Kobe Bryant recently joined ESPN for a sit-down as he decided to speak about the NBA and the Lakers. The Mamba started off with discussed trash-talking in the league which he keeps it about the game of basketball which he states this generation of players who grew up together are a little “softer” with feeling uncomfortable beefing with friends. Kobe says he’s from a different era as Michael Jordan, Clyde Drexler, John Stockton and Charles Barkley where they were all friends off the court, on the court they hated each other.
The Lakers who are currently in a 5-game losing streak showed signs of their potential for the first time this year with the team coming together in a losing effort against the Spurs Wednesday night which Kobe cited, everything in sports takes patience as he expects the team to find a way to get back to the basics defensively and offensively. He closes out with speaking on social media finally joining on the fun as of this week for his fans to make himself more accessible opening his up to the world for the first time being a role model.
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