Found August 16, 2013 on
If there’s one thing Kobe Bryant could’ve done with more of last season, it was rest. Bryant averaged 42.5 minutes per game in the month of April until he tore his Achilles tendon versus the Golden State Warriors on April 12. Next season, while making a comeback from the Achilles surgery, the Black Mamba’s going to need more rest than ever before. During an extensive interview with Jimmy Kimmel last night, Bryant revealed that he’s hoping to get more rest next season, and he expects the new additions of Nick Young and Wesley Johnson to step up and contribute to the team, which should in turn make his life easier.

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VIDEO: Kobe Bryant says he worked out for Clippers before 1996 draft; team passed on him due to age

Kobe Bryant in a Clippers uniform? The thought is enough to give any true Laker fan nightmares for weeks. However, back in 1996, it almost became a reality. At Kobe’s event last night in Los Angeles, Bryant told host Jimmy Kimmel that he worked out for the Clippers before the NBA draft. The organization told Kobe the workout was the best they’d ever had, yet they passed on him...

Kobe Bryant doesn’t know if he’ll be ready for opening night

The Achilles injury Kobe Bryant suffered would keep most players out until the middle of next season or longer — at his age that injury is career threatening. But he has targeted trying to be back for opening night. Thursday night he was center stage at the Nokia Theater across from Staples Center for an event called “Kobe Up Close Hosted by Jimmy Kimmel” which was really...
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