Kobe Bryant to Play for the New York Knicks? Don’t Make Me Laugh

March 23rd, 2010 by Genevieve Whitbourne Leave a reply »

There has been a lot of speculation about whom the Knicks will bring in after the 2010 season is over, and Kobe Bryant is the latest candidate.

New York City is a place unlike any other.

Globally, it has cache as one of the coolest, slickest, and most exciting place in the world.

I work in the city, and I know people who live in Manhattan...and it is everything it’s cracked up to be.

Regardless of all the coolness NYC has to offer, it will not lure in Kobe Bryant, as a recent Sports Illustrated article suggested.

The argument for Bryant to come to the Knicks is as follows: Bryant enjoyed playing for Mike D'Antoni in the Olympics, and Phil Jackson may retire soon. Plus, Bryant has not yet worked out a contract extension with the Lakers, leaving him a window to come to New York for a big payday.

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