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(VIDEO) Man Gets Insanely Realistic Kobe Bryant Tattoo on His Leg

As an inked canvas myself I can appreciate the beauty and artistic craftsmanship in some tattoo work.  This tattoo artist, however, is a magician with ink.

An LA Lakers fan decided to get a Kobe Bryant portrait on his leg as a tribute to the future NBA Hall of Famer.

Given all the injuries Bryant has been plagued with the past 2 seasons, I am not sure that a portrait of the Black Mamba on your leg is the best idea. We await word that the inked dude just blew out his Achilles.

Contributing Writer: Dixie Darling

LA Lakers Beat Cavs With Four Eligible Players


Here’s the latest example of why the NBA is the greatest game in the history of games invented that involve very tall men running on a hardwood stage trying to put an inflatable orange orb through an 10-foot metal cylinder.

Wednesday night in Cleveland, the LA Lakers had only eight available players for the game because of various injuries that can be blamed on Kobe Bryant. The number dropped to six when Jordan “Don’t Want to Work on Maggie’s” Farmar and Nick “Only the Good Die” Young got hurt. The Lakers would lose two more when Chris “Condition Critical” Kaman and Robert “Silent Bob” Sacre both fouled out.

That left the Lakers with four players in the starting lineup and plenty of room to stretch out on the bench.


The Lakers still won, 119-108.

Ok, what the hell is going on here? Has anyone ever see anything like this? What’s the rule book say? Is there a rule book? Traveling seems legal now. And does anyone actually watch the Cleveland Cavaliers?

So many questions, so little actual caring. Even the players were confused.

Here’s the official rule:

a. Each team shall consist of five players. No team may be reduced to less than five players. If a player in the game receives his sixth personal foul and all substitutes have already been disqualified, said player shall remain in the game and shall be charged with a personal and team foul. A technical foul also shall be assessed against his team. All subsequent personal fouls, including offensive fouls, shall be treated similarly. All players who have six or more personal fouls and remain in the game shall be treated similarly.

Well, that clears things up.

The NBA sure has itself a great product there.

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