After spraining his right wrist, Lakers reserve forward Jordan Hill is considered probable for Friday’s game against the Phoenix Suns.
“It’s not bad,” Hill told this newspaper following the Lakers’ 84-82 loss Tuesday to the San Antonio Spurs at Staples Center. “It’s tolerable.”
As he walked down an arena hallway, Hill wore a brace to support the wrist. Immediately after the game, Hill sat by his locker stall receiving stimulated treatment. Hill, who also has monitored a herniated disk in his back all season, said he couldn’t recall how he injured his wrist during the game.
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