Kobe Bryant is finally speaking out on the departure of Dwight Howard from the Los Angeles Lakers, and the legendary baller isn’t holding back.
“Wish d12 the best honestly. I just find it hard to follow players that wanna kick my teams ass
#thatsjustme,” Kobe tweeted on Monday evening.
Earlier this month, Kobe unfollowed his former teammate on Twitter after he announced that he was bolting from the Lakers to play center for the Houston Rockets. Several pundits and basketball analysts have claimed that Howard and Bryant didn’t mesh well in the locker room. To that, Kobe added:
“My job is not to be easy on people. My job is to make them better.” – Steve Jobs
Kobe, who is nearing the end of his NBA career, hopes to win another championship before retiring. HipHollywood recently chatted with the baller who told us what he plans to do once he leaves the big leagues.
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