Kobe Bryant has a Twitter account. If you’re just catching wind of that now, you’ve been missing out on a whole lot of humorous, yet knowledgable tweets since Bryant became social on Jan. 4.
The antisocial has become social #mambatweets
— Kobe Bryant (@kobebryant) January 4, 2013
I’ll try and compile Kobe’s best tweets, but really, all of his tweets are relevant.
The mamba vs d12 !! It’s on lol twitter.com/kobebryant/sta…
— Kobe Bryant (@kobebryant) January 7, 2013
Kobe constantly provides his followers with daily insights into his life like, well, most people. Except, Kobe Bryant is Kobe Bryant. Any information regarding his life is a prized 140 characters compared to your average follower.
Next up, we have Kobe venting his anger through Twitter.
This one is on meCouldn’t throw the ball in the ocean if I was sitting on a boat. Had plenty of easy looks#noexcuses gotta get my legs back
— Kobe Bryant (@kobebryant) January 20, 2013
This tweet comes just a few hours after the Los Angeles Lakers lost to the Toronto Raptors by a final tally of 108-103 on Jan. 20. More specifically, Bryant shot 10-for-32 from the field. He did score 26 points, but as he admitted, it was an inefficient 26 points.
When Bryant scored 81 points against the Raptors in 2006, he surely wasn’t inefficient. Luckily, fans got the privilege to follow along with Kobe, as he live-tweeted his 81-point game in January.
Below is probably the most notable tweet among the several thoughts that Kobe rendered throughout his personal videotape study.
Watching the game now, the easy shots I missed, I could of had 100 pts! #countonkobe
— Kobe Bryant (@kobebryant) January 22, 2013
Next up, Bryant provides his followers with some advice.
When ur game take a s*i* . Flush it. Get up and move on #mambaism
— Kobe Bryant (@kobebryant) March 23, 2013
There isn’t really much to say about the above tweet, but you’d be wise to listen to “mambaism.”
The entertaining portion of Kobe’s tweets really take full force after he tore his Achilles on April 13 against the Golden State Warriors.
— Kobe Bryant (@kobebryant) April 13, 2013
Bryant always seems to shed some positive light over a negative situation. But clearly, Kobe can’t stand being on the shelf as he tries to discover new hobbies.
Taking/editing pics just ain’t my thing lol but what hell else am I gonna do but try it out now .. #nadabuttime
— Kobe Bryant (@kobebryant) April 17, 2013
Unfortunately for Kobe, he couldn’t help the Lakers in the first round of the playoffs against the San Antonio Spurs.
Nothing worse then watching your bothers struggle and u can’t do crap about it #realtalk
— Kobe Bryant (@kobebryant) April 21, 2013
His in-game tweeting was entertaining simply because he’s taking the basketball world inside his mind. It’s not too often you can go inside the mind of one of the NBA’s greatest players to ever play the game.
Just a day after numerous of his in-game tweets became worldwide sensations, Kobe put a halt on it, with a touch of humor, of course.
— Kobe Bryant (@kobebryant) April 22, 2013
Since Bryant’s last in-game tweet on April 22, his Twitter account hasn’t been as active. Still, you can get a good kick out of scrolling through his timeline, which we accomplished here. But if you’re a basketball fan, he’s much, much more entertaining to watch when he’s on the court.