#24 Kobe Bryant
Feb 23: Bryant (knee) won't return for at least three more weeks, Sports Illustrated reports. The announcement was made Friday, imparting that the earliest Bryant could be back in action is mid-March. Because the Lakers have two more years committed to him, there is no rush to get him back on the court, and if the ongoing discomfort in his knee continues, don't be surprised to see him shut down entirely.
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