Los Angeles Lakers: Mike D’Antoni Should Be To Blame For Kobe Bryant Achilles Injury

Posted: April 14, 2013 in Uncategorized

The Inscriber

The Los Angeles Lakers began the night in the thick of the playoff chase for the eighth and final seed in the Western Conference.

With the Lakers leading the Utah Jazz by a half games for the eighth spot, all eyes were focused on earning a crucial victory tonight against an always tough Golden State Warriors squad.

By the end of the night, with victory sealed, the Lakers’ mindset shifted dramatically: how to move on without shooting guard Kobe Bryant.

The future Hall of Fame shooting guard suffered a devastating torn Achilles with roughly three minutes remaining in the contest while attempting to drive past Warriors forward Harrison Barnes.

It was the third time in the second half that Bryant appeared to injure himself in the second half. Lakers’ head coach Mike D’Antoni opted to keep Bryant in the game even though it was rather obvious the guard…

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