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Kobe Bryant Hates Being Asked About His Knee & The Top NBA News Reviewed by Momizat on . Top Story Kobe Bryant had been dealing with his injured knee all summer long, and he has been rehabbing it ever since he had surgery.   It was clear that Bryant Top Story Kobe Bryant had been dealing with his injured knee all summer long, and he has been rehabbing it ever since he had surgery.   It was clear that Bryant Rating:
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Kobe Bryant had been dealing with his injured knee all summer long, and he has been rehabbing it ever since he had surgery.   It was clear that Bryant was not 100% during the pre-season, as his performance and play was sub-par.   Reporters from across the world have asked Kobe about the state of his knee for months, and he stayed calm when answering.  However, Kobe is tired and angry with the media’s obsession about his knee.  He told a FOX reporter after last night’s win over the Golden State Warriors to stop asking him about his knee.  Kobe Bryant said his knee is at 100% and he does not want to be asked about it again; however, Phil Jackson does not believe in his superstar.

Kobe Bryant is tired of being asked about his knee: ESPN Los Angeles

The Latest on the Lakers

Los Angeles Lakers’ owner Jerry Buss is willing to share his profits made from the Lakers with the rest of the league. Buss is willing to give away his money to benefit the entire NBA. [Slam Magazine]

Pau Gasol has been named the Western Conference Play of the Week, after his stellar performances against the Rockets, Suns and Warriors. [NBA.com]

The Lakers have started the season 3-0, and have soured up to the top of the Power Rankings. [Pro Basketball Talk]

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Apparently, not everything is Paradise for Lebron & Friends on the sands of South Beach – Pat Riley Drops the Hammer on LeBron James [Raw Sports]

The New York Knicks have a completely different team this year, and the fans are excited.  The team has sold out their season ticket inventory and have made a $21 million profit. [Pro Basketball Talk]

Boston Celtics’ center Shaquille O’Neal missed practice again. [ESPN Boston]

Former Portland Trail Blazer and NBA star Maurice Lucas has died at age 58 due to bladder cancer. [NBA.com]

The Atlanta Hawks have signed Al Horford to a 60 million dollar extension. [ESPN.com]

NBA Results for October 31st, 2010

Heat-101 (3-1) Nets-78 (2-1)

Mavericks-99 (2-1) Clippers-83 (0-3)

Jazz-120 (1-2) Thunder-99 (2-1)

Lakers-107 (3-0) Warriors-83 (2-1)

NBA Schedule for November 1st, 2010

Trail Blazers @ Bulls- NBA TV- 8:00 EST/ 5:00 PST

Raptors @ Kings- 10:00 EST/ 7:00 PST

Spurs @ Clippers- 10:30 EST/ 7:30 PST

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