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Was Kobe talking about the Lakers or Celtics?
After the Lakers 103-99 home loss to the Sixers last night, Kobe Bryant had this to say about his team's performance:
We're old as $h!t. What do you want? We just got to figure out how to play when we don't have that energy. We got to change things up a little bit defensively. We got to figure out what we want to do offensively, figure out what we want to do on nights when we don't have those legs or have that energy. You just saw an old damn team. I don't know how else to put it to you. We're just slow. You saw a team over there that was just younger and just had fresher legs and just played with more energy, and we were just stuck in the mud. I think individually we all have to figure out how to get ourselves ready each and every game to have a high level of energy. That's all that is.
It sounds exactly like how I feel watching the Celtics lately. If Kevin Garnett had said the same thing word for word f...
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Los Angeles Lakers icon Kobe Bryant has never held his tongue for anybody. His recent comments prove that this will not change soon for any reason.
Bryant told ESPN that the Lakers are losing their bite because they are old.
These sentiments feel especially true when it comes to losses around the holidays.
After the Lakers dropped game the day after Christmas to the Nuggets, Bryant...
Kobe Bryant is plunging into the world of social media after joining Twitter.
The aptly named @KobeBryant account posted its first message a little after noon on Friday, sparking off a firestorm of tweets welcoming the Lakers guard to Twitter. While a fake Bryant account has graced the social media site in the past, the new account is verified.
The antisocial has become social #mambatweets—...
L.A. Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant, one of the most polarizing popular players in the NBA (I guess we all just forgave/forget that whole little Colorado snafu, just like the entire mainstream sports media forgave Ray Lewis for his involvement with murder charges in 2000) joined Twitter and made his first tweet today. As of an hour ago, he had 72,000+ followers and was following nobody...
“They’re very spectacular. They’re fun to watch. There’s no question about it,” Bryant said Thursday before going a step further. “They have higher jumpers than Showtime, though.”
…Bryant deemed the Clippers championship-worthy.
“Oh, for sure. They’re definitely one of the top contenders,” he said, crediting Chris Paul and Blake Griffin.
“[Paul] is extremely...
The Los Angeles Lakers continue to struggle this season. They lost at home to the Philadelphia 76ers 103-99 on Tuesday night to fall to 15-16 on the season. Asked after the defeat to explain the team’s lack of energy, Kobe Bryant blamed the squad’s collective age.
“Because we’re old as …,” Bryant said via the Los Angeles Times. “What do you want? We just have to figure...
Tweet As far as athletes being outspoken goes, Kobe Bryant has to be near the top of that list. Following the Lakers 103-99 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers on Tuesday night, Bryant was very frank in his answers about what his team’s problem was. ESPN Los Angeles’ Dave McMenamin reported the story, quoting Bryant and [...]
The Mamba has caved. After resisting for years and sticking with Facebook, Kobe Bryant has finally joined Twitter. He was the only current NBA Superstar who wasn’t a member of the immensely popular social media site.
The antisocial has become social #mambatweets
— Kobe Bryant (@kobebryant) January 4, 2013
Kobe Bryant is self-admittedly having one of his best seasons in a while — he’s leading the NBA in scoring at the ripe old age of 34 — but his 15-16 Los Angeles Lakers are having one of their worst. After a 103-99 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers on Tuesday night, a game in which twin towers Pau Gasol and Dwight Howard shot a combined 3-19 from the field, Kobe met with reporters...
The Los Angeles Lakers may have started slow at just 15-15 for the season, but one player says this is the best he's played in a long time.
This is probably the best I've played in a while," Kobe Bryant told ESPN after Monday's practice. "I've had years the last few years where I've felt pretty good but we kept my minutes down so the numbers didn...
Photo courtesy of Harry How, Getty ImagesMost teams in the NBA are fighting to keep their positions in the conference a favorable one, looking ahead come playoff time. The Lakers, meanwhile, are fighting to maintain a .500 record and, as of today, are failing miserably…still.Two weeks ago, these two teams met in Philly and the Lakers won fairly easily, leading by as much as 18...