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Before the start of yesterday's Lakers/Thunder game, Lakers star Kobe Bryant decided to play a little prank on an ESPN cameraman.
Watch as Kobe ducks behind a post while the cameraman tries to film him in the Staples Center:
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Kobe Bryant was in a good mood before the game against the Thunder yesterday afternoon and played a joke on the ABC cameraman by hiding himself behind a pillar in the arena and disappearing for a few seconds.
Kobe didn't have a great shooting day but came up with some clutch 3 pointers to help the Lakers beat the Thunder in double overtime. Check out his one-legged...
Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant gave himself (and home television viewers) some laughs at the expense of an ESPN cameraperson while walking through the tunnels of the Staples Center before Sunday's game against the Oklahoma City Thunder.
As the cameraperson was following Kobe down the hallway, Kobe decided to casually walk around the other side of a pillar so that...
Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant accidentally took out a fan in the front row while hustling for a loose ball during Sunday afternoon's game at the Staples Center against the Oklahoma City Thunder.
As the Thunder had an 87-82 lead with just over three minutes left in the fourth quarter, Bryant and Serge Ibaka went hustling towards the sideline for a loose ball. Ibaka...
Before Kobe Bryant’s brilliant performance during the Lakers win over The Thunder on Sunday, Kobe Bryant was feeling pretty good as he entered the arena. Check out the below video as Kobe plays a little game of hide-n-seek with the ESPN cameraman. Pretty funny stuff from the Black Mamba.
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Surrounded by reporters you knew the question was going to come up.
“Kobe, with Kevin Durant closing in, how important is the scoring title to you?”
Kobe without hesitation replied:
“Not very important…not very important”
Wait, not very important? Excuse me for being a bit cynical, but this is Kobe Bryant we’re talking about. I’ll never question his will to win...
The San Antonio Spurs obliterated the Los Angeles Lakers in their final regular season matchup 121-97 and also spoiled the return of Kobe Bryant to the court after the Lakers' star was out of action due to a shin injury.
In that game, Bryant scored 18 points but according to Kobe himself, he could have scored a lot more on the Spurs. 50 to be exact.
“San Antonio was playing...
Kobe Bryant scored six of his 26 points in the second overtime, and the Los Angeles Lakers rallied from an 18-point deficit in the second half for a 114-106 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Sunday.
Metta World Peace scored 12 points before getting ejected late in the second quarter for a vicious elbow to the back of James Harden's head while celebrating a dunk. Harden...
Monday night, ESPN NBA analyst, Chris Palmer, tweeted the question “Who’s Better: Kevin Durant or Kobe Bryant?” In response to replies to his tweet, Palmer said, “I like so much more about Durant’s game right now. But last 2 minutes I’ll take Kobe over anyone.” Palmer followed up that tweet with this gem. “I’ll take [...]
Kobe Bryant and Serge Ibaka each went flying into the stands after a loose ball with a few minutes left in the Los Angeles Lakers and Oklahoma City Thunder game on Sunday afternoon. Unfortunately for one fan in the front row, Kobe Bryant was unable to avoid a collision and ended up bowling over the fan in solid WWE fashion.
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Kobe Bryant scored 19 of his 26 points in the final 3:56 of regulation and overtime as the host Los Angeles Lakers overcame an 18-point deficit to beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 114-106 in double overtime.
Bryant went for eight points in the second overtime, helping the Lakers move a game ahead of the Los Angeles Clippers in the race for the Pacific Division crown.
Pau Gasol added...
Kobe Bryant leads Kevin Durant by a tenth of a percentage point in the race for the scoring title.
We already featured Metta World Peace's elbow to the dome of James Harden but that wasn't the only wacky moment of the Thunder/Lakers game on Sunday afternoon.
In the 4th quarter, Lakers star Kobe Bryant and OKC's Serge Ibaka dove into the front row after a loose ball and took out a row of front row seats.
Actor Jerry Ferrara nearly got taken out by Mr. Bryant...
Led by Kobe Bryant's clutch shooting, the Los Angeles Lakers came back from a double-digit deficit Sunday to defeat the Oklahoma City Thunder in double overtime at Staples Center, 114-106.
Here are three lessons that we learned from the game:
1. Metta World Peace is Still Ron Artest
In the last month, Metta World Peace has played fantastic basketball for the Lakers,...
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Kobe Bryant scored six of his 26 points in the second overtime, and the Los Angeles Lakers rallied from an 18-point deficit in the second half for a 114-106 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Sunday.
Metta World Peace scored 12 points before getting ejected late in the second quarter for a vicious elbow to the back of James Harden's head while celebrating...
. End result: Metta World Peace gets 7 games for his elbow hit on James Harden.Whilst it's more than I think was warranted, but not as bad as I thought it might be. Stern trying to walk tightropes again - balancing act: what's fair vs public outcry.Leading into the suspension, just before "7 games" was announced, Kobe Bryant's take on the situation:As usual, to the point...