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January 7, 2014
ON-THE-GO: Lakers vs. Heat
THE GAME x KOBE BRYANT x SAMUEL L. JACKSON 
Music + Sports + Film … describes my life! #rozOonTheGo
Photo: Noel Vasquez

ON-THE-GO: Lakers vs. Heat

THE GAME x KOBE BRYANT x SAMUEL L. JACKSON 

Music + Sports + Film … describes my life! #rozOonTheGo

Photo: Noel Vasquez

April 29, 2013

VIDEO: KOBE BRYANT ‘YOU SHOWED US’ NIKE AD CAMPAIGN (NEW-2013)

Laker Nation and Bryant fans Nike is providing you with a new campaign showing everyone why he’s hot! This should give his supporters a little uplift being that their dude is suffering with a torn Achilles tendon. He’s said to be out for 9-months and I’m wishing him the best! No one wants to see any player have to sit out on their dream. Enjoy the visuals!

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March 4, 2013

VIDEO: KOBE & KYRIE DUEL IN CLEVELAND! (HIGHLIGHTS)

Check out some of the highlights from the showdown at the Q where rising superstar Kyrie Irving squared off with future hall-of-famer Kobe Bryant! Despite 42 points from Bryant, the Cavs would win the battle behind Irving’s 28 points and 11 assists.’

I Came across this footage while surfing the good ole web! Check it out! xo @rozOonTheGo

April 29, 2012

LAKERS FANS WILL ENJOY THIS! 

KOBE BRYANT THEN & NOW (HD)

Actually, anyone who has love for the game & star athletes will enjoy this! Watch.. Go! xo Roz-O

Spotted on @Jose3030

April 27, 2012

2012 NBA PLAYOFFS #sportspics

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April 24, 2012
Good Evening Folks!
I just wanted to do a quick recap on some of my more recent blog posts! So really quick:
Barbz, @NICKIMINAJ is back on twitter! I told you she’d return. Now how quickly will you all welcome her back I wonder.. hmmm *pondering*!
I mentioned that former Bad Boy Ent. rapper MA$E would be making a surprise comeback by way of a remix.. well, it dropped today… he did a little 'Slight Work' with @WALE @FRENCHMONTANA & @IAMDIDDY….
Lastly, about that whole METTA WORLD PEACE aka RON ARTEST jab.. the @LAKERS tweeted earlier this evening: “Metta World Peace has been suspended for 7 games w/o pay for striking the Thunder’s JAMES HARDEN in the head w/his elbow.”
Alrighty.. and don’t ask me why I posted the pic of myself at my Moms house.. I just felt like it! *shrugs* Plus my peers said I need to start posting more images of myself :)! xo @RozOonTheGo

Good Evening Folks!

I just wanted to do a quick recap on some of my more recent blog posts! So really quick:

Barbz, @NICKIMINAJ is back on twitter! I told you she’d return. Now how quickly will you all welcome her back I wonder.. hmmm *pondering*!

I mentioned that former Bad Boy Ent. rapper MA$E would be making a surprise comeback by way of a remix.. well, it dropped today… he did a little 'Slight Work' with @WALE @FRENCHMONTANA & @IAMDIDDY….

Lastly, about that whole METTA WORLD PEACE aka RON ARTEST jab.. the @LAKERS tweeted earlier this evening: “Metta World Peace has been suspended for 7 games w/o pay for striking the Thunder’s JAMES HARDEN in the head w/his elbow.”

Alrighty.. and don’t ask me why I posted the pic of myself at my Moms house.. I just felt like it! *shrugs* Plus my peers said I need to start posting more images of myself :)! xo @RozOonTheGo

April 22, 2012

In the words of the announcer, ‘THAT’S DISGRACEFUL’! Shame on Metta World Peace aka RON ARTEST! He was not keeping the ‘peace’ when he elbowed OKC’S JAMES HARDEN. He was immediately ejected from the game after decking dude. That’s wasn’t a celebration in my opinion. xo Roz-O.

Take a look and let me know if you think it was intentional?

January 11, 2012
IN KOBE BRYANT NEWS:
Despite wrist injury, tumultuous offseason, Kobe may be having his finest year ever:
Via Sporting News
You get the sense that there is going to be some kind of comeuppance, some retribution for what’s happening in Los Angeles. Kobe Bryant is 33 years old, he has played more than 1,300 NBA games, including playoffs, he has long-standing knee issues and now, he has a torn ligament in his right wrist that requires a pain-numbing shot before every game. But coach Mike Brown is doing something that flies in the face of conventional wisdom, especially with the NBA’s hectic, compressed, post-lockout schedule—he is playing Bryant more, more than coach Phil Jackson did last year.
And yet it is hard to blame Brown because what we have seen from Bryant in the opening weeks of this season of abnormality is an astounding consistency, a tribute to how he has taken care of himself as he ages and how that has translated into Bryant looking as good as ever—capped by a jaw-dropping 48-point performance against the Suns on Tuesday.
Read more: http://aol.sportingnews.com/nba/story/2012-01-11/kobe-bryant-lakers-wrist-injury-andrew-bynum-mike-brown-48-points#ixzz1jBpQWwoV

IN KOBE BRYANT NEWS:

Despite wrist injury, tumultuous offseason, Kobe may be having his finest year ever:

Via Sporting News

You get the sense that there is going to be some kind of comeuppance, some retribution for what’s happening in Los Angeles. Kobe Bryant is 33 years old, he has played more than 1,300 NBA games, including playoffs, he has long-standing knee issues and now, he has a torn ligament in his right wrist that requires a pain-numbing shot before every game. But coach Mike Brown is doing something that flies in the face of conventional wisdom, especially with the NBA’s hectic, compressed, post-lockout schedule—he is playing Bryant more, more than coach Phil Jackson did last year.

And yet it is hard to blame Brown because what we have seen from Bryant in the opening weeks of this season of abnormality is an astounding consistency, a tribute to how he has taken care of himself as he ages and how that has translated into Bryant looking as good as ever—capped by a jaw-dropping 48-point performance against the Suns on Tuesday.

Read more: http://aol.sportingnews.com/nba/story/2012-01-11/kobe-bryant-lakers-wrist-injury-andrew-bynum-mike-brown-48-points#ixzz1jBpQWwoV

June 1, 2011

May 22, 2011

Bill Belichick shouldn’t be having any financial difficulty during the NFL lockout, and there are well more than a million reasons for it. In Forbes magazine’s annual rankings of the highest-paid coaches in professional sports, the New England Patriots’ boss comes in at No. 1 with an estimated annual salary of $7.5 million.
Belichick jumps to the top of the list in the wake of Phil Jackson’s decision to walk away as coach of the NBA’s Los Angeles Lakers. He also leads a group of seven NFL coaches in all who made the top 10.

In order behind Belichick, they are Mike Shanahan ($7 million, Redskins), Pete Carroll ($7 million, Seahawks), Lovie Smith ($6 million, Bears), Ken Whisenhunt ($5.75 million, Cardinals), Tom Coughlin ($5.25 million, Giants) and Mike Tomlin ($5 million, Steelers).
The other three on the list are all NBA coaches: the Celtics’ Doc Rivers ($7 million, the Spurs’ Gregg Popovich ($6 million) and the Knicks’ Mike D’Antoni ($6 million).
Read more: http://aol.sportingnews.com/nfl/story/2011-05-19/bill-belichick-highest-paid-coach-in-pro-sports#ixzz1MpdsrzSD

Bill Belichick shouldn’t be having any financial difficulty during the NFL lockout, and there are well more than a million reasons for it. In Forbes magazine’s annual rankings of the highest-paid coaches in professional sports, the New England Patriots’ boss comes in at No. 1 with an estimated annual salary of $7.5 million.

Belichick jumps to the top of the list in the wake of Phil Jackson’s decision to walk away as coach of the NBA’s Los Angeles Lakers. He also leads a group of seven NFL coaches in all who made the top 10.

In order behind Belichick, they are Mike Shanahan ($7 million, Redskins), Pete Carroll ($7 million, Seahawks), Lovie Smith ($6 million, Bears), Ken Whisenhunt ($5.75 million, Cardinals), Tom Coughlin ($5.25 million, Giants) and Mike Tomlin ($5 million, Steelers).

The other three on the list are all NBA coaches: the Celtics’ Doc Rivers ($7 million, the Spurs’ Gregg Popovich ($6 million) and the Knicks’ Mike D’Antoni ($6 million).


Read more: http://aol.sportingnews.com/nfl/story/2011-05-19/bill-belichick-highest-paid-coach-in-pro-sports#ixzz1MpdsrzSD

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