In December 2012, Kobe Bryant wasn’t even halfway through his last elite Lakers season, but he was putting more thought into the bigger picture than ever before. What was leadership all about, anyway? How could he use social media to advance his message? Would he rather be remembered as a winner or a great teammate? And what made him want to pick up the phone and call Bill Simmons out of the blue?
‘Book of Basketball 2.0’: My Phone Call With Kobe Bryant
In December 2012, Kobe Bryant wasn’t even halfway through his last elite Lakers season. What made him want to pick up the phone and call Bill Simmons out of the blue?
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Kevin Clark and Nora Princiotti recap Week 7 in the NFL, from the Titans’ dominant win over the Chiefs to the Dolphins’ woes and next steps