Bryant And Lakers Look To Rebound In Game Two

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — For a megastar on a tradition-rich franchise with 16 NBA championships, Kobe Bryant has no problem admitting how the Los Angeles Lakers’ shortcomings have popped up repeatedly this season.

Bryant plopped down in a chair courtside at Chesapeake Energy Arena after the Lakers’ practice Tuesday and talked shamelessly about their second blowout loss in five days — this one by 29 points — and what it will take to challenge the Oklahoma City Thunder in the Western Conference semifinals.

Source: ESPN.