fracture.The Lakers are losing to just about any team and they have the next 7 games on the road for the Grammy Road Trip.Lakers will likely lose all 7 road games and then be 14-31.But seriously why did they try early on in the season?

    Are they aware that Kobe is more injured than anyone knows or is Nash not coming back at all?Is Jim Buss desperate for Andrew Wiggins or Joel Embiid?Or is it Jabari Parker or Julius Randle that make Mitch Kupchak fall in love?Or is Jimmy Buss looking at the Point Guards Marcus Smart and Dante Exum?

    So many great choices the Lakers have never tanked before something big is up.Mike D’Antoni deserves credit for not quitting on this team.I am shocked he hasn’t just resigned his position effective immediately i know most coaches would quit under all this scrutiny and finger pointing caused by losing.They should have tanked from the start and secured the top pick.Now it’s top 3.

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