Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson and Darius Miles returns in a huge way, with Kobe Bryant, aka “the Mamba,” joining the fellas.
I liked challenging people and making them uncomfortable. That’s what leads to introspection and that’s what leads to improvement.
I searched the world for musings to add to my AI Musecage. This led me to study how great whites sharks hunt seals off the coast of South Africa.
The most important advice I can give to you is to make sure your parents remain PARENTS and not managers.
I think the fans, the reaction of the fans, the chanting, the support, the encouragement ... I was really, really tired. I just had to continue to push.
All weekend, people kept asking me: Am I sad? Am I nostalgic? Am I anxious? But I’m none of those things. I’m in a good place. I’m observing. I’m taking it all
Earlier this week, we caught up with Kobe Bryant on the road in San Francisco for a game against the Warriors.
I’m ready to let you go. I want you to know now, so we both can savor every moment we have left together.
Friends hang from time to time. Banners hang forever.
When I play, I compete, and if you're too busy acting cool for the fans or celebrities courtside then I will demolish you in front of them.
Kobe Bryant on working through his Achilles injury and understanding life through the lens of basketball.
I was a tall, skinny 13-year-old kid who spoke Italian better than English. Basketball became the place where I could channel my frustrations about being differ