Kobe Bryant has been called many things throughout his 20-year career, and after the Los Angeles Lakers' 119-113 loss to the San Antonio Spurs on Friday, head coach Byron Scott provided a new one for KB.
Late in the fourth quarter of last night's game, Bryant dislocated the middle finger on his shooting hand and athletic trainer Gary Vitti didn't waste any time, popping the finger back in.
And Bryant didn't waste any time getting back onto the court and immediately contributing for his team.
The X-rays on Bryant's dislocated finger came back negative, per ESPN's Baxter Holmes. During the postgame press conference, Kobe seemed to not only be in good spirits, but he was able to crack a pretty hilarious joke with reporters.
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