Just as Andrew Bynum stepped foot toward the Staples Center exit tunnel, Lakers Coach Mike Brown cauight a glimpse of him.
It left him convinced the left ankle injury Bynum suffered during the Lakers' 120-112 victory over the Golden State Warriors on Sunday won't become what he calls a "long-term" absence.
"I think it's OK," Bynum said. "He was able to walk out fine."
The Lakers won't officially know the severity of Bynum's injury until Monday when the team plans to re-evauluate him after X-rays taken Sunday night turned out negative. The team has listed his injured left ankle as a "moderate sprain," and it remains unclear if he will play when the Lakers host New Jersey on Tuesday. Although Bynum walked out of the arena before most reporters saw him, Lakers.com's Mike Trudell reported to have talked to Bynum. Trudell described the ankle as "sore," and highlighted Bynum's contention that his ankle fee...