Blake out Tuesday for Lakers, day to day with abdomen strain
Already without Steve Nash who is out with a fractured leg, the Lakers will be without their other point guard Steve Blake. The team announced Monday Blake has an abdomen strain and will sit the Lakers' game Tuesday against the Spurs.
Before it gets better for the Lakers, it's going to get a little worse.
Already missing Steve Nash, who has a fractured leg, the Lakers will be without their other point guard, Steve Blake, after announcing Monday he has an abdominal strain and will sit out Tuesday against the Spurs.
After that, Blake will be listed as day-to-day.
Without Blake or Nash, the Lakers will turn to second-year guard Darius Morris and veteran Chris Duhon.
Nash is still without a firm timetable to return, but the expectation is Blake will likely be back for the Lakers' Friday game against the Suns.
Blake, 32, is averaging 5.1 points and 3.4 assists in seven games this season.
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