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Kobe Bryant goes to more classes, this time at the University of Miami

Christian Petersen

Kobe Bryant can't stop attending business classes. Which isn't how going to business school works, but whatever.

Remember when an injured Kobe Bryant dropped in for a class at Boston College when the Lakers were in Boston?

Well, the Lower Merion High School graduate's thirst for learning is apparently unquenched. With the Lakers taking on the Heat tomorrow night, he dropped by the University of Miami.

a) KOBE, THIS ISN'T HOW COLLEGE WORKS. You can't just go to one class, wait a week, and then go to an entirely different class and expect to learn anything about anything. Although, on second thought, that sounds kinda like how I handled my courseload in school.

b) We have no idea where Kobe would've went if he had chosen to attend a college, but apparently, it would've been in the ACC.

c) Is he just going to do this in every city? The Lakers are in Orlando Friday -- should UCF students be on the lookout?

d) Kobe wasn't just there for school:

Yes, Kobe, LeBron and Dwyane Wade are at Wednesday's Miami-Duke game. Last year, that was an upset waiting

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