How To Watch Kobe Bryant’s Final Game In The NBA

At 37, Kobe Bryant will take the floor Wednesday at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California, for his swan song as an NBA player. The dynasty player managed to play his entire career with the Los Angeles Lakers, winning five championships in the process.

The Lakers game featuring Kobe’s final game is against the Utah Jazz and pops off 10:30 p.m. ET. The game will be available on TV TWC SN / TWC D, ESPN 2 and on radio 710 AM ESPN / 1330 AM ESPN DEPORTES.

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After his final road game Monday, Bryant described how much it has meant to have the career he’s had in a Lakers’ uniform.
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Bryant Bobblehead Leaves Fans Confused: That’s NOT Kobe!

The Kobe Bryant bobblehead presented to fans on Tuesday has one little, tiny issue, it looks nothing like him!

Bryant’s #1 SGA bobblehead (in a series of three,) was instantly panned by Los Angeles Lakers fans over its uncanny resemblance to the NBA superstar, not!

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The bogus bobblehead is loosely, very loosely based on a famous photo of Kobe holding up his #8 jersey the day he was announced to the team. Continue reading

Kobe Bryant Finally Unloads Newport Home After Slashing Price $2 MILLION!

Lakers great, Kobe Bryant, finally sold his home in Newport, CA, after slashing the price more than $2 million bringing the final sale price to $6,116,500. Kobe originally asked $8.599 million for the 8,741-square home but received no takers.

The 4-bedroom house includes a hair salon as well as an 850-square-foot gym. Oh did we mention it also has a massive shark tank?

Kobe Bryant Finally Sell Newport House

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Nicki Minaj PHOTOSHOPPED On ESPN Cover ‘Head Made BIGGER’

Check out the new ESPN Nicki Minaj Kobe Bryant cover! It’s easy to spot that the publication’s chief photoshop expert made several odd changes to Minaj’s forehead, essentially making it bigger..

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Nicki Minaj isn’t at all happy that the folks at ESPN Magazine at the moment.

The rapper recently took issue with some of the retouches the publication made to her cover, a photo that found her hanging out with Kobe Bryant. Since Minaj feels she looks different in the finished product, the rapper addressed the situation on Instagram.
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Kobe Bryant UNLEASHES His ”Medical Mamba” KICKS!

Kobe Bryant Medical Mamba. Kobe Bryant injured his Achilles ending his NBA season early, but the Lakers star isen’t letting time waste when it comes to rehabbing..


The Black Mamba tweeted out this Instagram picture walking on an anti-gravity treadmill wearing some “Medical Mamba” shoes that were specially made by Nike.

Bryant wrote,

“Walking in my “medical mamba” shoes made by Nike in 2 weeks with extra support for the Achilles #alterG #bootoff!”

A lot of people think that Kobe faked his injury just to get out of the season early so he could begin resting for next season. Well after all he is named after a snake.

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Michael Jordan Laughing In Kobe Bryant Face Over Dream Team Comments

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Michael Jordan has made himself crystal clear stating that there’s no way Kobe Bryant and the USA Olympic basketball team could’ve beaten the 1992 Dream Team.

Taking to AP Jordan said, “I absolutely laughed” — upon hearing Bryant’s comments about his squad being able to take Jordan’s 92 squad. “No comparison,” Jordan said, “for him to compare those two teams is not one of the smarter things he ever could have done.”

Jordan’s 1992 team included 11 future Hall of Famers and won its six Olympic games by an average of over 43 points. The effort lead Jordan and his crew to a gold medal.

“I heard Kobe say we were not athletic,” Jordan said in his signature grin, “But we were smart. He said we were too old, but I was 29 and in the prime of my career. Pip (Scottie Pippen) was 26 or 27, (Charles) Barkley was 29, Patrick (Ewing) was 29 and Chris Mullin was 29. Almost everybody was still in their 20s.”

Big mouth Bryant told reporters in Vegas that this year’s team could win against the Dream Team if they faced each other — in their primes, “bunch of racehorses, players who are incredibly athletic, while the Dream Team consisted mainly of players at the tail end of their careers,” concluded Bryant.

“Most of us were in the prime of our careers, at a point where athleticism doesn’t really matter,” said Jordan, the owner of the Charlotte Bobcats. “You have to know how to play the game, I imagine he’s trying to say it to legitimize his own Dream Team,” Jordan said. “But to me it’s not even a question what team is better.”

Jordan said Bryant is certainly entitled to his opinion — even though he said it’s just plain wrong.

“For him to make that comparison, it’s one of those things where it creates conversation,” Jordan said. “I guess we’ll never know. I’d like to think that we had 11 Hall of Famers on that team, and whenever they get 11 Hall of Famers, you call and ask me who had the better Dream Team. Remember now, they learned from us. We didn’t learn from them.”