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Kobe Bryant is inching closer towards his return, here he is before Friday’s exhibition game in Shanghai vs. the Warriors getting in some on-court sprints and mid-range set jumpers:
Big cheers from the crowd for the sprinting Mamba: https://t.co/RLzDAxJCHq
— Los Angeles Lakers (@Lakers) October 18, 2013
Mid-range Kobe: https://t.co/hm1ycdukPl
— Los Angeles Lakers (@Lakers) October 18, 2013
Notice not much lift on the jumpers? Kobe doesn’t have that “push” yet, “but it’s coming along.”
Not ready yet. @kobebryant to @lakersreporter in China on rehab: "Its coming along. I cant push on it yet, but its coming along"
— janis carr (@janiscarr) October 18, 2013
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