Brandon Bass Injury: Updates on Lakers Forward’s Ankle and Return

January 13th, 2016 by Mike Norris Leave a reply »
Los Angeles Lakers forward Brandon Bass turned his right ankle Tuesday night against the New Orleans Pelicans, according to Mike Trudell of the team's official website. 

Continue for updates.

Bass' X-Rays Negative Wednesday, Jan. 13 Bass was officially diagnosed with a sore right foot and is questionable for the Lakers' nationally televised showdown against the Golden State Warriors on Thursday, per Trudell. 

Bass is in his first year with the Lakers after playing for four other teams his first 10 seasons in the NBA.

He grew from a role player with the New Orleans/Oklahoma City Hornets and Dallas Mavericks to at least a part-time starter with the Orlando Magic and Boston Celtics.

Bass joined a young, rebuilding Lakers team this season, led by none other than his first head coach in New Orleans—Byron Scott.

Earlier this season, Scott talked about Bass' development from inexperienced rookie to NBA veteran, per Mark Medina of the Los Angeles Daily News:

"You know what you’ll get when you put him in the game. He’s not backing down to people. He’s one of those t ...

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