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There has been speculation for some time that Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant could retire as early as after next season. His recent injury certainly heightened those conversations, but during a recent interview with Stephen A. Smith on ESPN Radio the All-Star hinted that he could play beyond his expiring contract.In response to a question about the possibility of San Antonio Spurs forward Tim Duncan tying him with five NBA titles, this is what Bryant had to say:"My goal is to win more than five," said Bryant. "If he does win five, hopefully that pushes our organization upstairs to be even more determined and more driven to make the necessary expenses to make sure we continue the next year and the year after that."Bryant is owed $30.5 million next year, and it would be hard to imagine the Lakers paying him something close to that amount if he wishes to continue beyond the 2013-14 campaign. A lot has yet to be determined, as Bryant will have to prove he’s still able to play at a high level following his Achilles injury.Follow @hoopsinjurynews
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No one has ever doubted Kobe Bryant‘s competitiveness. The Lakers star is watching the NBA Finals carefully. If the Spurs win, that means Tim Duncan has one more ring than Bryant. “My goal is to win more than five,” Bryant told Stephan A. Smith on ESPN Radio. “If he does win five, hopefully that pushes our organization upstairs to be even more determined and more driven to...
Kobe Bryant has settled a lawsuit against his mother, Pamela Bryant related to his basketball memorabilia. Per ESPN, Kobe will allow his parents to sell 10% of the items originally scheduled for auction. Kobe’s parents also issued a letter of apology:
“We regret our actions and statements related to the Kobe Bryant auction memorabilia,” Joe and Pamela Bryant said in the statement...
The auction of Kobe Bryant memorabilia will move forward, as Bryant has reached a settlement with the auction house that was given the items by Bryant's mother. According to ABC News, Ken Goldin, owner of Goldin Auctions in New Jersey, announced on Monday that the two sides have reached a settlement, which will allow the items to go up for sale online from June 17 to July 19...
Kobe Bryant talked about the possibility of Tim Duncan tying him with five NBA titles.
"My goal is to win more than five," said Bryant. "If he does win five, hopefully that pushes our organization upstairs to be even more determined and more driven to make the necessary expenses to make sure we continue the next year and the year after that."
Bryant is confident...
NEWARK, N.J. - A New Jersey auction house says it has reached a settlement in a lawsuit over memorabilia from NBA star Kobe Bryant's high school and early pro career.
Goldin Auctions sued in federal court last month after Bryant's lawyers wrote the company telling it to cancel the planned June auction. The Los Angeles Lakers star claimed his mother, Pamela, didn't have...
Previously on That NBA Lottery Pick, we posted a video clip of 2-year-old trick shot artist Titus Ashby defeating former Lakers center Shaquille O’Neal in a shooting contest.
In this shooting contest, Titus faced off against Lakers guard Kobe Bryant and thanks to a buzzer beater, Kobe was able to survive the embarrassment of being beaten by a 2-year-old:
Kobe Bryant is getting toward the end of his NBA career, but it is unclear exactly how many seasons he plans to continue playing. Before he suffered a torn Achilles, there was reason to believe Kobe would play out the final year of his contract next season and then walk away. A recent comment he [...]
Early last month, news broke out that Kobe Bryant’s own mother was in contact with an auction house with an intent to sell some prized possessions that belonged to the Black [...]
A New Jersey auction house says it has reached a settlement in a
lawsuit over memorabilia from NBA star Kobe Bryant's high school
and early pro career.
Remember when Kobe Bryant used to dunk and it wasn’t a surprise? Yeah, me either.
(props to Deadspin as always)
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Kobe Bryant and the company that was to auction off his memorabilia have reached an agreement and his parents have apologized for their role in the dispute.
Kobe Bryant, DeAndre Jordan, Blake Griffin, Chris Paul, Rajon Rondo, Andre Iguodala, Matt Barnes, Metta World Peace and Shaq take part in the hilarious Jimmy Kimmel segment ‘Mean Tweets’ which consists of celebrities reading mean tweets written about them on the popular social media site.
Kobe Bryant looks to be recovering well as he took part in a shooting competition on Jimmy Kimmel Live against Trick-Shot Titus, a 2-year old basketball phenom.