The NBA's owners may sincerely believe that they will be improving the overall product if they start barring players under 20. But they will be sincerely mistaken.
If the Black Mamba himself questions whether it is plausible to return from an injury at the ripe-old age of 35, what does that mean for the rest of us?
Don't get me wrong. It's funny here and there. Funny as in this situation is so absurd/awkward it's funny. Funny as in biting humor with razor sharp teeth laced with tabasco sauce. And I love tabasco sauce.
There are signs that angelic efforts are on the way in Los Angeles to reduce homelessness, despite the debate over public feeding, homelessness in their public libraries and Union Train Station, and the fact that the region has 58,000 people who are homeless.
One thing is for sure, the glamor franchise of the NBA for years, the Los Angeles Lakers, are heading into an uncertain and murky future.
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Perhaps the most glaring tell that Kobe isn't yet Kobe came with just under five minutes left in the game. He was fouled and heard the whistle, yet did not attempt to bring his hands through for his trademark move to draw a shooting foul.
It's like a bad movie you watch over and over again. The Kings lead in the third quarter and then lose the game in the fourth. One of the key components was again on the bench watching Sacramento fall to the Los Angeles Lakers 106-100.
Cancer is a monster. But in this fight or any other, I'm putting my money on Jen.
Kobe is not the only player making enough money to feed his family; there are 58 others making more than $10 million.
When it happened in the spring of 2012, the Jeremy Lin phenomenon -- commonly referred to as Linsanity, from which the new documentary takes its name -- was startling for its prevalence.
I fly back into the country yesterday only to find Kobe Bryant wearing a new BLACK Lakers uniform. When did this happen?
Say you're Evan Leong, a sixth-generation Chinese-American in search of the perfect subject for a documentary. Maybe you're looking for someone you ca...
I could read every article about success there is, along with every book, podcast and inspirational YouTube video, yet it will probably still take me years to achieve the level of success I want. You know why? Because success is 100 percent intrinsic.
All is not lost for the Lakers, even if it's unclear when it will be found again. Here are five crucial moves the team should consider to get it back.
It is a story told over and over again across all sports at all levels and in every age group; many athletes return to competition too soon after injury or surgery.