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Lakers Practice VIDEOS: Teammates React To Kobe Bryant’s Injury Reviewed by Momizat on . With the news breaking today that an MRI revealed a lateral tibial plateau fracture in Kobe Bryant's left knee causing the Lakers star to be out six weeks, spir With the news breaking today that an MRI revealed a lateral tibial plateau fracture in Kobe Bryant's left knee causing the Lakers star to be out six weeks, spir Rating: 0
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Lakers Practice VIDEOS: Teammates React To Kobe Bryant’s Injury

With the news breaking today that an MRI revealed a lateral tibial plateau fracture in Kobe Bryant’s left knee causing the Lakers star to be out six weeks, spirits were down at this afternoon’s Lakers practice. Plus, the Lakers announced that Steve Nash is still a month away from potentially returning. Pau Gasol and Steve Nash react to the news, and Nash goes in depth about his personal physical limitations. Lakers guard Nick Young is determined that even with Bryant out, the team still has each other and they will get through this. Check out our Lakers Nation practice videos below and don’t forget to subscribe to our Lakers Nation YouTube Channel!

Kobe Bryant Out Six Weeks With Fracture In Knee, Steve Nash Out Approximately Four More Weeks


Pau Gasol Reacts To Kobe Bryant Being Out For Six Weeks With Fracture In His Knee


Steve Nash Discusses Being Out Another Four Weeks, Having Sprinting Limitations, Missing The Joy Of Basketball



Mike D’Antoni Reacts To Kobe Bryant Being Out Six Weeks With Knee Injury, Says Xavier Henry Will Be Point Guard


Nick Young: No Point Guards, No Kobe, But We Still Got Each Other

Xavier Henry On Playing The Point Guard Position With Kobe Bryant Out

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    Lakers signing Kendall Marshall for point guard depth

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    Desperate to replenish their guard depth, the Los Angeles Lakers have agreed to a deal with former NBA lottery pick Kendall Marshall, league sources told Yahoo Sports.

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