Kobe Bryant probably thought his Instagram post about coaching youth basketball was motivational. Instead, mocking a fourth-place finish and shaming a player who missed a game read as emblematic of a problem.
It’s pretty impressive watching someone become a legend in their chosen profession, only to achieve an equally astounding level of talent in a completely unrelated field. Take, for instance, Tom Waits’
Kobe Bryant has nothing against children dancing, even if it means they choose it over other activities such as, say, basketball. The Lakers legend has been trying to convince us of that since Wednesday,
Kobe Bryant puts middle schooler on blast for going to dance recital instead of game, is a ruthless coach
Shaquille O'Neal isn't the only basketball player whose commitment to winning has been called out by Kobe Bryant in recent years. Turns out, the five-time NBA champ wasn't happy when one of the middle
After some took issue with a caption on his Instagram post featuring his daughter's youth basketball team, Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant has clarified his comments and made it clear there was malice
Kobe Bryant has spent the past couple years coaching his daughter’s AAU team, which has given him the opportunity to see that same group develop as basketball players. After the Mambas travel basketball