http://sports.espn.go.com/los-angeles/n ... id=6344596
I simply found this interesting. It was obvious that he said it. And I'm sure that worse things are said on the court every night. Its just the fact that he was caught on camera. Some people said it was amplified because Kobe is a superstar in the league. But I'm not really buying that part. I think if it was Javale McGee we would see the same kind of media coverage.
The biggest shock I had was that he didn't apologize. He released a statement explaining himself, but he never apologized.
I haven't liked Kobe since he forced Shaq out of LA & got in trouble in Colorado.
Its funny to me how much of a jackass he is, yet so many people love him. And just how hard he's worked to be the goodie goodie poster child, yet failed miserably.