Bryant has concussion to go with broken nose from All-Star game
The Lakers said Kobe Bryant saw a neurologist and was diagnosed on Tuesday
Bryant, whose status is day-to-day, will see the doctor again on Wednesday
Bryant was injured at the All-Star game, knocked to the floor by Dwyane Wade
EL SEGUNDO, Calif. (AP) -- Kobe Bryant has a concussion in addition to the broken nose he sustained in the All-Star game.
The Los Angeles Lakers say Bryant saw a neurologist on Tuesday and he diagnosed the concussion. The All-Star guard will see Dr. Vern Williams again on Wednesday, and his status for that night's home game against Minnesota is day-to-day.
Bryant was first examined Tuesday by an ear, nose and throat specialist, who confirmed his broken nose and referred him to Williams.
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