ESPN 100: Alone at the Top
We can't stop staring.
Kobe B. Bryant has been commanding our attention for some time now, but usually for something on or just off the court: the All-Star Games, the sweet jumpers, the tenacious D, the three straight rings, the nine straight 40-point games, the alpha-dog disputes with Shaq.
Then came word of an incident in Edwards, Colo., on June 30, and suddenly images of Kobe dunking and driving were preempted by entirely different scenes of him: tearful at a press conference, ...
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