Kobe Bryant

Los Angeles Lakers #24 - Guard

  • Born: 08/23/78
  • Age: 35
  • Height: 6-6
  • Weight: 205
  • Seasons: 17
FG 3PT FT Rebounds Misc
Year Team G Mi M A Pct M A Pct M A Pct Off Def Tot Ast TO Stl Blk PF PPG
2013-14 Lakers 6 177 31 73 .425 3 16 .188 18 21 .857 2 24 26 38 34 7 1 9 13.8

Nets gear finished #7 in 2013-14; D-Will #22

The NBA reports that sales of Nets gear placed seventh in the NBA in 2013-14. That's slight drop from their first season in Brooklyn when they finished fourth, but considerably higher than their last year in New Jersey when they were 31st.

That's a wrap!

It's all over. You can leave the theater now, there are no extra credit scenes for this season.

Kobe ready to flush the season

It's been a rough season for Kobe Bryant and he's had enough.


Dan on Fire: Kobe's the clear NBA MVP

WSBN's Dan on Fire presents the very clear case for Kobe Bryant as this season's most valuable player.

The lost season

What goes up must come down. All we can do is hope it rises sooner than later.

Lakers ink Kupchak to contract extension

The Lakers have faith in Kupchak to help turn things around, and one of the first order's of business will be to make a decision on D'Antoni.

Rockets-Thunder game preview

The Rockets look to avoid getting swept in the season series against the Thunder when OKC visits Houston tonight.

Picking out of the draft's top three okay for LA

Amid talk that the Lakers should be looking to trade their pick because their lottery position is not ideal, we look at the five through eight prospects on my board and try to debunk that notion by pointing out that these are damn good players.

Wilkens or Karl?

A close look at all the men who have roamed the sidelines in Seattle. Part VI concludes the series and finally answers the question: who is the greatest coach in team history?

Mike D'Antoni to Marshall?

If Mike D'Antoni's tenure with the Lakers comes to an end soon, his next stop may be at the college level.

Kobe scouts President Obama's game

Dan Patrick asked Kobe Bryant about President Obama's basketball skills, and the injured Los Angeles Lakers guard dished out some impressive compliments.

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