The thought of the NBA without Kobe Bryant is something most fans aren’t ready to face. Earlier last week, Kobe injured his shoulder during a game against the New Orleans Pelicans. An MRI revealed that Kobe Bryant suffered a tear of the rotator cuff in his right shoulder.
Marriage and professional athletes doesn’t seem the place you should go looking if forever and ever is the goal. Divorce for professional athletes hovers right around 79% – the national average is 50% – but its still somewhat shocking when you hear of a couple that has been together for decades splitting.
People take their sports very seriously. On Christmas night, two Twitter users, one with the handle, @MyTweetsRealAF, the other @SnottieDrippen, got into about Kobe Bryant. The Twitter back and forth led to Mr. Real AF proving he’s “about that life,” by driving 35 minutes to meet Snottie in Temecula, ca. to squab it out.
We’ve watched several athletes show support for the families of Eric Garner and Mike Brown over the last few weeks. On Saturday, in LA the “Millions March LA” took place in support of those who innocently lost their lives at the ands of police. Among the protestors were injured Lakers point guard Steve Nash.