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Kobe Bryant was unavailable for comment after the Lakers loss to the Bucks on Thursday night as he sought treatment on his left foot. The Lakers later announced that Bryant has a bone spur in his left foot and he was seen leaving the Bradley Center with the help of a crutch.
“Inflamed on me, I’ll be all right,” Kobe told Yahoo! Sports as he left.
He is scheduled to be reexamined by a foot doctor in Sacramento on Friday. Bryant scored a game-high 30 points in the 113-103 loss.
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MILWAUKEE -- Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant has a bone spur in his left foot and will be examined further in Sacramento on Friday.
The team announced Bryant's injury after the Lakers' locker room had cleared out following their 113-103 loss to the Bucks on Thursday night.
Bryant spent a large amount of time in the trainers' room of the BMO Harris Bradley Center...
Kobe Bryant has a bone spur in his left foot.
Following Los Angeles' 113-103 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks on Thursday night, the Lakers revealed the injury. He left the arena using one crutch, but appeared to be walking without pain.
Bryant led the Lakers with 30 points, leaving him four points behind Wilt Chamberlain for fourth place on the NBA's career list. Bryant played...
It was yet another nail in the proverbial coffin for the Lakers last night, as they lost yet again to the Milwaukee Bucks and Kobe Bryant left the arena with another injury, an apparent bone spur in his foot that flared up. He was spotted on one crutch Tiny Tim style. If the Lakers make the playoffs, Kobe will have to declare, “God bless us, everyone!”
For fantasy owners, this...
Kobe Bryant eclipsed Wilt Chamberlain on Saturday night, becoming the NBA's fourth-highest career scorer.
Bryant's jump shot with 7:45 left in the second quarter against the Sacramento Kings put him at 31,421 total points for his career. Chamberlain finished his career with 31,419.
Bryant tied Chamberlain 22 seconds earlier with a driving lay-up.
Next on the list for Bryant...
SACRAMENTO -- The Lakers will probably have one or both of their aging backcourt starters ready to play Saturday against Sacramento.
The Lakers said Friday that Kobe Bryant was probable for the game after receiving treatment on his foot and ankle. He sat out two games recently because of a severely sprained left ankle and was bothered Thursday by a bone spur in his left foot.
Kobe Bryant has passed fellow Los Angeles Lakers great Wilt Chamberlain for fourth place on the NBA's career scoring list.
Bryant made a pull-up jumper from the free throw line with 7:54 remaining in the second quarter to eclipse Chamberlain's mark of 31,419 points. He tied Chamberlain 22 seconds earlier with a layup.
Bryant entered the game four points behind Chamberlain...
Before opting for one crutch to bring Kobe Bryant out of the Bradley Center on Thursday, the Lakers briefly considered using a wheelchair.
As the Lakers watch their lead on the eighth playoff spot in the Western Conference shrink, the team is also faced with more injury issues. I know, shocking, right? Both Kobe Bryant and Steve Nash are hobbled right now by pain.According to Dave McMenamin of ESPN Los Angeles, Bryant is dealing with bone spurs in his foot and Nash is battling hip spasms. The bone spurs have...
So the “Zen Master” has finally made his way to Twitter. I wonder if Kobe Bryant had a hand in this.
NBA coaching legend, Phil Jackson, has decided to take his talents to Twitter. It didn’t take long before his follower count reached 112,000 and to receive the blue check of approval, following one simple but complex tweet.
11 champ;ipnsikp[ ringhs
— Phil Jackson (@PhilJackson11...
Down 120-117 to the Lakers after a Kobe Bryant free throw miss with 3.4 seconds remaining in the game, Ricky Rubio grabbed the rebound and dribbled into a desperation 3-point attempt to tie the game. Kobe attempted to contest the shot and appeared to have made contact with Rubio’s arm. The refs did not call a foul which caused an enraged Ricky Rubio to argue the call to no avail...
Stars get the calls, apparently even on the road.
MINNEAPOLIS — The Los Angeles Lakers’ push for the playoffs just got a whole lot tougher.
Lakers forward Metta World Peace, the team’s best perimeter defender, is scheduled to have surgery on Thursday to repair a torn meniscus in his left knee. He’ll miss a minimum of six weeks, the team announced Wednesday.
That means that even if the Lakers get into the playoffs — they’re...