Monday, September 19, 2011

Kobe Bryant nabs B of the D via LA Times: Q&A: NBA players' union executive director Billy Hunter

I'm really starting to love The LA Times:

Lance Pugmire of the Los Angeles Times spoke to Billy Hunter, the director of the National Basketball Players Association, about the course of the lockout and the players' preparation. Included in that talk is a awfully arousing tidbit about what Kobe and possibly King James have agreed to do if the lockout cuts into the regular season and players start missing paychecks. Here's what Hunter said in the article Hunter:
"I know Kobe is intimately involved in interfacing with colleagues and sharing in a pool of revenue to help the others get through this. Kobe has volunteered to do that in the event others need, he and others are prepared to loan money if necessary."
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  1. Borrowing money from Kobe is more dangerous than borrowing money from the mob.

  2. I'd rather borrow $ from Kobe than from me, bro...