Road Trip Injury Roundup

Here’s a quick look at every Lakers’ health status as the team heads to Detroit to start the longest road trip in team history.

In alphabetical order…

Trevor Ariza
Still recovering from fracturing the fourth metatarsal in his right foot after landing on teammate Derek Fisher’s foot in practice on January 20th. Expected to miss another 6-7 more weeks. Did not travel with the team.

Kwame Brown
As healthy as he’s going to be during the course of an 82-game season.

Kobe Bryant
As healthy as he’s going to be during the course of an 82-game season.

Andrew Bynum
Still recovering from a subluxation of the patella and a bone bruise of his left knee that he suffered in the January 13th game against the Memphis Grizzlies. Expected to miss approximately 6 more weeks. Did not travel with the team.

Javaris Crittenton
Javaris has been pretty healthy most of the season and now is no exception, he’s good to go.

Jordan Farmar
All the off-season work is paying off.

Derek Fisher
Reduced minutes have helped keep the veteran fresh throughout the season.

DJ MBenga
Expected to sign another 10-day contract to remain with the team.

Coby Karl
He’s fine.

Chris Mihm
Making his way back from a flare up in his surgically repaired ankle. Chris is on the trip with the team, but isn’t expected to play against Detroit.

Lamar Odom
Lamar got kicked in the shin last night during the game against New York. X-Rays and an MRI came back negative and Odom will play tomorrow with the bruised shin.

Vladimir Radmanovic
Has played a combined 16 minutes in two games since returning to action after missing a month with a sprained ankle.

Ronny Turiaf
Will play.

Sasha Vujacic
Has recently been dealing with a sprained ankle and back spasms, but went for 20 last night. Looks like he’s fine.

Luke Walton
Is listed as day-to-day with a myriad of nicks and bruises, including the hip pointer that took him out of action during last night’s game.