Lakers Injury Update: Avery Bradley Will Not Play On Four-Game Road Trip, To Be Re-Evaluated After Thanksgiving Day

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Lakers Injury Update: Avery Bradley Will Not Play On Four-Game Road Trip, To Be Re-Evaluated After Thanksgiving Day
Lakers Injury Update: Avery Bradley Will Not Play On Four-Game Road Trip, To Be Re-Evaluated After Thanksgiving Day

On Nov. 14, Avery Bradley's MRI revealed a hairline fracture in a non-weight bearing bone of his right leg (fibular head). Bradley's injury originally occurred in the 103-96 win over the San Antonio Spurs when Dejounte Murray drove to the basket and accidentally kicked him in the knee area. While X-rays returned negative, Bradley did not play against the Chicago Bulls. However, the 28-year-old did return for the team's next four games where he played extremely well. As the Los Angeles Lakers prepare for a four-game road trip, Bradley will not play, but will be re-evaluated after Thanksgiving Day, according to Dave McMenamin of ESPN: More details as it becomes available.

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