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Cleveland Browns defensive tackle Desmond Bryant is never going to hear the end of his Feb. 24 arrest, and deservedly so. Bryant, who police described as “extremely intoxicated” at the time, attempted to force his way into a stranger’s home in North Miami Beach after a night of partying in South Beach. He has already been charged with criminal mischief and given us one of the most epic mug shots in mug shot history, but it doesn’t end there.
According to The Miami Herald, Bryant is also being sued by the owners of the home that he tried to force his way into. Homeowner Isaac Bakar said his family was “terrified” when they were awakened at around 5:30 a.m. to a 311-pound man who was attempting to pull their door off its hinges. The family’s attorney says they have needed psychological counseling.
“They were scared,” attorney Robert Fiore said. “My client was holding on for dear life.”
Bakar allegedly tried to physically hold the door so that Bryant could not get into the home while his
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So, we all know that Desmond Bryant became an Internet sensation after his horrendous/amazing mugshot from his arrest last month went viral. Now the Raiders-turned-Browns defensive lineman is being sued by the South Florida family at the center of his misdemeanor criminal mischief arrest. Bryant allegedly showed up piss-ass drunk and shirtless (but we take it you already gathered...
The Internet continues to be an incredible little tool for blasts from the past, and this morning it didn’t disappoint. Check out the below video which is over 13 minutes of a majority of the Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan one-on-one moments during NBA games. The two had four years of overlap in the NBA.
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Kobe Bryant has now missed back-to-back game, a rare occurrence for the superstar. His severely sprained ankle kept him out of the Lakers' matchup with the Suns last night. It was the second of two games in a row for the Lakers, and as they have done all season, they dropped the second game.The Lakers lost to the Suns, a team that is 22 games under .500, 99-76 yesterday...
MIAMI — A Florida family claims in a lawsuit that they feared for their lives when Cleveland Browns defensive lineman Desmond Bryant allegedly showed up drunk and shirtless at their home, repeatedly banged on the front door and ripped off a door handle.
The lawsuit, filed Monday in Miami-Dade County Circuit Court, seeks unspecified damages on behalf of Isaac and Iris Bakar and...
The Los Angeles Lakers will be without Kobe Bryant for the second game in a row when they face the Phoenix Suns on Monday night.
Bryant missed a game for the first time this season when he sat out the Lakers' victory over Sacramento on Sunday night because of a sprained left ankle.
He was injured last week in the waning seconds of a loss to Atlanta. Bryant, the fifth-leading...
MIAMI (AP) -- A Florida family is suing Cleveland Browns defensive lineman Desmond Bryant, accusing him of showing up drunk at their home, banging on the front door and ripping off a door handle.
The lawsuit seeking unspecified damages was filed Monday in circuit court by attorney Robert Fiore. He represents Isaac and Iris Baker, who Fiore says were terrorized along with their three...
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Kobe Bryant never even emerged from the Los Angeles Lakers' locker room, slowed by his sprained ankle and leveled by an apparent case of the flu.
The Lakers didn't seem to miss him much while they rolled to another win in what's turning into an awfully interesting second half of the season.
Antawn Jamison scored 27 points, Metta World Peace added 22, and the Lakers...
Mike D'Antoni believes the Lakers shouldn't have to be reliant on Kobe Bryant to play one-on-one basketball when he returns,
Good news, Lakers fans...
According to ESPN LA's Dave McMenamin's Twitter handle, Lakers head coach Mike D'Antoni "expects" to see both Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol back in action Friday when the team hosts the Washington Wizards.
D'Antoni says he "expects" both Kobe and Pau in the lineup Friday vs. Washington
— Dave McMenamin (@mcten...
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Kobe Bryant is doubtful for tonight’s game against the Phoenix Suns. After sustaining his ankle injury in the last seconds of the Atlanta Hawks game he played for only a quarter of the win against the Indiana Pacers and did not dress Sunday in the win versus the Sacramento Kings. Via Twitter, Kobe announced he has the #flu alongside his ankle injury...
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Antawn Jamison scored 27 points, Metta World Peace added 22, and the Los Angeles Lakers won without Kobe Bryant, beating the Sacramento Kings 113-102 Sunday night for their sixth victory in seven games.
Bryant missed his first game of the season to rest his sprained left ankle, making a game-time decision to rest his aching joint. Lakers coach Mike D'Antoni...
When Dahntay Jones slid under Kobe Bryant, that brought the whole NBA fan base into the discussion and made it a hot topic for days.
The discussion of "should a foul have been called?" and "was it a dirty play?" were the main themes in the debate and ESPN's First Take wasn't a stranger to it either. In fact, they asked one of the most popular San Antonio...
The “Superhuman” collection will be available on March 29 at select Nike Sportswear retailers.
Raining down long-range jumpers; thunderous, posterizing dunks; dribbling through entire defenses – these are the qualities of superhumans.
Nike honors these stars and their super powerd status by championing Kevin Durant’s lightning speed, Kobe Bryant’s unparallele...
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The Lakers have yet to win the second game of a back-to-back this season. Earlier in the year, the reasons for this failure were quite simple in that, the Lakers didn’t need back-to-back games to lose. They could have 2-3 days off in between and still couldn’t figure out how to win. The solutions back then were to get injured...