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Dec 12, 2014
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With a disappointing 6-16 record, a league-worst defensive efficiency rating, and unending criticisms thrown at the Los Angeles Lakers, it looks like Kobe Bryant has reached his breaking point.

After a seemingly lackadaisical practice earlier today, the Black Mamba lashed out at his teammates, calling them “soft as charming.” Here’s Mike Breshahan of the Los Angeles Times with the crispy details:


Here's the video of the outburst, courtesy of Arash Markaszi of ESPN:

Nick "Swaggy P" Young taunting Kobe obviously didn't help.

Swaggy P to Kobe: "Nobody in the world can guard me on-on-one." #Weh

We guess this might serve as the catalyst for whatever wheeling and dealing the Lakers organization will do in the next few days/weeks/months. Or maybe they won't; maybe the Lakers' General Manager, Mitch Kupchak, wants to hear more nice words from Kobe.


Man, we haven't seen Kobe this angry in a while.

Is this really the end for the Lakers? Are we witnessing the total collapse of a decorated NBA franchise? Don't worry Lakers loyalists, Kobe was quick to dismiss any bad blood brewing between him and his teammates.

There's a reason for his aggressive behavior, says No. 24.

And don't worry about the Mamba and Swaggy P, too. They're alright.


And what about Young's "nobody can guard me one-on-one" dig?

Burn.

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