Kobe Bryant will retire as one of the best ever to play the game and his announcement sends shock waves in the entire sporting world.
CHICAGO—In his foreword to Caron Butler’s recently released memoir, Tuff Juice, Kobe Bryant revealed that over the course of his 20-year career with the Los Angeles Lakers, there have been just four teammates that he considers friends. Show More Summary
November came to a close for the Los Angeles Lakers with the retirement poem of Kobe Bryant via the Players' Tribune and a flurry of fourth-quarter points that failed to close yet another gap. Power may not be the first word that comes to mind for the current incarnation of Purple and Gold as they trail the pack in the Western Conference at 2-14. Show More Summary
Basketball Hall of Famer Jerry West, who engineered the trade two decades ago that brought Kobe Bryant to the Los Angeles Lakers, said on Monday it has been painful to watch the struggling 17-time NBA All-Star play this season.
Basketball superstar Kobe Bryant, who has spent his 20 seasons in the NBA with the Los Angeles Lakers, announced his retirement Sunday, sparking heavy traffic that crashed the Internet site where Bryant posted a farewell poem to the game of...
The remaining Los Angeles Lakers players wrote their own poem in response to Kobe Bryant's poem, in which he announced his retirement. --------- Dear Kobe, From the moment You started shooting this season After you had no interest in meeting us or trying to recruit talent We knew one thing was real: You need to go. Show More Summary
Without a doubt, Kobe Bryant will go down as one of the top athletes to ever play the game of basketball. After 20 years with the Los Angeles Lakers, he's won five NBA championships, an MVP trophy, and has been selected as an All-Star 17 times. Show More Summary
It’s official… Kobe Bryant, of the Los Angeles Lakers, has decided to retire from the NBA. Bryant announced his decision to retire with an ‘open letter’ to basketball which he posted online last night (November 29, 2015). Details below…FULL...Show More Summary
Although many will agree the time has come for Kobe Bryant to retire, Kevin Durant won't be satisfied with anything less than an honorable end for the Los Angeles Lakers star. On Monday, Durant voiced his displeasure with the general...Show More Summary
Kobe Bryant’s retirement didn’t come as a surprise to Los Angeles Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak, though the timing of the announcement caught him slightly off guard. Kupchak admits that The post Lakers GM: ‘It’s Awkward’ Developing Young Players in Kobe Bryant’s Last Season appeared first on SLAMonline.
Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant announced Sunday that he will retire at the end of the season, his 19th in the NBA. Though Bryant (...)
Many professional athletes took a moment to reflect on Kobe Bryant's career after the Los Angeles Lakers legend officially announced his retirement at the end of the season on the Players' Tribune on Sunday, but nobody paid tribute to the Black Mamba quite like Miami Heat center Hassan Whiteside. Show More Summary
Sunday night in Los Angeles was supposed to be all about Kobe Bryant and news of his impending retirement, but Paul George and the Indiana Pacers crashed the party. PG, The post WATCH: Paul George Drops 39 Points on the Lakers appeared first on SLAMonline.
Los Angeles Lakers guard Jordan Clarkson is being considered as the team's best player, so far, while veteran franchise player Kobe Bryant talks about his 20th NBA season in full detail.
Kobe Bryant, a man from Philadelphia currently working in Los Angeles, has announced that he is retiring from his job at the age of 37, after 20 years. His job just so happens to be as shooting guard for the Los Angeles Lakers, and he...Show More Summary
Los Angeles Lakers fan or not.
Los Angeles Lakers great Kobe Bryant, arguably the best player of his generation, announced on Sunday he will retire after the 2015-16 National Basketball Association season.
Sunday night was emotional for Los Angeles Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant as he stepped onto the floor at Staples Center for the first time since announcing this is his final NBA season. While Bryant's retirement had been a constant source...Show More Summary
Kobe Bryant scored 13 points on 4-of-20 shooting after declaring he will retire at the end of the season, and the Indiana Pacers hung on to send his Los Angeles Lakers to their sixth consecutive defeat, 107-103 Sunday night.
While this is not exactly a surprise, a true end of an era will be happening. 37 year old Los Angeles Laker, Shooting Guard, Kobe Bryant has announced on the Player’s Tribune website that this will be his final season in the National Basketball Association. Show More Summary