Found October 08, 2013 on Jocks and Stiletto Jill:
Kobe Bryant posted a photo to Instagram Monday night letting all his followers see what he was having done to his knee over in Germany. Kobe also recently changed his photo on Twitter and Instagram to a photo of a bear. Remember when Kobe initially injured his Achilles, he said he’d come back and said we should “pray for the bear, ” not him. Kobe likes to let you all up in his surgical business. A few months back he posted in-surgery photos from his Achilles operation.
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