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It isn’t the Lakers if they aren’t surrounded by some off the court drama, right? A huge deal was made out of the fact that injured superstar Kobe Bryant was tweeting throughout the game 1 loss to the San Antonio Spurs. When head coach Mike D’Antoni was asked about it post-game he responded, “he’s a [...]
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Kobe Bryant shared a Nike “You Showed Us” print advertisement on his Instagram which he said touched him “beyond words.” The ad which was featured in an LA newspaper on Sunday, features a list of inspiring and unique accomplishments made by Kobe. Each feat begins with “You showed us”:
You showed us that an 18-year-old could play with the best.
You showed us that a championship...
Kobe Bryant might be watching the NBA Playoffs from his couch as he recovers from his torn achilles' tendon, but that doesn't mean that the series between the San Antonio Spurs and Los Angeles Lakers is missing any snakes on the floor.
In a pregame interview with NBA TV, Matt Bonner, the red-headed power forward of the Spurs, debut a new "Red Mamba" t-shirt, showing...
Nike's new ad featuring Kobe Bryant implores the injured NBA legend to show us that the impossible is possible.
Kobe Bryant decided not to tweet his coaching pointers Wednesday night. The injured Bryant had done that during game one of the Los Angeles Lakers' first-round series against the San Antonio Spurs, and acted surprised when that became a story all its own.
"I see my tweeting during the game is being talked about as much as the game itself," he wrote. "Not my intention...
Lakers head coach Mike D'Antoni called Kobe Bryant a "fan" following the first game loss to the Spurs and the Black Mamba responded on Twitter.
On Sunday while the Lakers faced off against the Spurs in the first game between the teams for the NBA playoffs, Kobe hopped on Twitter and gave his thoughts on the action like everyone else. It was the perfect opportunity to see what a player of Kobe’s caliber looks for during a game. And it’s also something that several players have done in the past.
I like how Nash is...
Currently Kobe Bryant is unable to travel with the Lakers due to Achilles injury that will apparently swell up with the high altitude so he’s forced to stay home and watch his team take on the Spurs on the road. And in today’s day and age of social media specifically Twitter Kobe took to the [...]
The Los Angeles Lakers have battled injuries, turmoil and lofty expectations under a heavy spotlight all season, so excuse them if they roll their eyes over the attention given to Kobe Bryant's tweets.
Bryant tweeted throughout the Lakers' loss to the San Antonio Spurs in Game 1 of their Western Conference first-round playoff series. Bryant, out for the season with a torn...
The San Antonio Spurs' 102-91 win Wednesday night over the Los Angeles Lakers was the expected outcome, gave them a 2-0 lead in their opening-round playoff series and inched the Lakers closer to being put out of their misery.
It was also the latest showdown between two franchises competing for the right to be called the greatest of modern times and, if the Spurs gain steam,...
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Metta World Peace believes that injured teammate Kobe Bryant shouldn't make good on his promise to halt his live-tweeting of Lakers playoff games.
The San Antonio Spurs and Los Angeles Lakers will resume their first round series tonight in San Antonio as the Spurs hope to take a 2-0 lead before heading to Los Angeles for Game 3. There is no doubt it will be a battle tonight and when the scene shifts to L.A., as the Lakers will be quite motivated to prove they can survive without Kobe Bryant.
But even if the Spurs advance...