LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) Injured Steve Nash could be out up to four weeks after fracturing his fibula on his left leg during a game against the Portland Trailblazers, according to the Los Angeles Lakers.
Nash was hurt on October 31 during the second quarter after crashing into rookie Damian Lillard on
Nash tried to play in the second half, but after playing a few seconds he couldn’t move properly and left the game for good.
After his MRI revealed he had a fracture on his leg, the Lakers said he will miss ‘at least’ one week.
Today, Mike Brown said he will miss up to a month.
Without Nash, Steve Blake will take the starting role at point guard.