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Kobe tweets photo of Achilles surgery (WARNING GRAPHIC IMAGE)
Saturday , May , 18 , 2013 Matt Formica

Kobe tweets photo of Achilles surgery (WARNING GRAPHIC IMAGE)

Kobe Bryant has been all over Twitter since he joined a few months back, and on Tuesday, decided to tweet a pretty graphic image of his achilles surgery from a month ago.

Hoopsvibe's quick call:  If you get a little queesy, you might not want to look at this picture.  We warned you.

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Should Kobe Bryant tweeting during Lakers playoff games even matter?
Tuesday , Apr , 23 , 2013 Matt Formica

Should Kobe Bryant tweeting during Lakers playoff games even matter?

While the Lakers were battling the Spurs on the court in Game 1 of the first round of the playoffs on Sunday, Kobe Bryant was playing Twitter-coach from his Orange County pad.

Hoopsvibe's quick call:  It was pretty obvious in the post game press conference that Lakers Coach Mike D'Antoni wasn't a fan of Kobe's tweets.  Wonder how Phil would've handled it?

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Kris Humphries Gets His Ex Pregnant
Friday , Jul , 06 , 2012 HoopsVibe News

Kris Humphries Gets His Ex Pregnant

Kim Kardashian's ex husband, Kris Humphries of the Nets got his ex pregnant.

HoopsVibe's Very Quick Call: I'm sure E! Network is bummed he's not still married to Kim Kardashian. This would be great ratings.

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Lamar Odom Tweets His Reasons For Sucking.
Monday , May , 07 , 2012 HoopsVibe News

Lamar Odom Tweets His Reasons For Sucking.

Lamar Odom tweets his reasons for sucking.

HoopsVibe’s Very Quick Call: Stop tweeting. You look like an idiot.

Lamar Odom has plenty of time to think. The Dallas season is over and his season with Dallas was over weeks ago when they dropped him from the team following an argument between owner Mark Cuban and Odom. Just one full season removed from his 6-man of the year award, he now has been dropped by Dallas and looking for someone that wants to take a chance on a one-time potential All Star getting deeper into his thirties.

Lamar recently tweeted some reasons for why he couldn't focus with the Mavs. Lamar has long been known as thin-skinned and a very sensitive player, so his difficulty in dealing with the death of his cousin and close friend is understandable, but the facts remain the same.

The facts are Lamar struggled to produce even marginal numbers with the Mavs last season leaving many experts wondering if his career is simply over. Odom put up 6.6 points per game, 3.8 rebounds per game, and shot only 35% from the field. These aren't exactly All Star numbers. The question for general managers in the NBA is was this a fluke year or is Odom simply at the end of his NBA career? He's played 13 years in the NBA which is a full career by anyone's standards. Now that he's in his 30s and looking toward life after basketball, the question is whether that life will start now or later.