Kobe Bryant has a bone spur in his left foot

MILWAUKEE — Not that it should be a surprise, but the Lakers have even more injuries to monitor.

The main one: Kobe Bryant has a bone spur in his left foot and will be reevaluated Friday to determine his availability when the Lakers play Saturday against the Sacramento Kings. Bryant didn’t speak to reporters after the Lakers’ 113-103 loss Thursday to the Milwaukee Bucks at BMO Harris Bradley Center, but he was seen in limping in the locker room afterwards. Bryant also has a sprained left ankle to monitor, an injury that kept him sidelined for two games earlier this month.

Bryant, who scored 30 points albeit on 6 of 17 shooting, routinely had his left ankle wrapped with a heated pad anytime he sat on the bench. But Bryant still played 36 minutes, including the final 6:47 of the fourth quarter.

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