MILWAUKEE -- Just what the Lakers needed, more injuries to their aging backcourt.
Kobe Bryant was seen limping badly in the Lakers' locker room after yet another loss, bothered by a bone spur in his left foot. He will be evaluated by doctors in Sacramento when the Lakers arrive there Friday, a day before they play the Kings to complete a four-game trip.
Bryant was icing the foot on the bench in the fourth quarter of the Lakers' 113-103 loss Thursday to the Milwaukee Bucks. He re-entered the game with 6 minutes 47 seconds to play and finished with 30 points on six-for-17 shooting.
He did not speak to reporters immediately after the game.
Unlike Bryant, Steve Nash couldn't even finish, leaving for good with 5:13 left in the third quarter.
"I got a spasm in my hip and a [sore] hamstring," Nash said, adding that he initially felt pain in the hip during the Lakers' loss Monday to Golden State.