Bryant Adjusts Shooting Motion, Seeking Orthokine Therapy For Injured Wrist
Kobe Bryant has “shortened” the follow-through on his shot to help his injured wrist.
The change worked well in a in a 109-98 Lakers victory on Tuesday as Bryant scored 37 points on 14-of-29 shooting.
Bryant underwent Orthokine therapy, which involves a healing activator used in the popular blood-spinning treatments known as platelet-rich plasma therapy, on his knee this offseason and is considering the same treatment for his wrist.
"I'm looking into that right now," Bryant said.
Bryant said he would not need any recovery time after the procedure.
"Don't need to miss a game to do it," Bryant said. "We'll see."