During an interview with SiriusXM NBA Radio, Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak hinted fairly strongly that Kobe Bryant’s next season is likely going to be his last.
As time has marched on, Kobe Bryant has morphed into the curmudgeonly old uncle of the NBA who is too old and fed up for all this shit and he’s seemingly embraced that (or at the very least, accepted it).
Byron Scott just said it looks like Nick Young has "worms" in his hair. Said he laughed at him the second he saw him pic.twitter.com/ofjlntr43c — Serena Winters (@SerenaWinters) March 18, 2015 The Los Angeles Lakers’ Nick Young debuted a new haircut on Wednesday that marked a rather drastic departure from Young’s previous look.
Despite beating the Detroit Pistons on Tuesday night, The Los Angeles Lakers were officially eliminated from playoff contention thanks to the New Orleans Pelicans knocking off the Brooklyn Nets.
Robert Flores is definitely one of the most amusing on-air ESPN personalities and we were reminded why on Monday after he flawlessly ripped Iggy Azalea on SportsCenter for destroying hip-hop.
Kobe Bryant took a break from rehabbing his injury to make an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night. Kimmel & Kobe chatted about a variety of things, including the Lakers’ overtime victory over the Celtics on Sunday night.
This failed alley-oop attempt by the Los Angeles Lakers was just about the only thing that went horribly awry in a 59-point half against the Chicago Bulls.
It didn’t take long for Kobe Bryant to undergo surgery for his torn rotator cuff and judging by statements from the team and Kobe’s own Instagram, the surgery appears to have gone well.
The NBA nailed this one. After months of grumblings over debatable sleeved jerseys by players and fans, it is highly unlikely that anyone will be grumbling over some new t-shirts.
Kobe Bryant is expected to miss the rest of the season due to a torn rotator cuff injury that he sustained on Wednesday according to a report by ESPN.
Update: Kobe Bryant had an MRI exam, preliminary results show a tear of the rotator cuff. He will fly back to LA. pic.twitter.com/EOZTuuKjoL — Los Angeles Lakers (@Lakers) January 22, 2015 Kobe Bryant injured his right shoulder during the Lakers’ loss to the New Orleans Pelicans on Wednesday night. Bryant stayed in the game, but
Nine years ago today, January 22, 2006, Kobe Bryant produced arguably the second greatest individual performance in NBA history.