Los Angeles Lakers

Kobe Please Hush and Just Play Ball!

ORLANDO, FL - JUNE 09:  Kobe Bryant #24 of the Los Angeles Lakers discusses a call with referee Derrick Stafford during the game against the Orlando Magic in Game Three of the 2009 NBA Finals on June 9, 2009 at Amway Arena in Orlando, Florida.  NOTE TO USER:  User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement.  (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
T.J. SwinneyContributor IJune 10, 2009

I will probably make some enemies forn this article. For starters, I am not taking anything away from Kobe Bryant, I feel that he is the great of this era. But, I am so tired of seeing this guy cry and whine like a baby when someone touches him. He is like the two year old kid that tattles on the other kid for stealing a toy.


You gripe more than anybody that I have ever seen, you are in the NBA Finals you are not the only guy on the team that wants to win, so does the other team. They are going to press your butt to the floor, smack you around, and try to get you off your game, and guess what? It works! Y

ou couldn't even hit a free throw last night because you were mad that on one of your shots, Lee touched your elbow, COME ON give us a break!!! If you would keep your mouth shut I probably wouldn't have carpals tunnel from writing about you being a baby.

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