Last year saw so many great players leave the game, I thought it was worth noting the oldest players left in the NBA.
The Los Angeles Lakers have announced that guard Kobe Bryant will not return to play this season. Bryant is recovering from a fractured lateral tibial plateau of his left knee. He was examined today by team physician Dr. Steve Lombardo
Kobe Bryant is being very vocal about the lack of talent coming from college basketball play. Kobe went straight to the NBA directly from high school and has had an extremely impressive career, both financially and on the court.
Kobe and LeBron are great examples of success, but the list of failures is shorter than you might imagine.
NBA Trades That Make Sense
When the NBA schedule was released many people questioned why the Los Angeles Lakers, a team picked by ESPN to finish 12th in the Western Conference was hosting the defending world champs on Christmas and rightfully so.
Miami Heat forward LeBron James is the early top vote-getter for the All-Star Game, edging Oklahoma City's Kevin Durant.
Kobe Bryant continues to hone in his aim toward a return date after spending nearly eight months sidelined following Achilles surgery. The Los Angeles Lakers’ home game against the Toronto Raptors on Sunday is his latest target. “I’m trying,”
Kobe Bryant has ruled himself out for the Los Angeles Lakers’ road game against the Sacramento Kings on Friday, the 18-year veteran told ESPNLosAngeles.com on Wednesday. While Bryant won’t be making his long-awaited return from Achilles surgery against the
Lakers guard Kobe Bryant has been ruled out for their game against the Portland Trailblazers Sunday but the team says Bryant may be ready by the end of next week.