The 34-year-old Lakers legend, at home rehabbing a torn Achilles, is memorialized in an NBA Forever ad. Is the NBA closing the book on the Age of Kobe, and of Dirk Nowitzki, who was also honored with a commercial that plays like a eulogy?
Have you ever wanted to see inside Kobe… Oh wait. No. Not like that. (Warning: Graphic.)
Kobe Bryant went down with a “probable torn Achilles.”
The Black Mamba was no pushover in the early years, but learning from the best takes time.
Kobe’s laughter was clearly covering up the fact that he wanted to murder Kimmel on the spot.
This is the work of a brave soul.
Self-appointed nicknames need to be stopped!
And it’s actually a pretty effective strategy.
I think someone might be losing his mind.
Kobe Bryant told an interviewer that the Lakers “will make the playoffs.” They probably won’t, but this is what they’d have to do to get in.
No one takes things as seriously as Kobe Bryant. I think he’d punch a kid over Connect 4.
Kobe Bryant is a pretty cool guy: part one of one.
Kobe Bryant is the Weirdest Human.
Kobe Bryant is a wizard. No 34-year-old should be able to do this.
“It’s okay, guys, the real season doesn’t start until February.”
This is about as awkward as Twitter exchanges can get.
As the Lakers’ season rapidly unravels, Kobe Bryant has turned his young Twitter into a completely bizarre exercise in trying to seem like an actual human.
The Lakers continue to spin out of control.
Kobe Bryant explains why.
Three pieces of evidence that indicate Dwight Howard’s Lakers teammates might actually rejoice if he left for another team.
This week Kobe Bryant became the fifth player in NBA history to score 30,000 points in his career.
These guys are all legends partly BECAUSE they were willing to fail way more than anyone else.