Jared Dudley spent much of Wednesday in Bristol, Conn., making the rounds on various ESPN shows. Apparently, by the time the Bucks forward was done with “Mike & Mike” and “SportsCenter,” he was pretty well loosened up, because he really let loose on Colin Cowherd’s show. Dudley has just a 1.5 assists-per-game average over eight NBA seasons, so he […]
Dudley also made a variety of other interesting comments during a series of interviews Wednesday. Kobe Bryant may be one of the greatest basketball players of all time, but not everyone wants to share the court with the future Hall of Famer anymore. Show More Summary
Apparently, Jared Dudley isn't going to hold back when he has something to say. The Milwaukee Bucks small forward appeared on a number of ESPN shows Wednesday morning, but the most notable moment came when discussing Kobe Bryant with Colin Cowherd. Show More Summary
The 2003-04 Los Angeles Lakers are the subject of a fascinating oral history over at Bleacher Report, and you should definitely check the whole thing out. That legendary squad, a The post Shaquille O’Neal Threatened to Murder Kobe Bryant During 2004 Season appeared first on SLAMonline.
He is widely expected to retire after the 2015-16 NBA season. read more
Kobe Bryant has indicated that next year will be his last with the Los Angeles Lakers, GM Mitch Kupchak said on Friday. It's not a surprise. Kobe's contract is up after the 2015-16 season, and Kupchak has been saying for months that he expects him to retire. Show More Summary
Kobe Bryant has indicated to Mitch Kupchak that he will not be returning to the Los Angeles Lakers after the 2015-16 season, the Lakers general manager said in a radio appearance with Sirius XM NBA Radio. With Kobe out of the long-term...Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers are going into what appears to be Kobe Bryant’s final season in the league, and rumors indicate that the team may use its No. 2 overall draft pick and look to the Far East to land his successor. After three straight...Show More Summary
Los Angeles Lakers GM Mitch Kupchak said in a radio interview that this will be Kobe Bryant’s last season with the Lakers. The NBA (...)
The Los Angeles Lakers will pay Kobe Bryant an NBA-high $25 million salary next season, and general manager Mitch Kupchak continues to expect it be the living legend’s final run. The post Lakers GM: Kobe Bryant ‘Indicated’ Next Season Will Be His Last appeared first on SLAMonline.
Los Angeles Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak created some buzz by saying future Hall of Famer Kobe Bryant had told him that next season would be his last with the Lakers, but the team said on Friday that was no surprise.
Kobe Bryant has hinted to Los Angeles Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak that the 2015-16 season will be the Black Mamba's last, according to a SiriusXM NBA Radio interview with Kupchak (h/t Baxter Holmes of ESPN). Where does KobeShow More Summary
Lakers star Kobe Bryant told his general manager that this upcoming season would be his last with the team. [ more › ]
Los Angeles Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant is probably retiring after the 2015-2016 NBA season, the team’s General Manager Mitch Kupchak suggested yesterday. “He has indicated to me that this is it,” said Kupchak during an interview on...Show More Summary
NOOOOOO! On Thursday, Mitch Kupchak, the Los Angeles Lakers' general manager, said in a radio interview that Kobe Bryant might make next season his last! [ Related: Steph Curry's Kid Totally Stole The Show At A Press Conference! ] He shared: "He has indicated to me that this is it." Say it ain't so!! As the NBA star enters his final [...]
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Looks like next season will be the last in Kobe Bryant’s legendary NBA career. "He has indicated to me that this is it," Los Angeles Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak told SiriusXM NBA radio on Thursday. Bryant, 36, will make $25Show More Summary
The future of Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant is up in the air as he continues to rehab a shoulder injury ahead of the final season under his current contract with the organization. Baxter Holmes of ESPN.com passed along comments Friday made by Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak during an appearance Thursday on SiriusXM NBA Radio. Show More Summary
Kobe Bryant's on his last legs -- the upcoming season will be his last in the purple and gold... according to Lakers GM Mitch Kupchak. Kupchak was on SiriusXM NBA radio when he dropped the mild bombshell -- saying…
Kobe Bryant has one season left on the massive contract extension he signed with the Los Angeles Lakers in November 2013. As for his plans for after the 2015-16 season? “He has indicated to me that this is it,” Lakers General Manager Mitch Kupchak said Thursday on SiriusXM NBA Radio (as reported by ESPN’s Baxter […]