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Black Mamba back?

After injuring his leg in a freakish slip and fall suffered during a late-season game against the Golden State Warriors, Kobe Bryant has been determined to return to game shape as soon as possible to help his mediocre Lakers return to the postseason. After consistenly disappointing showings from Steve Nash and the loss of Dwight Howard to free-agency, the Lakers have been relying on scrappy, small-ball play from Xavier Henry, Jodie Meeks and Jordan Farmar, among others, to help stay afloat in the ridiculously top-heavy Western Conference.


The official season premiere of the Lake Show might be closer than previously thought.

Just a week after signing a near 50 million dollar two-year contract extension that will certainly keep number 24 in purple and yellow through the 2016-2017 NBA season, Kobe has returned to the practice floor, as per these two photos posted from the Lakers official Twitter account, which depict the 5-time NBA champion practicing under the watchful eye of head coach Mike D’Antoni. An official timetable for his season debut hasn’t been set, but participating in a full-contact practice usually means that date isn’t that far away.

-Khari Nixon (@KingVanGogh)