Found December 27, 2012 on Menudo Bol:
2-3 weeks. That puts us in late January. And this is crucial for the Lakers and Steve Nash’s legs. See, Blake can space the floor and give Nash some much needed minutes of rest. Cause if the Lakers have any intentions of making a run in the playoffs, they’re gonna need Nash’s legs fresh.
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