A Laker at the bottom of the hole lets out a cry from the heart
While the Lakers have been struggling for months, one player must be feeling particularly bad: Kendrick Nunn, who still hasn’t played a regular season game. In question ? A knee problem. The person concerned has just posted a message to the fans, just to explain himself.
Clumsiness in attack, glaring inefficiency in defense: the problems at the Lakers are numerous during this season. However, extenuating circumstances can be found, with absences. The covid has been there, as have the injuries: Anthony Davis has not yet returned, although his return is getting closer.
He is not the only one to have missed a good part of the matches: Kendrick Nunn is also concerned, he who has not played a regular season meeting until now. He played in pre-season, but a knee injury prevents him from returning at present.
Kendrick Nunn makes a promise to the Lakers
As you can imagine, all of this is quite frustrating for everyone. The Angelinos would love to rely on him for games, while the former Heat wants to help his partners. He has just taken the floor on his Twitter account to express his frustration.
Lake Show I promise I want to be out there helping my team. Stay patient with me. This process has been just as frustrating for me. I’ll return as soon as I’m healthy! It’ll be worth the wait 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾
—Kendrick Nunn (@nunnbetter_) January 21, 2022
Laker Show I promise you I want to be on the court to help my team. Be patient with me. This process is equally frustrating for me. I’ll be back as soon as I’m healthy! It will be worth the wait 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾
Nunn calls for patience, he who hopes to return soon to the Lakers to help them. The date is totally unknown, so let’s hope he doesn’t come back too late. So maybe the roster will have the right to be 100%, a first during this campaign:
Kendrick Nunn wants to help his teammates, but the point guard still needs to be patient, just like the fans. A return by the end of the month? Not impossible, but complicated for the former Heat. His stay in the infirmary is not over.