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VIDEOS: Kobe Hints At Possibility Of November Return, Digs At ESPN Rank Reviewed by Momizat on . It was a packed house at the Los Angeles Lakers practice facility after the media got word that Kobe Bryant practiced over the weekend. This time, Bryant was in It was a packed house at the Los Angeles Lakers practice facility after the media got word that Kobe Bryant practiced over the weekend. This time, Bryant was in Rating: 0
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VIDEOS: Kobe Hints At Possibility Of November Return, Digs At ESPN Rank

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It was a packed house at the Los Angeles Lakers practice facility after the media got word that Kobe Bryant practiced over the weekend. This time, Bryant was in action when the media was allowed in to practice on Tuesday, participating in half-court, 5-on-5 drills. Prior to practice being opened to the media, Bryant participated at full-speed during a full-court practice. After practice, Bryant spoke to reporters for about 10 minutes, answering questions about his strength, mobility, conditioning and timetable for return. Kobe said he can’t allow his return to be affected by the state of the team, but also didn’t rule out potentially returning in November.

Bryant’s eyes lit up when talking about how great it felt to be back on the practice court with his teammates. He also joked that now that he’s back at practice, his teammates “can’t [expletive] around when I’m out there.” When he was asked what questions he’s answered about himself now that he’s been able to practice, he even took another dig at ESPN ranking him 25th in the player rankings.

“Whether or not I’m the 25th best player in the world.”

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Kobe Bryant (Part One): Kobe Pleasantly Surprised With Movements, Not Tired After Practice

Kobe Bryant (Part Two): Could Kobe See Himself Returning In November?


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  • Jim213

    LA Times “Jordan Hill’s promotion to starter affecting Lakers bench,” sounds like the 1st and 2nd unit are fighting over G… aka G-Man/Hill. Always believed Hill would play best with the 2nd unit but Hill is one of those players that produces no matter who’s on the court.

  • http://www.haveslot.com/ richard

    Yeah, I think he will sit the season out. He can’t get much better than DRose, right?

  • LakersHeatBeef

    The Lakers will have Kobe back in the lineup very soon and it will likely lead to many more wins over the course of time.Now for some perspective on the Lakers draft position and what players Lakers can get later in the draft.

    Well i have found a diamond in the rough for the Lakers and he is 5’11 yes small in height,but he is a excellent young point guard he plays at Arizona State University his name is Jahii Carson,he scored 40 points last night in a win.He is a projected late first round to mid second round pick.

    The Lakers can get a steal if they have a mid 20′s pick by drafting Carson.Also Andrew Harrison the #1 point guard from his class is slipping down the mock drafts,he was projected top 10 now can be had much later.Lakers will draft a point guard IMO.Kobe is coming back soon and Lakers are ready to win NOW!

    Go Lakers!

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