Kobe Bryant has the most missed shots in NBA history, Reggie Jackson has the most strikeouts in MLB history, and Peyton Manning has the most interceptions by a rookie in NFL history. In 1998, Manning threw 28 INTs for the 3-13 Colts....Show More Summary
LOS ANGELES — It happens all the time with all sorts of people. On occasion it can be as graphic as what has happened to Donald Sterling and Ray Rice with their livelihoods. At other times it happens gradually, when an athlete facesShow More Summary
Kobe Bryant is one of the greatest players in NBA history. With five NBA championships, multiple scoring titles, an NBA MVP, two Finals MVPs and an 81-point game, he's a statistical giant. He's also a lockdown perimeter defender who takes pride in shutting down his man. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers know that the remaining window of the Kobe Bryant era is closing rapidly, and are reportedly targeting a handful of big free agents in an attempt to dig out of the basement of the Western Conference and become a contender again. Show More Summary
Few jerseys are as recognizable as the purple-and-black No. 24 (or No. 8, if you go back far enough), donned by a current player who will be elected to the Hall of Fame as soon as he's eligible. Few players are as respected as the man...Show More Summary
If there are any two basketball superstars who have been compared ad nauseam, it is Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan. Each were/are ridiculously talented and competitive players. One won six NBA titles with the Chicago Bulls and the other has won five so far with the Los Angeles Lakers. Show More Summary
The triangle offense did great things for superstars of the past like Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant. Now, Carmelo Anthony hopes to be the next in line. The New York Knicks are looking for a franchise-wide turnaround this season, and President Phil Jackson's influence is the main agent of change. Show More Summary
Carrying the Los Angeles Lakers is a familiar task for Kobe Bryant. Armed with unequaled self-confidence and an insatiable desire to prevail over opponents—both literal and figurative—on his own terms, ferrying Los Angeles' hopes has become Bryant's preferred way of life. Show More Summary
Have you noticed? The world just doesn't seem to hate the U.S. men's national basketball team quite the way it once did. It's understandable, seeing as our demeanor isn't as hate-inspiring. There was a time when we showed up thinking that the names on the backs of the jerseys, as much as the three letters on the front, would take care of business. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers will have Kobe Bryant for only two more years at most, so the All Star guard’s annual trip to Germany to treat his ailing knee raised a little more concern this year than in the past. Bryant has been travelingShow More Summary
The NBA season is just around the corner and teams are beginning to shift into training mode. As for the Lakers, it would seem that Kobe Bryant is in Germany for his annual knee injury treatment.
The Los Angeles Lakers have dropped in the NBA Watchability Rankings to No. 25, as they are looking to be one of the worst teams in the NBA if Kobe Bryant can't manage to carry his teammates during the season.
The Los Angeles Lakers know that Kobe Bryant’s time remaining in the NBA is measured in minutes, so this season they plan to conserve the 36-year-old guard as best they can. Lakers head coach Byron Scott said he plans to limit how much...Show More Summary
Los Angeles Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant once again flew to Germany to visit the famed Dr. Hans-Wilhelm Müller-Wohlfahrt. According to Bryant’s reps, he’s in great shape and it’s expected to […] The post Kobe Bryant Heads Back to Germany for Knee Treatment appeared first on SLAMonline.
Nobody knows what Kobe Bryant’s game will look like when the season rolls around. Kobe says he’s even unsure. What we do know is that he won’t be the same. New Laker coach Byron Scott has plans for how he plans on using Kobe. As a way to preserve the legs of his aging superstar, […]
Byron Scott will face many challenges in his first season as head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers, but his biggest—by far—will be the delicate task of managing Kobe Bryant's workload. Scott doesn't yet have a formal plan in place for...Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers aren't going to compete for a championship during the 2014-15 NBA season. They can, however, improve with a better defensive showing, a miraculous comeback by both Kobe Bryant and Steve Nash and a surprise campaign...Show More Summary
Los Angeles Lakers head coach Byron Scott thinks the world of Kobe Bryant, and expects plenty from his 36-year old superstar shooting guard going forward. Scott is realistic, however, about […] The post Byron Scott Plans to Make Kobe Bryant Sit Out Some Games appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Los Angeles Lakers, as a franchise, are in a bit of precarious situation. On one hand, the Lakers should be all-in on competing for the playoffs and giving Kobe Bryant the best possible chance at playoff success in the last few years of his career. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers appear to be preparing for one last title push with Kobe Bryant, with rumors that the team is looking to make a splash in free agency as it prepares for Kobe’s exit. The Lakers finished at the bottom of the Western...Show More Summary