The former Los Angeles Lakers star is upset with the Worldwide Leader.
Kobe Bryant’s Twitter feed is filled with anti-ESPN messages today.
The former Los Angeles Lakers star is upset with the Worldwide Leader because he thinks they took a quote from him about Lonzo Ball out of context.
Bryant did a long interview with Spectrum SportsNet in which he talked about the Lakers need for urgency. He said all of the team’s young players need to get better right now.
ESPN put out this quote:
Kobe says he wants to see a sense of urgency from Lonzo. pic.twitter.com/8PW3cQh8M0
— ESPN (@espn) December 9, 2017
This was Bryant’s full message:
— Adam Hargraves (@Hargraves24) December 10, 2017
ESPN kind of made it seem like Bryant was singling out Ball, when in reality he was saying the same thing about all of the Lakers’ players.
Bryant has retweeted a bunch of anti-ESPN messages:
ESPN got the clicks, but lose the trust…is it worth it?
— Matt Mamba (@MattMamba24) December 10, 2017
— Kobe Bryant (@kobebryant) December 10, 2017
You can watch his interview below:
— Spectrum SportsNet (@SpectrumSN) December 9, 2017