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Kobe Bryant practiced for more than an hour Monday and “feels a whole lot better,” Lakers Coach Byron Scott said.
Kobe Bryant will sit out Sunday night, when the Lakers (12-25) host the Portland Trail Blazers (29-8) at Staples Center.
The Lakers (11-25) will try to win their second straight game, hosting the Portland Trail Blazers (29-8) on Sunday night at Staples Center.
Lakers 29, Magic 20 (end of first quarter)
Where is Steve Nash?
Kobe Bryant is still on track to start at guard in the NBA All-Star Game on Feb. 15.
The Lakers (11-24) will lose their first-round pick to the Phoenix Suns if they don't have a top-five selection in the 2015 NBA draft.
The Lakers may have struggled to make the playoffs this season at full strength, but the team has been far from injury-free.
Lakers rookie Julius Randle underwent surgery Tuesday to replace a screw in the fifth metatarsal in his right foot.
Five things to take away from the Lakers' 98-94 loss to the Trail Blazers on Monday night in Portland:
The Lakers announced sad news today in a statement on the team's website:
Kobe Bryant had harsh words for the Amateur Athletic Union after the Lakers' 109-106 loss to the Memphis Grizzlies.
With the latest returns announced on Thursday, Kobe Bryant is fourth in balloting for the NBA's 2015 All-Star Game with 694,665 votes.
The debate continues, should the aging Kobe Bryant, now a 36-year old veteran, try to dominate the game with his individual talents or play a team-oriented game?
New Lakers forward/center Tarik Black arrived in El Segundo after practice on Monday and introduced himself to General Manager Mitch Kupchak, Coach Byron Scott and his staff, and some of Black's new teammates.
The Lakers ended a winless Week 8 with Kobe Bryant considering taking time off after the team's Sunday-night loss to the Sacramento Kings.
The Lakers (9-22) fell short after a fourth-quarter rally, falling to the Phoenix Suns (18-14). Here are five takeaways from their 116-107 loss on Sunday at Staples Center.
On Sunday, the Lakers claimed former Houston Rockets forward/center Tarik Black off waivers.