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NEW YORK POST: ONE of the charms of being an embedded NBA correspondent over four decades is waking up each day and never worrying about groping or groveling (unlike the Spurs’ Jacque Vaughn after Deron Williams’ Game 3 cross-over faked him out of his Jacque) for subject matter.
There’s no offseason for the off-centered – segueing us smack into Kobe Bryant. Having momentarily picked up his dribble once his liquidated Lakers careened off the exit ramp after their customary one-round-and-done playoff appearance, he’s already back running his game on us.
Space constraints necessitate a synopsis:
Within the last 72 hours, Kobe, who cannot be traded without his approval, has vented his frustration with various West Coast reporters regarding his plight as a consistent championship pretender since the split with Shaquille O’Neal.