Kobe got into it with Lamar Odom, his teammate, up to the point where tv's and lights were smashed near the visitors locker room. Kobe’s frustration with teammates grows
1. Kobe gets into it with Shaq, and says that Shaq has childlike jealousy and is selfish. Kobe on Shaq: 'Childlike selfishness and jealousy'
2. Kobe gets into it with Phil Jackson and snipes with him back and forth off and on the court.
Former Lakers coach Phil Jackson details clashes with Kobe Bryant
3. Kobe and Karl Malone get into it because his whorish wife accuses Karl Malone of trying to hit on her, when in actuality, she was cozying up to him, calling him cowboy. The phreak. Bad pass: Kobe-Karl rift over Vanessa Bryant
4. Kobe gets into it with Lamar Odom and his current teammates, up to and including saying comments that shock people within earshot. It is also reported that Mr. Odom (who at this point, probably wishes that he had landed elsewhere besides Days of Our Lakers), was escorted by security guards back on the bus. Kobe’s frustration with teammates grows
Can you name that tune in one note? The common denominator in all of this is Kobe. He is also not allowing others to exercise their talents in the triangle offense, which has been operated successfully with the Chicago Bulls franchise, and, most recently, the Lakers, who have nine championships between 1991 and 2002.
What team is this? The Lakers or the laKers? I remember when Shaq left, I made some lyrics up that match "Under the Bridge", by the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Like to hear it, hear it goes: