Dennis Schröder is planning a lightning comeback with the Los Angeles Lakers after thumb surgery. “The doctors told me that he would be out for three or four weeks,” the 29-year-old said. sports photo: “I told them that I want to break a record and come back much sooner.”
But he had “begun physical training on the fifth day after the operation.” On October 17, the franchise announced the intervention on Schröder.
Returning to Los Angeles was “a matter of the heart” for him. “I feel like I have to fix something,” said Schröder, who had already played for the 17-time NBA champion in the 2020/21 season: “I want to feel the Lakers atmosphere, the fan experience, but also see what what the club can do for me.
Despite the weak start with three losses in three games, Schröder and the Lakers have big goals in the coming months. “We want to make the playoffs at the end of the season,” the 29-year-old said, “and win as many games as possible there too.”