"I regret all 6,000 of them", Bryant said when asked for comment.
I've also taken my name out of consideration for the 2016 Olympic team.
Since April 9th, 1978, Havlicek has held this record. That's over 36 years. Some thought that this record was unbreakable. They assumed that with the evolution of the game and all the lessons of the past as a guide, no player could achieve such inefficiency over an entire career. But Kobe dared to dream big and he has broken through that barrier and in less games than it took Havlicek too. Suck on that, Hondo!
It took 36 years for Kobe to pass Havelick. It will take someone 1000 years to pass Kobe.
"Kobe won't let me bench him."
- Byron Scott
Seems like enough bricks to build Staples Center.
Melo went 6-20 in the ASG as a tribute to Kobe.
This is disappointing news to all of the other competing countries who would benefit greatly by this bricklayer being on the court.
OFFICIAL NUMBER DROPPED TO 3000!! Turns out 3,000 bricks were credited as alley-oops to Shaq.
The problem is that they have to play the Sixers twice. That game might end up with a score of 4-3 because both teams are trying to lose.
The two veterans on your team are world peace and kobe bryant. If you are a young player, kobe will cuss you out if you don't pass him the ball and world peace will take you to a strip club after the game.
Keep throwing him out there Byron! He's got at least one 0-14 in him this season and he won't get it sitting on the bench.
Kobe Bryant is trying his hardest to go down as the most cringeworthy athlete of all time.
"Kobe Bryant rules himself out of consideration for 2016 Olympics"
I think your 35% shooting percentage is what ruled you out of consideration. This guy's ego never ceases to amaze me.
You're about 20 years too late with that comment.
Kobe will have a triple-double in this year's All-Star game. 23 points, 14 bricks, 11 turnovers. LeBron will also have a triple-double. 27 points, 16 travels, 12 dunks.
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