Report: Kobe Bryant ruled out for two more weeks

Kobe Bryant could be facing another two weeks on the sidelines with fractured knee.

Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant could be facing at least another fortnight on the sidelines with his knee fracture.

The 35-year-old suffered a fractured lateral tibial plateau last month, and the Lakers have struggled in his absence.

He is still feeling discomfort and will likely miss the next two weeks or perhaps even a month, according to Bleacher Report.

Bryant was selected as a starter for the All-Star Western Conference team, but has since insisted that he would prefer to sit out, although the latest update would rule him out anyway.

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