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Up next for Lakers: Friday vs. Houston

Metta World Peace says he has been playing through an ankle injury, and Andrew Bynum says his sprained left ankle continues to bother him.

April 05, 2012|By Ben Bolch
  • Lakers guard Kobe Bryant celebrates a basket during the fourth quarter of the Lakers' 113-108 victory over the Clippers on Wednesday.
Lakers guard Kobe Bryant celebrates a basket during the fourth quarter… (Harry How / Getty Images )

When: 7:30.

Where: Staples Center.

On the air: TV: Prime; Radio: 710, 1330.

Records: Lakers 35-20, Rockets 29-25.

Record vs. Rockets: 1-1.

Update: Metta World Peace disclosed after the Lakers' 113-108 victory over the Clippers on Wednesday that he has been playing through an ankle injury he sustained March 29 against Oklahoma City. He was moving fine against the Clippers, knocking the ball away from Chris Paul for a key steal in the final minutes. Center Andrew Bynum said his sprained left ankle continued to bother him a bit, though he was plenty effective in collecting 36 points and eight rebounds against the Clippers.

ben.bolch@latimes.com

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