Kobe Bryant Vs. Osama Bin Laden: "I'll Dunk Right On His Face"

bob bobAnalyst IAugust 10, 2009

The LeBron James getting "dunked" on fiasco is part of the past now.

Several NBA stars commented on what they thought about the whole ordeal, including Los Angeles Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant.

I wonder what NBA stars would think about this?

Peter Mehlman from Peter Mehlman's Narrow World of Sports had a humor filled interview with Kobe.

The interview varied in topics. From Kobe being a vegetarian, to tipping the referees cash after the game. It even had some politics in the mix.

What got my attention the most was when Peter asked Kobe, "...If you played Bin Laden one on one, isn't that playing for your country?"

Kobe answered, "Yeah, probably."

Peter then asked, "What would happen if you played him?"

Kobe simply said, "I'll dunk right on his face."

Peter asked, "How many times?"

Kobe replied, "Oh, every chance I get."

"Tomahawk?" Peter questioned.

Kobe raised his hand, as if to dunk a ball, and slammed it down--hand open. Then said, "Baaaaah," and chuckled a bit.

Obviously, this interview was made to make people laugh and should not be taken seriously. (Watch the video it's pretty funny)  

But, it would be entertaining to see Kobe "dunk" on Osama Bin Laden. Especially, on live TV.

I'd buy that match on pay-per-view.

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