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Kobe Bryant Says ESPN Ranking Him 93rd in the NBA is ‘Silly’

Prior to each season, virtually every basketball website in the universe ranks the top players in the NBA—be sure to check out the SLAM Top 50!—which routinely and predictably dissolves The post Kobe Bryant Says ESPN Ranking Him 93rd in the NBA is ‘Silly’ appeared first on SLAMonline.

Kobe Bryant on ESPN ranking him 93rd: 'Please don't ask me about silly stuff like that'

Stephen A. Smith thought it was outrageous, fans on social media questioned what the experts at ESPN were thinking. But what did Kobe (...)

Lakers' Julius Randle 'is getting a lot of things right'

Julius Randle protected and corralled the ball by dribbling behind his back, looked to his right and flipped a left-handed pass to Kobe Bryant, who swished a three-pointer. The inspired play Thursday iced Randle's second impressive exhibition game as he returns from a rookie season scrapped by...

Julius Randle brings back Showtime with behind-the-back, fast break pass to Kobe Bryant

It wasn't too long ago Julius Randle said Kobe Bryant was the light at the end of a long dark recovery tunnel. Randle, who is finally getting some game time with the Lakers after breaking his leg in last year's first regular season game,...Show More Summary

What to Watch for in Kobe Bryant's 20th and (Perhaps?) Final Season

Kobe Bryant hasn't called it quits just yet. Every time he's been asked if the 2015-16 season will be his last, he's answered with some variation of "We'll see." "Maybe it is, maybe it isn ’t," he said at Lakers media day. “Hell if I know. Show More Summary

NBA executive reveals the harsh reality of how the Lakers should handle Kobe Bryant's free agency

As the Los Angeles Lakers get ready for the NBA regular season, there's already speculation about what Kobe Bryant will do at the end of the season. At 37 years old, Bryant is on the last year of his contract, set to earn $25 million this season. Show More Summary

Players’ Tribune moves into second year as alternative outlet for athletes

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When the Players’ Tribune issued a release it had hired Kevin Durant as its new deputy publisher last week, it prompted the usual jokes on social media and elsewhere. USA Today even did a post noting that Kobe Bryant, who holds the title...Show More Summary

Stephen A. Smith slams ESPN's NBA rankings after Kobe Bryant drops to 93rd

ESPN readers voted Kobe Bryant the 93rd best player in the NBA in a recent online poll and Lakers fans weren’t very happy about it. (...)

Video of Ronda Rousey on SportsCenter telling Kobe Bryant to retire, dissing Chicago Cubs

Undefeated Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women's bantamweight champion and 2015 ESPY award winner Ronda Rousey joined SportsCenter anchor Lindsay Czarniak for last night's (Weds., Oct. 7, 2015) show, breaking down mixed martial...Show More Summary

Ronda Rousey Teaches Armbar on ESPN's SportsCenter, Talks Kobe Bryant and More

UFC sensation Ronda Rousey was the guest host on ESPN’s SportsCenter on Wednesday and was keen to impart her MMA knowledge onto some of the show’s regular cast by teaching a brief class on how to execute an armbar. Veteran anchor Lindsay...Show More Summary

Lakers' Jordan Clarkson works away to improve his play

The daily clusters of media members ran from Kobe Bryant to Julius Randle to D'Angelo Russell to Metta World Peace to Nick Young. It was understandable. Each player had his own storyline for this season, be it redemption from injury, the hope of youth or rehabilitation of a career. Practically...

Julius Randle Calls Kobe Bryant 'Borderline Genius' as Veteran Shares Knowledge

There aren't many players in the NBA who know more about basketball or have been through more in the league than Kobe Bryant. That's good news for the Los Angeles Lakers' young players. Bryant's career is winding down, so if the young Lakers want to pick his brain, they should do it while they can. Show More Summary

Kobe Bryant's Future with Lakers Discussed by Anonymous League Insiders

Kobe Bryant is one of the most important and successful figures in Los Angeles Lakers history, but many of those within the NBA believe it is time for the organization to move on from the Black Mamba. In an article by Baxter...Show More Summary

Cold Hard Fact for Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Fact: Kobe Bryant is entering his 20th season with the Lakers. That's the most seasons played with one franchise in NBA history. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Fact of the day, presented by Coors Light. Source: ESPN Stats & Info Read more NBA news on

Los Angeles Lakers 2015 roster: Kobe Bryant, D'Angelo Russell lead interesting group

The Lakers may not be contenders in the West, but they should be entertaining in 2015-16. The Los Angeles Lakers enter the 2015-16 season looking radically different from a year ago. From the return of a healthy (if aging) Kobe Bryant to offseason additions like No. Show More Summary

ESPN ranked Kobe Bryant the 93rd best player in the NBA and people are losing their minds

ESPN has been steadily releasing its annual #NBArank player rankings, and many fans were stunned to find one of the greatest guards of all (...)

Byron Scott Cannot See Kobe Playing for Another Team

Byron Scott, head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers, cannot see Kobe Bryant, a career-long member of the Los Angeles Lakers, playing for another team other than the Los Angeles Lakers. Well, that’s surprising. In absolutely no way. New York Knicks team president Phil Jackson sent Twitter into a miniature tizzy at the start of […]

Kobe Bryant beats Alex Morgan in FIFA 16 with a goal from Alex Morgan (Video)

A few days ago EA Sports released a new video featuring NBA superstar Kobe Bryant taking on America World Cup winner Alex Morgan in a game of FIFA 16. Morgan, being generous, allowed Black Mamba to play as the USA Women’s team, while the US soccer star played with Canada. Show More Summary

Kobe Bryant: ‘My 37 Isn’t Michael Jordan’s 37’

Entering his 20th NBA season, Kobe Bryant is stepping into what he considers “uncharted territory” as a 37-year-old first option shooting guard for a rebuilding Los Angeles Lakers squad. Kobe The post Kobe Bryant: ‘My 37 Isn’t Michael Jordan’s 37’ appeared first on SLAMonline.

D'Angelo Russell bruised his butt and it wasn't from Kobe Bryant kicking it

Thank goodness he's okay! The Lakers played their second preseason game of the year on Tuesday night in Hawaii against the Utah Jazz. Early in the 1st quarter when Lakers fans saw D'Angelo Russell go down hard in the paint, most could only hold their breath and hope it wasn't too serious. Show More Summary

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