Laker’s superstar Kobe Bryant couldn’t have any worse luck than he does now. His wife of 11 years is divorcing , many are saying its the end of the Kobe era, he lost the Chris Paul deal, and now, he tore a ligament in his right wrist. As of now he is on IR and listed “day-to-day.” So what does this mean to Kobe and the Lakers? I’m no doctor or anything, but I’m pretty sure he will miss the first game of the season. So far this year the 33-year-old has had some work done to his body, he had knee surgery during the offseason and if the ligament is completely torn he might need another procedure done this year which could sideline him for at lease the next month. When you’re looking from the point-of-view of the Lakers, they are in deep crap for the opener if he doesn’t show up. Bynum is already out for the first five games due to a suspension, and if Kobe’s out man that’s a 1-2 punch to the gut, because with a shortened season every single game counts more than they did before. And to make matters even worse, they face Derrick Rose and the Bulls in the first game.