Los Angeles Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant is getting sassy in his old age.
The “Black Mamba” hopped in his DeLorean last night in order to go old school all over the Toronto Raptors.
Kobe dropped 41 points and 12 assists in a come from behind, over time win over the dinosaurs from Canada.
After the game, Kobe was asked if he feared failure.
And Kobe responded.
Kobe when asked about ‘fear’: “I don’t f— with bees, man. Other than that, I’m not afraid of nothing.”
— Dave McMenamin (@mcten) March 9, 2013
I mean, can this guy just stick around forever? I don’t even care if he keeps playing basketball, I just want him to stay around the game. If this were the WWE, after he retired, Kobe would walk into an arena in the middle of the game, hit Reggie Miller with a folding chair, take his headset and start broadcasting.
That’s all we’re asking for Kobe. Just hit Reggie Miller with a chair and keep saying hilarious stuff. And maybe, occasionally, leave the broadcasting table to enter a game and score a gagillion points.
Kidding aside, the NBA world was abuzz about Kobe’s performance last night. But not Kobe. He wasn’t gloating. He was just “doin work.”
Kobe: “We really shouldn’t be patting each other on the back about it. We get paid to do this s—. We’re just doing our job.”
— Arash Markazi (@ArashMarkazi) March 9, 2013
Don’t ever change, Kobe.