In the third quarter of Sunday's 2012 NBA All-Star Game, Kobe Bryant made a move for the basket when Dwayne Wade gave him a hard foul with his arm, hitting Kobe in the nose. Kobe had a bloody nose but continued to play.
Bryant, who suffered the injury during Sunday's All-Star game, will see an ear, nose and throat specialist Tuesday. It is uncertain whether he'll play in Lakers' next game, Wednesday against Minnesota.Anybody wondering if Kobe Bryant will play Wednesday against Minnesota?
Via Sorry Bro: Sports Through Houser
February 25, 2012
This video was shot in the summer, but was posted on YouTube yesterday. Which means Nike and Kobe Bryant must have retracted this statement and got their hands on the video rights before the cameraman decided to make it public, but yesterday the statute of limitations ran out and the video holder knew it was time to cash-in. [Follow me @TravisHouser]
If Kobe Bryant ever owns a team, his personnel department better not overlook a guy like Jeremy Lin.
Bryant said he is still amazed that nobody drafted Lin and two teams cut him this season before the Knicks picked him up.
The Lakers All-Star got a good look at Linsanity when the Knicks beat the Lakers 92-85 on Feb. 10. Lin outscored Bryant 38-34, just a night after Bryant said...
90% of an All Star Game is meaningless.
For most of the game, nobody plays defense, everybody showboats, and the main goal is to put on a show.
But then there’s that 10%. And boy can we learn some interesting things from that 10%.
LeBron James talks to Craig Sager after last night's All Star Game. (Screenshot via Black Sports Online)
Most importantly, we often get to see...
Via Basketball ] MiamiHerald.com
February 26, 2012
Kevin Durant had 36 points in an MVP effort, Kobe Bryant set the all-time NBA All-Star Game scoring record and the West held off a furious rally for the second straight year to beat the East, 152-149, on Sunday.
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