The Los Angeles Lakers announced yesterday that the 35-year-old star player will most likely be sidelined for six weeks due to a knee injury.
Bryant fractured his left knee while playing the Memphis Grizzlies on Tuesday night.
The injury has come at an inopportune time, as it is just six games into the player’s season; he also missed the start of the Lakers’ 2013-2014 campaign while recovering from the Achilles tendon he tore back in April.
Regardless of his injuries, the 15-time All Star signed a two-year extension contract with his longtime NBA team.
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