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    Thursday, December 4, 2014

    Mike D’Antoni Reveals Something About Kobe Bryant That Will Make Mamba's Fans Feel Bad: Read It Here

    Mike D’Antoni didn’t thrive as the head coach coach of the LA Lakers in his two Seasons with the team, amassing only 67 wins in 87 game. And, it seems that he has his own reasons why.

    According to LA Daily News via SiriusXM NBA Radio, D'Antoni revealed some information regarding the LA Lakers skipper Kobe Bryant. And, as a warning, Mamba fans might not like what he said.

    Coach Mike pointed out that Kobe is an incredible player who can do anything that's humanly possible, but he can also be a player who's hard to coach at times. In the end he admitted that he's glad that he was able to work with the 36 year-old NBA Veteran.

    Read more about what the veteran coach said regarding Kobe below:

    “His ability to have a volume of work that he does. I didn’t have any doubt he would come back from the two injuries other than age. If it’s humanly possible, he’s going to do it,” D’Antoni said about Bryant. “He’ll keep it going as long as it’s humanly possible. He’ll try to be the best that has ever played the game. Being around him every day and watching him every day work that hard is incredible.”

    “The tough part about coaching him is that he has that determination and near sightedness that he doesn’t see the fringes too much,” D’Antoni said. “He’s going to go over you, under you, but he gets right to where he wants to go. Sometimes that makes it tough to coach him.”

    “You want to coach a certain way and have a certain style and you hope everybody would be on the same page,” D’Antoni said. “We weren’t always. It’s a tough situation to hit and miss. If you’re not on the same page from the top of management down to the water boy, then you’re going to have some problems. In a public place like, la, it wasn’t easy sledding. But I wouldn’t change the experience. It was great. I got to work with some of the greatest players in the game. Although it wasn’t pleasant all the time, I think I’m a richer person for having done it.”

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