Found April 17, 2013 on
Larry Brown Sports:
Now that Kobe Bryant has some time on his hands, he’s decided to explore the Instagram world. But, like anyone trying out a new technology, he’s experienced a few hitches. Let’s just say he’s still getting his photo cropping skills down.
“Mi hermano Pau came by and chilled wit with me for a few hrs. We laughed and joked and talked strategy…,” wrote as his caption to the photo.
A few minutes after sharing the photo, Bryant realized his error.
“Here’s a better pic! Lol still learning how to work this damn thing ha!”
Here’s the corrected picture:
“Con mi hermano! #lakers #countonpau #mambaedits ha,” was his caption.
To his credit, Gasol played along well.
I’m glad to have my head back on my shoulders @kobebryant !! Lol! Always great to see you brother. #countonteammates!
— Pau Gasol (@paugasol) April 17, 2013
Bryant joined Instagram after tearing his Achilles’ tendon and began chronicling his rehab through the photo sharing network. We hope he keeps it up; he’s been great
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