Tonight's edition of Lakers news may not come as too much of a surprise during a Los Angeles Lakers season chock full of injuries to key players.
Per Dave McMenamin of ESPN.com, future Hall-of-Famer Steve Nash and center Chris Kaman are both out tonight against the Utah Jazz:
D'Antoni says Nash and Kaman aren't playing tonight and added they're doubtful to play in the season finale Wednesday in San Antonio
— Dave McMenamin (@mcten) April 14, 2014
Steve Nash has appeared in just fifteen games all season for the Los Angeles Lakers, suffering through nerve irritation in his surgically-repaired leg all season long. Many analysts are convinced that this is the end of the line for Steve Nash as an NBA player, with a potential retirement coming soon after the 2013-14 NBA season is finished.
Chris Kaman has been battling with a calf issue for the better part of two weeks, and will likely be shut down for precautionary reasons for the remainder of the regular season.