Price per Head Sportsbooks: Kobe wants revenge

kobePrice per head sportsbooks learned that Kobe Bryant wants to use the LA Lakers’ disappointing 2013-14 season as a motivation for the next one.

And the player hopes to see the rest of the team do the same.

Bryant, when speaking this weekend in an appearance at Westfield Culver City mall to promote his new Nike Kobe 9 Elite shoe, told Power 106 radio in Los Angeles that next season he wants to get revenge on all those doubters, and pay per head services would like to see if his words prove to be true.

“This year, we all know it’s been a real tough year for us, right?” Bryant told Power 106, according to Lakersnation.com.

“So what I’d like everybody to do is to really just sit back and just absorb this year. Take it all in. Sit back and watch and listen and hear all the hate that’s being thrown at us and remember every person that’s kicking you when you’re down, because next year it ain’t gonna be this way.

“Appreciate it now. Let it sit in now, because revenge is sweet and it’s quick.”

The Lakers, who were ridden by injuries all season, were tied for last place in the Western Conference with a 21-39 record entering a home game against the New Orleans Pelicans on Tuesday night.

But Bryant wasn’t able to help. Price per head sportsbooks saw that the player missed the Lakers’ first 19 games while recovering from a torn Achilles in his left leg that he suffered last season, returned to play six games, and then on December 17 was on the sidelines due to a fracture of the lateral tibial plateau in the knee. He’s expected to be re-evaluated in about two weeks after continued knee soreness, pain, and swelling.

Bryant told Power 106 that what fuels him now is proving wrong those who didn’t have faith in the Lakers and his recovery.

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“You’ve got to appreciate that and enjoy that and use that as fuel as motivation to basically just shut everybody the hell up,” Bryant told the radio station, according to Lakersnation.com.

“It’s that challenge, that challenge that drives us all, I think, and definitely keeps me going.”

Pay per head services can see that Kobe is very determined, and wonder if he will prove his doubters wrong.