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MILWAUKEE -- As if losing four of their past five games wasn't making the Los Angeles Lakers' playoff chances hard enough, the team has a pair of injuries to its Hall of Fame backcourt of Kobe Bryant and Steve Nash.

Bryant has a bone spur in his left foot and will be evaluated by a foot specialist when the team travels to Sacramento on Friday. Bryant's foot had been "bothering him for a while," according to a team spokesman. The injury is not related to the sprained left ankle he suffered earlier this month against the Atlanta Hawks.

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"Inflamed on me," Bryant told Yahoo! Sports while leaving the BMO Harris Bradley Center with the use of a crutch after Thursday night's 113-103 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks. "I'll be all right."

Bryant scored a game-high 30 points but shot just 6-of-17 from the field and had six turnovers against the Bucks.

Nash, meanwhile, had 16 points and six assists but left the game with 5:13 remaining in the third quarter and did not return because of a right hip spasm.

Nash said he suffered the injury Monday in the Lakers' loss to the Golden State Warriors. He played through it Wednesday against the Minnesota Timberwolves and still experienced discomfort.

"It actually happened at Golden State and my hamstrings really tightened up, and then in Minnesota I was compensating for the hamstrings and got my hip spasming," Nash said.

Lakers trainer Gary Vitti wanted to hold Nash out of the lineup against the Bucks, but the 17-year veteran decided to play.

"Obviously, I was suffering a little bit in the second half, but I wanted to keep playing," said Nash, who went to the locker room to receive treatment from Vitti and Lakers physical therapist Dr. Judy Seto after turning the ball over three times in seven minutes in the third quarter.

"I wanted to keep playing, but I think Mike (D'Antoni) and Gary just thought, 'Let's not risk doing something that could cause long-term damage,'" Nash said.

The Lakers finish their four-game road trip in Sacramento on Saturday with a chance to salvage a 2-2 record. Nash is hopeful he can play.

"He toughed it out at first. I could tell he was hurting," D'Antoni said. "I just didn't have the heart to put him back in. He wanted to go back in, but it wasn't fair to him. He was hurting."

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