Pacific Notes: Nance Jr., Curry, Clarkson

Though he’s been sidelined since December 20, Lakers forward Larry Nance Jr. thinks that he could be back in action sooner than the team’s current timetable.

I have no issues,” Nance told Mark Medina of the Orange County Register. “I’m as content as can be with the way everything is going and how fast it is progressing.

Nance Jr. believes that the bone bruise in his left knee is healing faster than was originally expected. Initially slated to be out of action until January 22, his 7.0 points and 5.5 rebounds per game would be welcome back to the lineup.

The 24-year-old second-year man has recently resumed shooting drills and will soon compete in contact drills.

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3 thoughts on “Pacific Notes: Nance Jr., Curry, Clarkson

  1. Reflect

    “Curry is overrated. What the Warriors really need is Tim Tebow. He’s a proven winner and there’s no question he’d win in the NBA.”

    – Colin Cowherd, probably

  2. Pssh Stephen Curry is averaging his second highest PPG total of his career with the addition of Kevin Durant and having Klay Thompson in his backcourt. He is still averaging over 40% from 3 point. If this is a slump, then watch out when he gets out of it…


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