At this point in time, Kobe Bryant can only sit and watch while the Los Angeles Lakers struggle to stay in the playoff hunt in the Western Conference. Even though Bryant is stuck on the sidelines while dealing with a knee injury, the superstar is making the best of his time by doing all sorts of things off the floor.
Recently, Bryant has been seen with former president Bill Clinton and made a surprise appearance in a Boston College classroom. Bryant has also been keeping busy on the social media front while taking in the sights on the team’s current seven-game road trip.
On Saturday night, Bryant made yet another public appearance at a Toronto Maple Leafs game. The Maple Leafs played host to the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday with Bryant in attendance and catching up with a familiar face in Tim Leiweke.
Bryant took a photo with the former president and CEO of AEG and the Maple Leafs posted the following picture on their Twitter account:
— Toronto Maple Leafs (@MapleLeafs) January 19, 2014
Although Bryant was said to re-evaluated on Jan. 28 with a possibility to play on that day against the Indiana Pacers, the five-time NBA champion won’t receive that re-evaluation until sometime in February.
Regardless of the delayed return, Bryant has kept in good spirits while remaining with the team on the road.
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