Chris Paul Believes Kobe Will Recover From Concussion

Kobe Bryant is currently dealing with a broken nose and a concussion and at this point, his status for tonight’s game versus the Minnesota Timberwolves is uncertain. However, everyone understands that it will take a lot to make Kobe Bryant miss a game.

Bryant has played through injuries all throughout his career and has always found ways to maintain his great level of play. In fact, Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul talked about Kobe’s injury and even he believes the five-time NBA champion will recover from his concussion, Melissa Rohlin from the Los Angeles Times writes.

“I think Kobe will be all right,” Paul said about Kobe.

Paul has had some experience with concussions because he suffered one last March while with the New Orleans Hornets. Paul had to be taken off the court by a stretcher and missed a total of two games.

Luckily for Kobe and the Lakers, the concussion does not seem very serious and there is a chance that Kobe does not miss any games.

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