LeBron James showed us it's never a good idea to count the rings you don't have. How about counting the rings you do have? In Friday night's matchup between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Dallas Mavericks, Kobe Bryant appears to be responding to a heckler by counting to five. Show More Summary
Count the rings.
Kobe Bryant knows how to shut up trash-talking fans even when he’s not playing. During Friday’s game in Dallas, the Laker legend calmly turned around and told the heckler to […] The post Kobe Bryant Responds To Heckling Fan (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Lakers played another game without Kobe Bryant and might have learned something about themselves.
How does someone ask a living legend to, ahem, sit out some games and rest? Very lightly, it turns out.
Kobe da gawd. This is what happens when you try to talk trash to Kobe Bryant. Count the rings, y'all. The emotionless expression and the head nod after the count really just make this the most Kobe thing ever. (Vine via @RossPickeri...
Kobe Bryant is sitting out his third straight game to rest his sore body but could be back in the lineup when the Lakers return home for their next outing.
NBA great Michael Jordan had a big challenge for the Los Angeles Lakers’ Kobe Bryant when Bryant passed him earlier this year on the NBA’s all-time scoring list: “Go get Karl.” But is there any chance that Kobe could score enough to pass Karl Malone? Should he even try? The Chicago Tribune‘s K.C. Show More Summary
The Lakers (9-20) may play their third straight game without Kobe Bryant on Friday night, visiting the Dallas Mavericks (20-10).
Sports are known to ignite some heated arguments but one man in California set a new precedence after he drove 35 minutes to fight a Kobe Bryant hater. The crazy Twitter squabble occurred on Christmas of all days when the
On Christmas evening, the Twitter world lost their minds as one of the most bizarre, ridiculous stories unfolded. A user with the handle @MyTweetsRealAF had a disagreement about Kobe Bryant with a user named @SnottieDrippen, and then drove 35 miles to fight him. Show More Summary
Yesterday, a man drove 35 minutes from his home to Temecula, CA, on Christmas Day, in an attempt to fight another man over an argument about Kobe Bryant the two of them had on Twitter. No one came out clean. But who's less wrong here? Read more...
Now that Kobe Bryant has leapfrogged Michael Jordan on the NBA's all-time scoring list, His Airness has a request for the Black Mamba: Gun for second place. According to the Chicago Sun-Times' Seth Gruen, Jordan urged Bryant to " GoShow More Summary
LeBron James' first game back in Miami since re-joining Cleveland highlighted NBA's Christmas Day coverage, airing in ABC's late-afternoon window once reserved for the LA Lakers and its star Kobe Bryant. Further indicating how Lakers'...Show More Summary
@SnottieDrippen and @MyTweetsRealAF, the two guys who almost came to blows over a Twitter argument about Kobe Bryant, have really made it. Read more...
The only things the Los Angeles Lakers' fans can do at this point is look forward to next season and enjoy Kobe Bryant in the twilight of his career. Since fans are already looking ahead to next year, it is only natural that some rumors regarding Los Angeles have popped up in recent weeks. Show More Summary
After Kobe Bryant passed Michael Jordan on the all-time scoring list, MJ encouraged Kobe to go after Karl Malone, who’s currently 4,563 points ahead of Kobe. Realistically, the Mamba would have to […] The post Michael Jordan to Kobe Bryant: ‘Go Get Karl Malone’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
Byron Scott isn't buying into the stats that show the Lakers are better without Kobe. Kobe Bryant sat for the second consecutive game on Thursday and the Lakers were crushed by the Bulls 113-93, temporarily ending the talk that Los Angeles...Show More Summary
These were Michael Jordan's three simple words for Kobe Bryant. It's awesome to see him supporting Kobe instead of being bitter about being passed in the all-time scorer rankings. Kobe knows what an honor that was, telling the Chicago...Show More Summary