Atlanta Hawks player Dahntay Jones says he feels REALLLY bad about injuring Kobe Bryant's ankle right before the NBA playoffs... but he's adamant, he didn't do it on purpose!Jones was at LAX yesterday when he told TMZ... even though it's only been…
Kobe Bryant has a plan. With the Los Angeles Lakers approaching their most pivotal offseason in years, the Black Mamba has every intention of ensuring that his will be done. And that will i ncludes convincing Dwight Howard to remain in Hollywood and persuading the Buss family to hold on to Pau Gasol as well. Show More Summary
Former Los Angeles Lakers and Chicago Bulls coach Phil Jackson didn't exactly come out and say that former Bulls' legend Michael Jordan is a better player than Kobe Bryant in excerpts from his book according to ESPN.com But it's difficult to draw any other conclusion based on Jackson's pointed, and earnest words. Show More Summary
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Vanessa Bryant's Instagram sometimes can be a valuable source of actual news. Today, it featured an image of these four photos, which were taken yesterday at a barbecue. Read more...
As Kobe Bryant works this offseason to prove his critics and doubters wrong--as always--and make a comeback from the same type of ACL surgery that has forced NBA greats--like his rival Shaquille O'Neal--into retirement, he will have some grueling days of rehab where he may just want to throw in the towel and call it a day. Show More Summary
Los Angeles Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant told the world he will not be retiring as he attempts to make a full comeback from ACL surgery. Sunday night on Twitter, Bryant said he would retire soon, but "not yet." "Vino still has work to do," Bryant said. Show More Summary
Kobe Bryant took to Twitter early Monday morning to express his stance on retirement after suffering a torn Achilles just before the playoffs this season. The 34-year-old has no plans of retiring just yet, as he noted that he still has work to do before he hangs up his Lakers’ jersey for good. Bryant averaged 27.3 [...]Show More Summary
Kobe Bryant is going to retire soon, but not yet. Still recovering from a ruptured Achilles, the Black Mamba's future has never been more in doubt. Not only are we unsure if he'll be able to return to form, but we're unsure of just how long he'll be able to play. Show More Summary
Kobe Bryant may have hinted at the impending end of his career during his trying 17th season with the Los Angeles Lakers, but he put the kibosh on such talk early Monday morning. Really?? Me. Retire?? Soon, but not yet … Continue reading ?
The new book by Phil Jackson, Eleven Rings: The Soul of Success, answers a ton of questions about the past 30 years of professional basketball and gives us a bit of insight into Phil Jackson's coaching career, including the fact that he once dreamt about spanking Kobe Bryant. Show More Summary
Kobe Bryant is full of surprises. From 81-point outings to five championship rings to ambiguous retirement musings, the Black Mamba lives to shock and awe. Still rehabilitating a ruptured Achilles, Kobe's mantra hasn't changed. He's still intent on remaining unpredictable. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers are entering next season with probably the most uncertainty they have faced in close to a decade. With their season in flux, the Lakers will need Kobe Bryant in a multitude of facets in order to keep their season and their future afloat. Show More Summary
Since when did selling out for a few book sales become a practice of Zen? One thing became clear after Phil Jackson’s declaration of Michael Jordan’s superiority to Kobe Bryant in his new book, Eleven Rings: The Soul of Success, Jackson is more than just a basketball genius. Show More Summary
Hidden within the minor furor Phil Jackson created by comparing Michael Jordan to Kobe Bryant in his new book is Jackson's true legacy. He is the Alexander Graham Bell of the NBA. Now before you go assuming I'm a Phil Jackson fan, let me explain. Show More Summary
Sidelined with a torn Achilles and unable to travel with the team, Kobe Bryant took to Twitter to share his thoughts on Game 1 of the first-round matchup between his Los Angeles Lakers and the San Antonio Spurs. Bryant's insights delighted the Twitterverse, and ABC's broadcast often displayed and discussed his tweets at length. Show More Summary
Phil Jackson, a legendary coaching figure in the hoops world with more championship rings than fingers to wear them on, always seemed like a logical candidate to solve the Michael Jordan vs. Kobe Bryant debate. After all, he had those two heroes of the hardwood to thank for 11 pieces of his jewelry collection. Show More Summary
Phil Jackson has lined up an eventful summer. He's currently consulting with the Detroit Pistons as they search for a head coach, and his new book "Eleven Rings: The Soul of Success" will certainly keep his name in circulation when it releases on May 21. Show More Summary