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Kobe Bryant made a comment about Andrew Wiggins — the Cleveland Cavalier who will reportedly become a Minnesota Timberwolf next week — that was half-compliment, half-revisionist take on his own journey from the Charlotte Hornets to the L.A. Lakers in 1996.
Someone edited together Jordan and Kobe highlights in a way that makes you wonder if they’re related. Must watch.
As soon as Lin joined the Lakers, we knew this would probably happen.
Did you know Rick Fox’s real first name is Ulrich? Did you know that he’s a secret (well, not anymore) candidate for the Knicks’ head coaching job? And did you know that he feels Kobe Bryant could rejoin Phil Jackson in New York for the last few years of his career?
This surprises you?
LeBron James’ big scoring night vs. the Bobcats seems to have brought out Kobe Bryant fans in huge numbers. Let the Twitter battle begin.
It’s the question that will loom large over NBA history for eternity, or until the sun explodes: How many more championships would the Lakers have won if Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O’Neal had stayed together?