Lakers News: Kobe Bryant Will Play vs. Indiana Pacers

After suffering what was labeled a severe ankle sprain on Wednesday night against the Atlanta Hawks, Kobe Bryant will play tonight in Indiana against the Pacers. Bryant was initially listed as out indefinitely, which turned out to mean absolutely nothing.

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Bryant will suit up and take on the Pacers with Dwight Howard and the rest of the Lakers despite all the talk surrounding the severity of his ankle injury, according to Mike Bresnahan of the L.A. Times.

Even though most Laker fans believe Kobe should rest his ankle tonight against the Pacers, Bryant will be on the floor when the Lakers face Indiana.

Here’s our shootaround report to get you ready for tonight’s Lakers, Pacers game.

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