Bryant passes axon, bike and treadmill tests

Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant saw a neurologist on Wednesday and passed axon, bike and treadmill tests.

It was revealed on Tuesday that Bryant sustained a concussion in addition to the broken nose he suffered in the All-Star Game.

Bryant, who has been symptom free since Tuesday afternoon, was on the court Wednesday doing 2-on-2 work. He will visit the neurologist again following the workout, according to the club's Twitter account.

Bryant's status for Wednesday night's game against Minnesota has yet to be determined. The team has a mask ready if he wants to wear it.

The Lakers guard passed Michael Jordan as the all-time leading scorer in All- Star history by netting 27 points in the West's 152-149 victory.

Bryant has averaged 28.4 points, 5.8 rebounds and 4.9 assists in 34 games this season.