Kobe Bryant is expected to be ruled out for the remainder of the season due to a fractured lateral tibial plateau in his left knee.
Kobe Bryant (knee) is "progressing slowly" in his rehab.
Coach Mike D'Antoni did not sound optimistic on Kobe Bryant returning this season during Monday's shootaround.
Kobe Bryant (knee) will be re-evaluated in three weeks after an exam on Friday showed he still had soreness and swelling in his knee.
GM Mitch Kupchak said the Lakers won't "push" Kobe Bryant (knee) to return this season.
Kobe Bryant is still restricted to nothing more than stationary bike work and is still experiencing swelling and soreness in his left knee.
Kobe Bryant (knee fracture) said on Sunday that he is recovering "slowly" and he declined to offer a timetable for his return.
Kobe Bryant (knee) will be re-evaluated after the All-Star break.
Kobe Bryant (knee) confirmed on Sunday that he still plans to return during the 2013-14 season.
Kobe Bryant (knee) will stay in Los Angeles while the team is on its three-game road trip starting on Wednesday.
Updating a previous report, Kobe Bryant was examined on Tuesday and still has pain and swelling in his left knee, and will be examined again in approximately three weeks.
Kobe Bryant's fractured knee is expected to sideline him "at least two more weeks, perhaps even another month," according to former Lakers beat writer Kevin Ding.
Kobe Bryant (knee) will see a doctor on Tuesday, as expected.
Kobe Bryant (knee) said on Sunday he's still just riding a bike in rehab.