The fall seemed sudden. The fall sounded loud. And the fall appeared painful.
“I just couldn’t really move,” (D’Angelo) Russell said following the Lakers’ 117-114 overtime loss to the Utah Jazz on Tuesday at Stan Sheriff Center. “After it kind of loosened it up a little bit, I was able to move a little bit.”
Lakers coach Byron Scott expressed uncertainty whether Russell would practice on Wednesday in Hawaii. But Russell remained optimistic he could both practice then and play in Thursday’s game against Toronto in Ontario.
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