Steve Nash exited the Los Angeles Lakers’ game against the Chicago Bulls Sunday and did not return because of nerve irritation in his left leg.
Nash will be re-evaluated Monday and was held out of the final portion of the game “as a precaution,” according to the team. The Bulls won, 92-86.
“I just took a knee to the spot where I broke my leg,” Nash said. “Ever since I did that I’ve had a lot of nerve issues there and it just really flared up on me. I don’t think it’s going to be a long-term thing at all. Hopefully it’s something that can just settle down this week, hopefully by Tuesday.”
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