After a turbulent start to the season in which they barely had half their rotation, the Lakers have almost completely emptied their sick bay. Only Anthony Davis and Kendrick Nunn remain there indefinitely. But if the first is glimpsed a possible return for the coming weeks, with the second things have intensified. Asked about the evolution of players absent due to injury, Frank Vogel has explained that Nunn’s knee was not responding positively to the increased workload. Which leads to delay his return again.
Nunn’s return to the courts has already been postponed a few times. In principle, it was planned that the player would miss the first weeks of official competition, but those deadlines have been dilating until consuming, for the time being, three months. The latest estimates pointed to January as a possible time for the shooting guard to wear shorts again, but the latest news returns the deadlines of his injury to indeterminacy. It’s not good news that the injury report from the CBS place your next reevaluation by the end of February.
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