If you haven’t noticed over the last 20 years, Kobe Bryant likes to shoot the basketball when he takes the court. A lot. Say what you want about the guy, but he’s not afraid to try a shot from just about anywhere.
With that in mind, it shouldn’t be too surprising to hear the advice that Kobe offered up to Dwyane Wade’s son after the Lakers/Heat game last night. Kobe and D-Wade—who called Kobe "the greatest player of our era" yesterday—talked for a few minutes and, at one point, they spoke about how D-Wade’s son Zaire is developing as a player. And when D-Wade responded by telling Kobe that his son doesn’t shoot as often as he would like him to, Kobe, er, Uncle Kobe told him he needs to change that immediately:
You can blame Kobe when Zaire is the second coming of J.R. Smith in a decade.
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