Found March 06, 2013 on
Kobe Bryant was not having the kind of day that he wanted. He was hurting. He was probably tired (pretty safe assumption). He was a likely a little disappointed too after losing against the Oklahoma City Thunder and falling back below .500 rather than climb above it for the first time in months.
It has to be annoying that someone would bother to steal right off is back rather than just say 'good game.'
Chances are strong that he did notice, and since it was just a towel he probably didn't care. The only person that will know that the sweaty stench emanating from the towel belongs to Vino, the Black Mamba.
He probably didn't care. The Lakers can afford a few more towels.
It is still wrong. A line has been crossed there that should not have been crossed (security?). Today it was just a towel, but what's to say that tomorrow it isn't something more.
Fans already do all sorts of terrible things to each other at games (maybe more so at footbal...
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Following the Lakers' 122-105 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder, Kobe Bryant took to Twitter and gave credit where credit was due.
Bryant sent a tweet to Thunder's Russell Westbrook, complimenting him on his performance.
"@russwest44 was cookin tonight. He's got mamba blood runnin thru his veins . You gave it to me tonight lil bro. C u down the road!" Bryant...
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A remarkable comeback in their latest contest showed how serious the Los Angeles Lakers appear to be about making a push for the playoffs.
Trying again to move above .500 for the first time since November, the Lakers hope to continue their home success over the Toronto Raptors on Friday night while trying for a season-high fifth straight victory at Staples Center.
Trailing by as...
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