Kobe Bryant Signs Extension with Lakers Despite Achilles Injury
Los Angeles Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak announced Monday that Kobe Bryan has signed a 2-year extension contract. This extension is in spite of the fact that Bryant hasn’t played this season due to a surgery he underwent in April to repair a ruptured Achilles tendon.
It is exciting news for Lakers fans and for Bryant’s fans, but they still must wait for him to fully heal before he takes back to the court.
Bryant has already returned to practices, but it is still uncertain when the basketball star will be able to start participating in games again.
It is good that he is taking plenty of time off to recuperate, and making sure he is fully healed before he returns to play will pay off in the long run. Some athletes rush back into games before their injuries have healed properly and end up right back on the sidelines again when they re-injure themselves.
We wish him the best with his continued recovery, and hope to see him back on the court again soon!
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