Found October 25, 2013 on The Kevin Burke Project:
Are the wheels beginning to fall off in Hollywood? First, Kobe’s devastaing injury. Then, the Lakers are predicted to finish 12th in the West and Kobe was recently ranked the 25th best player in the league and no longer the […]
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