Found August 21, 2013 on One is the Loneliest Number:
TEAMS: Phoenix Suns

The ESPN NBA Summer projections came out recently for both the Eastern and Western Conference. Kobe Bryant made the top story about the said network when he posted  his response to the rankings on Twitter. His “12th I see..” quote made fodder in the sports media for days.

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