Kobe Bryant will make his 2013-14 season debut on Sunday when the Lakers take on the Toronto Raptors at the STAPLES Center.
- Kobe Bryant returned to practice with the Los Angeles Lakers on Saturday for the first time since he tore his Achilles tendon seven months ago.
Kobe Bryant is making steady progress in his injury recovery, although the Los Angeles Lakers star is likely still weeks away from a return to the court.
Kobe Bryant is heading overseas to have a medical procedure unrelated to the torn Achilles tendon he sustained in April.
Kobe Bryant stepped off a flight from Dubai and showed up at the Los Angeles Lakers’ training complex Saturday, joining his teammates for the first morning of training camp.
Kobe Bryant isn’t sure he’ll be ready to play when the Los Angeles Lakers open the season on Oct. 29, although he remains ahead of schedule in rehabbing his surgically repaired Achilles’ tendon.
Has the face of the Los Angeles Lakers franchise played his last game for the purple and gold?
The Los Angeles Lakers have announced via Twitter that Kobe Bryant has suffered a possible torn Achilles in Friday night’s game against the Golden State Warriors.
Clippers guard Chauncey Billups underwent a successful surgery in Colorado on Wednesday to repair his torn left Achilles tendon that cost him the remainder of his first season in Los Angeles.
The Clippers dream season might have been dealt a major blow. With 5:48 left in the fourth quarter, Chauncey Billups injured his left Achilles tendon. But not just a tweak type of thing. HoopsWorld reports that Billups could potentially be finished for the season. Many of Billups teammates commented in the locker room that Billups was “done”, hinting that the Achilles was more than a strain and was in fact a full tear.