There goes another injury for the Lakers.
According to reports, the Lakers star Jordan Clarkson strained the Patellar tendon in his left knee after he landed in a bad position in their match against the Denver Nuggets Wednesday (Thursday in the Philippines); he was out for the night after the injury.
Jordan Clarkson strained the Patellar tendon in his left knee. He won’t return tonight.
— Mike Trudell (@LakersReporter) March 3, 2016
Whether Clarkson’s injury is serious or not is still unknown.
With Lou Williams (strained hamstring), Larry Nance (sore knee), and Kobe Bryant (Sore shoulder) out of play for the evening, losing Clarkson was a huge blow to the Lakers roster; Lakers took a bitter 117-107 loss against the Nuggets.
Despite his Sore shoulder, Kobe Bryant played a good 11 minutes in the first half as a final show for the fans from Denver. He even gave a lucky fan a signed shoe!
— Los Angeles Lakers (@Lakers) March 3, 2016
The Lakers play against the Hawks on Friday (Saturday in the Philippines), and it’s unclear if Clarkson will make it in the game.
How do you think the Lakers can get out of this plague of injuries haunting the team?