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Kobe Bryant Still Suffering from Concussion Symptoms Will See a Neurologist

by Robert Littal | Posted on Tuesday, February 28th, 2012
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I think most people assumed Kobe would just shake this off and score 40 in his next game.

He is Kobe Bryant, nothing seems to slow him down, but did D Wade slay the Mamba?

Kobe Bryant went to see ear, nose and throat specialist Dr. John Rehm on Tuesday after suffering a broken nose at Sunday’s All-Star game, and because Bryant is experiencing further symptoms, Dr. Rehm recommended an MRI and that Bryant see a neurologist.

Bryant, who did not practice with the team on Tuesday, is expected to see the neurologist and undergo the exam this afternoon; the Lakers will provide an update as soon as one becomes available.

Bryant is still having headaches and unlike a knee or a finger, if your brain isn’t working you shouldn’t be player. The Lakers should make sure he doesn’t get back on the court until he is symptom free.

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