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We’ve posted some pretty awesome NBA-related art on this site but this designer from Nike Basketball’s Kent Floris shows us what happens when Kobe Bryant’s product line meets X-Rays.
Check out the below images of “The Black Mamba” and “Kobe Shealth” logos in an X-Ray style:
Kobe Bryant X-Ray Logo Art [Hooped Up]
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Tweet Yep, you read that correctly. Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant is so loved overseas that they gave the still-active icon a statue in China: You can bet the farm that Bryant will also have a statue outside of Staples Center in Los Angeles — the man IS one of the most accomplished [...]
Kobe Bryant has one year remaining on his deal with the Los Angeles Lakers, but that does not mean the future Hall of Famer is contemplating retirement. Bryant suffered a torn Achilles back on April 12, and we all know he would never be one to let an injury dictate the end of his career. [...]
As you can see by the title, you know what the next 500 or so plus words are all about. So before I go any further, let me just say this…..Kobe Bryant will never win another title unless he leaves the Los Angeles Lakers, which he won’t do. Period!!
I’m not saying this because he is a middle age, shooting guard that’s been in the league for 17 years with lots of NBA miles...
Kobe Bryant is one of the greatest players in NBA history and will probably have a spot in the top 10 all-time secured when he finally decides to quit.
Which is why many are expecting that Bryant will be immortalized by the Lakers with a statue outside of Staples Center when his playing days are over. Surprisingly, via Los That Sports Blog, we find out that Bryant already has...
On June 7, Kobe Bryant took to social media and asked his followers to come up with a slogan that could best represent his return in the upcoming 2013-2014 NBA season. The winner, which was to be selected by Bryant, would receive a special edition Mambacurial pack of his signature Nike Kobe 8 shoe.
Nike Kobe 8 “Mambacurial” (Photo credit: nikeinc.com)
No stranger to being the...
Kobe Bryant wants to play at least two more seasons, according to a source.
Bryant is recovering from a torn Achilles tendon.
Bryant wants "two more cracks at it to win seven NBA titles at least."
Bryant is entering the final season of his contract with the Los Angeles Lakers. Both the Lakers and Bryant prefer for him to remain with the franchise for the duration of his...
Kobe Bryant takes in a Yankees-Angels game in Los Angeles, complete with slick sunglasses and a Corona. Like a boss.
I always said no matter what Kobe says, they would have to drag him off the court. He isn’t going to go quietly into the sunset.
It is his competitive nature, I actually think being injured has made him more determined to come back and play at a high level for a couple of more years.
Bryant wants to be “back next season with a vengeance,” the source said. And he wants “two...
Kobe Bryant recently settled a lawsuit with his parents, who were trying to sell some of the basketball star’s memorabilia. Bryant successfully protested the auction, saying that the items belonged to him and that his mother had no right to sell them. While most of the items were pulled from the auction as part of [...]
According to Ramona Shelburne of ESPN Los Angeles, despite titling his comeback ‘The Last Chapter’ via Twitter Friday, Kobe Bryant , who will be in the final year of his contract with the Lakers next season, wants to return for revenge and reportedly wants ‘two more cracks’ at a title.
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant set off a mild panic among Laker fans on Friday...
For those of you wondering what Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant is doing today, he’s in attendance at a Major League Baseball game between the Los Angeles Angels/New York Yankees.
The Yes Network caught Kobe taking a swig from a Corona beer and well, that can be seen below:
Drinking Kobe photo courtesy of @seth_rosenthal
Top Image courtesy of Getty Images
Amid rumors that next season could be his last in the NBA, a recent report indicates that Kobe Bryant wants to play beyond 2014.
The Los Angeles Lakers defeated the underdog Indiana Pacers 116-111 in Game 6 of the NBA Finals to capture the title 13 years ago this Wednesday on June 19, 2000. Concluding the regular season with a mark of 67-15, Lakers’ superstars Shaquille O’Neal and Kobe Bryant dominated throughout the 1999-2000 campaign. Backed by solid ballplayers Derek Fisher, Rick Fox, Robert Horry,...
Previously on That NBA Lottery Pick, we featured a couple of clips from ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Gametime” of 2-year-old Titus Ashby beating Lakers legends Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O’Neal in shooting contests.
This time around, Lakers forward Metta World Peace got a chance to take on Titus and sadly for him, he wasn’t able to take down the young sharp-shooter: