According to Mark Heisler, from the Los Angeles Times, Kobe Bryant is just fine with the Mike Brown hire.
Heisler reports of two meetings Bryant and Brown have had:
Their first was May 31 at Bryant’s home in Newport Beach, on Brown’s way to his news conference in downtown Los Angeles . . . more or less.
Apparently, the meeting went well. The second was 10 days later at the El Segundo practice facility, where they went through plays on the court
So why the silence from Kobe Bryant?
Unhappy at having been left out of the loop on the hiring, he’s letting his silence speak for him, as he did in after his days or rage in 2007, leaving the Lakers to spend three months wondering if he would report for training camp until he showed up that morning.” Says Heisler
For more in-depth coverage of the lack of public acknowledgement from Bryant, take a listen to Matt “Money” Smith who joined the Voice of the Nation #142 on Wednesday night. Smith spoke about the lack of relationship between Jim Buss, and Kobe Bryant and why he thinks Kobe continues to remain silent on the hire. (Listen Here)