It's an impressive concept, really, Kobe Bryant leading the NBA in scoring at age 36.
Xavier Henry's Achilles' tendon injury in the Lakers' practice on Monday brought Kobe Bryant right back to his own 2013 injury.
Kobe Bryant’s shot keeps falling short, especially in the second half of recent games. He’s well aware of it.
If Nick Young weren't Nick Young, one of the NBA's most notoriously trigger-happy chuckers, his comments on Kobe Bryant might make a difference. But Nick Young is Nick Young. So they can't. "At times, we fall into relying on No. 24 a lot," Young told reporters on Nov. Show More Summary
On the heels of Monday's grand jury decision in Ferguson, Mo., not to charge a white police officer in the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown, an unarmed black man, two Lakers took to Twitter to express their outrage.
Kobe Bryant has not shown his age as some had predicted would happen this season. Instead, Kobe has been shouldering the offensive load and turning the clock back on drives to the hoop. James Harden has always been offensive minded since joining the Houston Rockets. Show More Summary
This moment, from yesterday's game between the Lakers and Denver Nuggets, is just perfect representation of Kobe Bryant's current relationship with his teammates. Read more...
When the game is on the line, everyone on the Los Angeles Lakers not named Kobe Bryant might as well just take a seat on the bench, because the Black Mamba is going to be the one taking the shot. That was never more clear than during...Show More Summary
At long last, Dwight Howard and Kobe Bryant have found common ground. Howard underwent the same kind of innovative knee treatment that Bryant has made popular, and says he’s feeling […] The post Dwight Howard Underwent ‘PRP’ Knee Treatment appeared first on SLAMonline.
As always, with the game on the line Sunday night, the Los Angeles Lakers fed Kobe Bryant the ball and got “the fck out the way”. Kobe misfired time and […] The post Nick Young Thinks the Lakers Rely Too Much on Kobe Bryant appeared first on SLAMonline.
The situation: tie game, 16 seconds left, Lakers ball. The eventual result: a missed Kobe Bryant 20-foot contested jumper. So, what is he saying? Reddit, who discovered the clip, believes it's "Get the f out of my way." There certainly appears to be an F-bomb in there, but Kobe is to the side, so it's tough to make out the rest. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers' two-game winning streak came to an abrupt halt Friday when the Dallas Mavericks dropped 140 points on Kobe Bryant and Co. Things continued to decline Sunday against the Denver Nuggets, as several of the team's...Show More Summary
Kobe Bryant has received plenty of criticism in recent years for demanding large salaries while other players such as Dirk Nowitzki and Tim Duncan have given their teams hometown discounts. But Bryant now says it is those players who...Show More Summary
Don't make the mistake of thinking scoring is everything that matters in the NBA. Sure, teams win by putting up more points than the opposition, but determining value on the basis of points per game alone is a recipe for disaster. Efficiency...Show More Summary
Kobe Bryant recently said he could "find beauty" in the Lakers' attempts to turn around their season.
Despite denying it, Kobe Bryant considers it highly important to pass Michael Jordan's career scoring mark. So says one of Bryant's closest ex-teammates.
The other day my colleague Albert Burneko worried that Nick Young's return had improbably elevated the Lakers from "gonzo terribleness to bland mediocrity." Worried because the Lakers' spectacular brand of suck has been the most entertaining subplot early in this surprisingly dismal NBA season, and that would be ruined if they were only run-of-the-mill bad. Read more...
Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant has dealt with some serious injuries over the past couple of seasons, but his confidence has clearly not taken a hit. With plenty of time left on the shot clock against the Dallas Mavericks on Friday, Kobe decided to pull up for a three-pointer from 35 feet away. Show More Summary
Kobe Bryant makes just six of his 22 shots as Dallas rout the LA Lakers for this sixth consecutive win in the NBA.