After playing his first five games of the season, Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant has shown some signs of rust and hesitancy to revert back to his old style of play. Bryant is gradually making progress in his attempt to reclaim his elite form, but noticeably struggled while his team was only able to win one of the last five games with him in the lineup.
It has become clear after five games that the superstar guard still needs some more time to get back to form.
Recently, TMZ caught up with the man that traded for Bryant during the 1996 NBA Draft. Former Lakers general manager was asked about Bryant’s return and said the following via TMZ:
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