As the Los Angeles Lakers are continuing to embark this campaign with uncertainties, the currently sidelined Kendrick Nunn still remains determined to help his struggling squad once he returns.
Nunn, who has an extended period of unavailability this regular season, delivers some words of encouragement for Los Angeles with regards to his recovery and soonest comeback via Twitter.
After previous weeks of speculation that the 24-year-old would finally suit up this month, head coach Frank Vogel detailed an unfortunate news on Tuesday that Nunn will have a longer time to recover after his knee didn’t respond well to the ramped-up activity and bone bruise. With that, the season debut has to wait.
As the Lakers fell from the hands of the Indiana Pacers on Thursday, 111-104, and took their fourth loss out of the last five games, Nunn’s ball handling and scoring repertoire could have been handy and helpful in the rocky progress.
As such, what Nunn and the Lakers can do for now is to trust and be patient on the process. Amid the hurdles and issues that the franchise continues to face, they are convinced to fix their woes before the real battle begins in the postseason.