Deep Pain Watching the Ultimate Warrior Fall Tonight

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PurpleKnight
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I don't know why but I'm tearing up. I mean Kobe Bryant man. He is such a warrior. And it's tough to see a true warrior fall to his knees in tremendous pain. This guy gives us Laker fans every ounce of himself. And it's killing me to see our fallen hero with nothing else to give. I see his tears in his eyes. I feel the pain in his voice. The sadness he feels knowing that he can't compete. And that's a tough pill to swallow coming from the ultimate competitor. I'm going to miss him these last few games. And I will deeply miss him once he retires. After this injury It's hitting me how hard it's going to hit me once he retires for good. It's going to happen sooner or later. Lets hope that this isn't the last we see from our hero Kobe Bryant. (I feel the tears welling up in my eyes just thinking of it) God Bless you Kobe. Thanks for giving us 17 years of your life.


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God Bless you Kobe. Wanna see you back in the court.


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Chris Tomasson @christomasson

It sounds cruel but it's business. Seems Lakers would have to amnesty Kobe if has torn Achilles tendon Could sit out 13-14, re-sign in 14-15

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Chris Tomasson @christomasson

Isiah Thomas' career ended with a torn Achilles tendon in 1994 when he was 33

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Pretty incredible in hindsight that Kobe limped on to the court with a torn Achilles and made two free throws before leaving.

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Kerwin
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Arash Markazi @ArashMarkazi Kobe: "It's just s--- luck."

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FishGuy
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Anyone find a link to the post game interview?


Katie
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This is the biggest sports story ever!


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PurpleKnight wrote:
I don't know why but I'm tearing up. I mean Kobe Bryant man. He is such a warrior. And it's tough to see a true warrior fall to his knees in tremendous pain. This guy gives us Laker fans every ounce of himself. And it's killing me to see our fallen hero with nothing else to give. I see his tears in his eyes. I feel the pain in his voice. The sadness he feels knowing that he can't compete. And that's a tough pill to swallow coming from the ultimate competitor. I'm going to miss him these last few games. And I will deeply miss him once he retires. After this injury It's hitting me how hard it's going to hit me once he retires for good. It's going to happen sooner ir later. Lets hope that this isn't the last we see from our herom Kobe Bryant. (I feel the tears welling up in my eyes just thinking of it) God Bless you Kobe. Thanks for giving us 17 years of your life.

I am trying to cry but I can't even do that, I'm totally numb on the inside. I can't think, I can't feel, I can't do anything. Wow. I am just SO through.


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I'm just praying this doesn't end his career, this can't be the end...


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I confess, I got teary eyed watching his post game interview...Watching Kobe staying and talking to the media, instead of going to the hospital, was a statement of what an ultimate professional person and athlete he is...You can see in his bloodshot and swollen eyes, he had been crying...He gave it all for us this season.


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God Bless the man, the warrior, the leader. God almighty.


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i watch the game live... could possible be his last game.. and what a game..


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It's an intense and emotional night. I have an aura migraine coming on and can't see in front of my face. It's a struggle to type. Time for bed and a dark room.

Hang in there Lakers fans. After Kobe's comeback, this is only going to enhance his already incredible legend. This ain't even close to the end. Kobe wouldn't have it that way. You can tell he's already focusing on all he can do to help now and then later to get back.

Those freethrows made on a torn achilles will NOT be the final points of his career. Promise!


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I'm shook... F*ckIng sucks man


AyeDGAF
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Kobe derserves to get a Statue + Jersey retire 8 + 24 A-S-A-P once he retires


KBLO-24_7
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The Lakers season ends on Kobe injuring the part of the human body named after the one weak spot of a legendary nigh-invulnerable demi-god


LKnight
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I honestly couldn't care less about the season anymore.

I think we just might have witnessed one of the greatest players to ever play final NBA game...


AChad92
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Kobe will be back, he'll do everything it takes to get fixed up and healed fast.


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I�m still so sad. I can�t believe it. He would never ever go down. Whenever he got injured, you just knew he would be playing through it. There was never a devastating injury. Until this one. His first really bad one. I can not see him ending his career like that. No way. The Mamba will be back for more! I hope for a speedy recovery and wish this man all the best in the world! He doesn�t deserve to go out like this.


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I'm hoping Kobe didn't tear his Achilles !!!

https://mobile.twitter.com/TheJetOnTNT/status/322946144378421249


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Recess, high school, summers at 15, little league, road trips, surf sessions-KB is something you wish lasted as long as these memories

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@kobebryant praying for you bro

https://mobile.twitter.com/GhJr09/status/322948126853980160


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Much respect for @kobebryant. Never want to see that happen to nobody especially in a race we have going on. Smh its bigger than basketball. #stayupmamba

http://www.twitlonger.com/show/lht4js


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Everybody pray for my brother @kobebryant

https://mobile.twitter.com/dariusmorris4/status/322948000316010497


Kerwin
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Bill Simmons @BillSimmons

Bummed about Kobe. League is less fun than it was 3 hours ago. Hope he comes back 100%. PS: no way Phil Jackson plays him 47 mins a night.

https://mobile.twitter.com/BillSimmons/status/322947045012942848


Kerwin
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He left it all on the hardwood.

https://mobile.twitter.com/steve21smith/status/322947354481278976


AyeDGAF
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blame David Stern. If he never vetoed CP3 to the Lakers, Kobe would never have to carry all this load and would play his natural position


LakersMan24
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I'm having a hard time swallowing this too. The man brings me so much joy when I watch him play. If his career ends like this I'll be shattered. I wanna see more. If anyone comes back from this it's KOBE BEAN BRYANT.


Afrosho
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This is breaking my heart. I love you Kobe.


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What happened to nash? Suck up and play. So basically we gave up 4 picks for a pg who will be playing for just 40 games.


lakerever
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Simply, Terrible and desvastating News. For some guys (Kobe haters) we can win without Kobe...The time will tell if that is true.


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Mamba247 wrote:
I�m still so sad. I can�t believe it. He would never ever go down. Whenever he got injured, you just knew he would be playing through it. There was never a devastating injury. Until this one. His first really bad one. I can not see him ending his career like that. No way. The Mamba will be back for more! I hope for a speedy recovery and wish this man all the best in the world! He doesn�t deserve to go out like this.
his conditioning was always amazing, but at this age his body just cant do what we are all used to seeing him do in the past


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robbyjosett
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Such a sad day. The only true warrior on the court last night, lets hope the other guys rally behind coach Vino and makes his recovery a little bit easier with some playoff wins.

I didn't watch the game and am wondering if its the same ankle that he injured against the Hawks? IF so I feel like that would have a huge impact on this injury occurring


zheck13
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LALayup wrote:
It's an intense and emotional night. I have an aura migraine coming on and can't see in front of my face. It's a struggle to type. Time for bed and a dark room.

Hang in there Lakers fans. After Kobe's comeback, this is only going to enhance his already incredible legend. This ain't even close to the end. Kobe wouldn't have it that way. You can tell he's already focusing on all he can do to help now and then later to get back.

Those freethrows made on a torn achilles will NOT be the final points of his career. Promise!

Thanks for those encouraging words my friend. I woke up thus morning crying, there is a hole in my heart, I can't believe he can't walk this one off. But like he said, we will pray for the bear because we know he will do EVERYTHING in his power to defeat this. that is why we love the black.mamba. Stay strong laker nation, stay strong.


noam57
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I cant stop crying.. My heart is broken.. I have never been this sad in my entire life..


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Kobe last night reminded me of shows I have seen where the old Lion King fights to keep his pride against attackers. I was wincing watching his heroic stand as his body litterally was coming apart in front of my eyes. You could almost see a big injury coming. My heart was going out to him as it happened. What a marvelous stand he made against age and all odds.

He was a lion. He gave it as good as he took it. It is fitting we won that game with all the extraordinary effort he gave being such a big part of that win.

Bloody but unbowed. Kobe was a spectacular beast tearing at his enemies in the worst of conditions. It will go with so many other marvelous Kobe memories.


SaVaGe-DeF
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The first time I've cried since I was a little kid.


Eagle
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David Beckham's recovery took 6 months after completely tearing his Achilles he was also 34.


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Eagle wrote:
David Beckham's recovery took 6 months after completely tearing his Achilles he was also 34.

But it's somewhat different. Football, or soccer as you call it, doesn't involve jumping a lot, so you don't have to put some much weight and don't have to strengthen your heel so much. But Kobe's also a better athlete than Beckham so maybe one compensates the other.


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there aren't enough words to describe it. his passion for the game.

his will was so strong the last games, but he reached his body limits.

I hope everyting goes right with Kobe.


PurpleKnight
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Nice comparison Randy between Kobe & a lion. People always dissed Kobe for wanting to be like Mike. Why? That just showed how high he set the bar. Kobe has No Fear. Do you think that all those other MJ wannabes aimed that high? Hell No! That's why they never got as close as Kobe has. If you can't imagine it you'll NEVER attain it. Matter of fact I'm sure that MJ admires Kobe. He even said that they were both cut from the same cloth and that they both are cursed with the same passion for the game. MJ is sad today too. Because to a degree he has lived through Kobe since he retired. He enjoyed watching what Kobe could do on the court. It reminded him of himself.


Lakerman32
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Just over 24 hours on and I'm still devastated for Kobe and for the Lakers. I've never seen a player play through so much pain and so many injury's as KB24 and in that I firmly believe he'll be back to carry on his legacy in the purple and gold.


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