Found August 01, 2014 on Crossover Chronicles:
Lakers’ Kobe Bryant is in China and took some time to get back on the court. Calm down L.A. fans. If you are worried about the health of his knee and if he will be the same as before the injury, then you might want to look at this video. Bryant his the court and went 1-on-1 with some guy who had no business attempting to guard him. Needless to say, Kobe is looking like Kobe once again!
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