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We all are scared of something. I am scared of Snakes and Spiders (even though my favorite Superhero is Spider-Man). After Kobe did his Mamba Vino thing against the Raptors last night, they asked him what was he afraid of. Kobe when asked about ‘fear’: “I don’t f— with bees, man. Other than that, I’m not afraid of nothing.” — Dave McMenamin (@mcten) March 9, 2013 That’s our Kobe.
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Kobe Bryant hit the tying 3-pointer with 5 seconds left in regulation, then dunked for the go-ahead basket with 10 seconds left in overtime, helping the Los Angeles Lakers beat the Toronto Raptors 118-116 on Friday night for their second straight come-from-behind win.
Two nights after rallying from 25 points down to win on the road at New Orleans, the Lakers came back from a 15...
All season long the MVP has appeared to be LeBron James's to lose with Kevin Durant destined to come in second yet again. However, if the Los Angeles Lakers make the post season the award needs to go to Kobe Bryant.
But FatMan, the MVP is a team award so why should the Lakers playoff future matter?
Have you watched these guys play lately? If they make the post season it...
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Dwight Howard expressed regret in a recent interview for how he handled departure from Orlando, and offered an apology to the city and its fans.
I would hope that Dwight Howard is starting to figure things out, but because he talks so much and contradict himself so often, you have to wonder.
Dwight spoke to the media again and said that it took him half the season, but he understands now what Kobe was saying about keeping the clown act in Orlando.
“It’s going to make me a better man and a better player from watching Kobe...
Led by Kobe Bryant on offense and Dwight Howard on defense, the Lakers (31-31) stormed back from a 25-point deficit to defeat the stunned Hornets, 108-102. A loss would have been devastating to their goal of reaching the playoffs, but the purple and gold dugged deep and got themselves within a game and a half of the spiraling Jazz for the 8th spot in the west.
Los Angeles Lakers superstar Kobe ‘Vino’ Bryant made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night. Kobe covered a series of topics with Jimmy, as he spoke on his daughters, the struggles of his Lakers Team, Trying to make the playoffs, and his retirement maybe sooner than we think. No, Kobe! don’t goooooo, *Tears*. For the show, Kobe opted to wear all black, and a pair of ...
Kobe Bryant paid a visit to the Jimmy Kimmel show last night and touched on a wide variety of topics including his Twitter game and even Dennis Rodman’s recent ‘goodwill’ trip to North Korea. It should also be noted that Kobe wore the below shoes to the taping.
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Tim Kitzrow, the iconic voice of the video game NBA Jam, lent his voice to commentate the top 10 dunks of 2013 from college and professional basketball including all the Boom Shaka Laka’s you can muster. This highlight reel which showcases James Harden, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Kobe Bryant, J.R. Smith getting their dunks on and honestly is one of [...]The post Top 10 Dunks...
When the Los Angeles Lakers acquired Dwight Howard in the offseason, the rest of the league smelled trouble. The Lakers were being talked about constantly as being instant championship winners. [...]
The horrid season of wither that the Los Angeles Lakers find themselves in continues with roughly twenty games left until the playoffs. The main question this talented yet dysfunctional team faces is not which seed they will land in the post season, but if they will even make it.
Who would have predicted that a team featuring four likely future Hall of Famers in Bryant, Gasol, Howard...
Would any Lakers teammate dare doubt Bryant's playoff prediction?
If so, he guarantees one thing to Jimmy Kimmel.
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If you missed Kobe’s appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, check out the videos below.
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On January 23rd the Los Angeles Lakers lost on the road to the Grizzlies 106-93 and dropped to 17-25 to 12th place in the Western Conference. Most experts by now had completely counted the Lakers out and gave them no shot at making the playoffs. The story of the Lakers’ ineffectiveness and futility headlined SportsCenter nightly because the thought...