Originally written on Sports-Glory  |  Last updated 11/19/14

Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant is out indefinitely with what the team called a severe left ankle sprain suffered in the closing seconds of Wednesday night's 96-92 loss to the Atlanta Hawks. Bryant twisted his ankle as he came down from a 3-pointer and landed on Hawks defender Dahntay Jones 

3 Comments:
  • Wow, what a baby. Dude was all over your s..t and defended the shot well. Its not like everyone in the world didn't know what Kobe was going to do. Take the final shot with his patented fade-away. It's always a risk when you are jumping 2 feet in the air that you might land on someone's foot. Trying to put blame on everyone else but himself, what a sense of entitlement this guy has. I used to like the lakers in the 80's before Kobe, and I might continue to do so after he is long gone.
  • I'am true Laker Hater,But Kobe got nothing to say. D.Jones was doing his job. Screw that Laker R...R!!!!!!
  • are you kidding me Kobe... this all happened in a flash...your just mad you didnt make it or get a foull call..well no foul was called because you werent fouled...and you cant use yoour kick out because they made a rule specifically for your dirty play...lastly...going up in the air at an angle and coming down... ther is no way of knowing where your foot might land... so to say this was on purpose is way off base
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