Tag - Kobe Bryant

Slow Tuesday: Russell Westbrook and the Art of Chasing History

By Jon Carlos Rodriguez

To make history as the only player to ever average a triple double in two seasons, Russell Westbrook needs to grab 16 rebounds in his last game of the season. Will he make it?

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The Kobe-iest Kobe

By Jon Carlos Rodriguez

Who is the Kobe-iest Kobe? Is it the angry Kobe? The one who takes your beating heart off your chest and slam dunks it? The one who shoots a jumper over three defenders with the game on the line? Or the one who screams at Jeremy Lin?

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Word Up: 8 or 24?

By Enzo Marcos

Kobe became the first player in NBA history to have two jerseys retired by the same team. Which version was better? 8 or 24?

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That Time Kobe Ignored Chris Rock

By Jon Carlos Rodriguez

Kobe is the very definition of a dude who is unfuckwithable. He’s on another level as a human being, beyond us mere mortals who flinch at every fake pass or laugh at Chris Rock jokes.

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Word Up: Nike Hyper Court

By Enzo Marcos

In this episode of Word Up, we get the word on Nike’s latest project in Manila: the Hyper Court.

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Starting 5ive: Things you can buy from Kobe’s last NBA game

If (like us) you missed Kobe’s last game at the Staples Center in LA, you didn’t get to breathe the same air that he breathed on April 13, 2016. The good people on eBay can fix that for you.

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Starting 5ive: The 5 Kobes we met in the NBA

From being a brash 18-year-old kid who wanted to be like Mike, Kobe Bryant transformed into someone better in his 20 years in the NBA. He became Kobe Bryant.

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‘Bittersweet': Pinoy fan faces Kobe’s last days in the NBA

The Lakers will not get 20 wins, and Kobe is down to his last two games in the NBA. Peejay Ruiz, a die-hard Lakers and Kobe fan based in Australia, is not happy about this.

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Peripheral Vision: Chot and Cheetas

With social media’s reach as expansive as Kevin Durant’s wingspan, it’s almost impossible to keep up with all the fascinating posts online. It can be quite exhausting. Like playing through five overtimes. Peripheral Vision takes a look around the web to select some of the more interesting items so you don’t have to. No complex scouting process here though. Just a lazy and quick survey of the vast digital hoops community.

Our deep gratitude to you too, MVP

While a lot of frustrated Pinoys are calling for the head of Gilas coach Chot Reyes, Gilas godfather and overall good guy, Manny V. Pangilinan came to his aid. A day after Gilas bowed out of contention in the Asian Games, MVP posted a series of tweets, defending Reyes and the squad.

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