Julius Randle needs seven stitches after lacerating the webbing on his hand
Lakers forward will be evaluated again in two weeks
Los Angeles Lakers forward Julius Randle will be out of commission for a few weeks this offseason after lacerating the webbing on his right hand. He had seven stitches, the Lakers said Tuesday, and will be re-evaluated in two weeks.
Randle had a terrific rebounding season but struggled on both ends of the floor last year -- as every single Laker did. This is a key season for him, so he needs to be in a good place going into camp. Luckily, with more than four weeks before training camp, there's plenty of time for him to get back into a shooting rhythm and heal completely before preseason really begins.
Also, tearing the webbing on your hands sounds really painful, especially with seven stitches.
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