The Los Angeles Lakers finished the year with a franchise-worst 21-61 record. With the Purple and Gold sans Kobe Bryant for half the season, the Lakers roster was filled with many unrecognizable faces. With a potential high lottery pick...Show More Summary
Nike has a really cool way of turning their basketball models into veritable haute couture creations by churning them through the EXT pipeline. We've seen Kobe Bryant's model go through the transition before so seeing the 10th edition undergo the elegant transition should come as no surprise. Continue reading…
Lakers and Jordan Hill may part ways this summer The Lakers weren’t a serious team this season. Rookie Julius Randle and aging star Kobe Bryant were injured. Jeremy Lin and Carlos Boozer didn’t do much. Rookie Jordan Clarkson played well for a stretch. But in general, the team is in transition. And generally, that means parting [...]
Nicole Kidman pitching Etihad Airways is just the latest in a line of stars who have pitched for airlines, including Kevin Spacey, Kobe Bryant, Leo Messi, James Gandolfini, Peter Sellers and Judd Hirsch.
The biggest names in sports pay top dollar for homes that feature everything they need to relax off the court, field, or ring. From Manny Pacquiao's new $12 million pad to Kobe Bryant's Orange County mansion — complete with a hair salon and shark tank — it's safe to say that these sports titans truly live in the lap of luxury. Show More Summary
Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant is under contract to sell his home in Newport Coast, according to the Multiple Listing Service.
#HateHard: Kobe Bryant's last stand
The Lakers tried to chase history a few short years ago, acquiring Dwight Howard and Steve Nash to pair with Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol, all in the name of winning a 17th NBA championship and catching the hated Boston Celtics.
After coming to Russell Westbrook’s defense, Kobe Bryant took aim at know-it-all media critics in a series of tweets Monday night, and continuing his digital rant into Tuesday morning. The post Kobe Bryant Criticizes the Media for Criticizing NBA Champions appeared first on SLAMonline.
Julius Randle's rookie season was over before it really ever began.
Deciding who gets the NBA MVP award is far from a perfect science. Just ask Los Angeles Lakers fans why Steve Nash received two during his career and Kobe Bryant remains stuck at one. This year's award, meanwhile, appears to be a two-man...Show More Summary
Kobe Bryant is a self-fashioned media ombudsman. No other player in the league can be counted upon quite like Bryant to call out the fourth estate when it stumbles into hypocrisy and double standards, and he’s a tenacious defender of...Show More Summary
Kobe Bryant has been feisty on Twitter lately, first deploying a meme in defense of Russell Westbrook, and now chastising the NBA media for building false narratives: Read more...
Kobe called out the media on Twitter for making the same criticisms of Shaq that he has made before. Kobe Bryant took to Twitter on Monday to defend Russell Westbrook's 54 points on 43 shots performance from over the weekend, and Bryant...Show More Summary
Kobe Bryant is in the twilight of his career. Like all of us, the older he gets, the better he was. The post Glory Days: The Wacky Sensibilities of Kobe Bryant appeared first on The Good Men Project.
It appears that Kobe Bryant plays his best defense on Twitter. One day after Oklahoma City star Russell Westbrook scored 54 points (and took (...)
On April 14, 2004, Kobe Bryant led the Los Angeles Lakers to a Pacific Division victory with two clutch shots against the Portland Trail Blazers. In a miraculous display of skill and composure under pressure, Kobe sunk not one, but two...Show More Summary
Oklahoma City’s Russell Westbrook posted some eye-popping numbers Sunday night against Indiana: 54 points, the third-highest total by an NBA player this season, along with nine rebounds and eight assists in 40 minutes 22 seconds of playing time. However, it was another number that caught many people’s attention after the game: 43, as in the […]
Not surprisingly, the Black Mamba was impressed by Westbrook's 43-shot effort. Russell Westbrook scored 54 points in 40 minutes on Sunday against the Pacers, continuing to do everything he can to drag the lumbering Thunder into the playoffs. Show More Summary
After Oklahoma City Thunder star Russell Westbrook nearly put up another triple-double Sunday with 54 points, eight assists and nine rebounds, there was only one number some people cared about: Forty-three. Westbrook took 43 shots during Sunday's game against the Indiana Pacers. Show More Summary