Kobe Bryant and Steve Nash have been battling devastating injuries all season long, and it now appears as if those injuries will keep them sidelined through the season's end.
Upon re-evaluation, Kobe Bryant is expected to miss at least the next three weeks with his fractured knee.
Kobe Bryant shared some insight into his rehabilitation prior to Sunday's All-Star game, as well as his thoughts on the future of the Lakers.
Despite an original timeline of just one week, Xavier Henry's knee will cause him to miss at least another four weeks.
After suffering another set back with the nerve issues in his leg, it looks like Steve Nash is likely out until after the All-Star break.
Despite earlier reports of retirement, Steve Nash reiterates that he has no plans to retire this summer.
The Lakers' shooting guard has been diagnosed with a non-displaced fracture of the left patella and a bone bruise.
The Lakers are set to get some reinforcements back in the lineup Tuesday, as Steve Blake and Steve Nash are expected to start vs. Minnesota.
Injured guards Steve Nash, Steve Blake and Jordan Farmar may all returned Tuesday in Minnesota.
Pau Gasol's MRI reveals a strained right groin and will miss at least a week before being re-evaluated.
Steve Nash's return is possible for next Tuesday night, if he can get through Thursday's practice.
After being examined by team physician Dr. Steve Lombardo, Kobe Bryant still has pain and swelling in his fractured left knee.
After about six months of rehabilitation, Kobe Bryant is expected to miss at least two more weeks as he recovers from a fractured left knee.
Kobe Bryant gives an update on his recovery status, but still is unsure of the timetable on his return.