Kobe Bryant drove right by LeBron James and laid the ball up and in during Sunday’s All-Star game, and the Cavaliers forward clearly isn’t going to forget about it anytime soon.
Bryant was getting interviewed by TNT’s Craig Sager at halftime of the game, and James cut in and interrupted it with an active videobomb of sorts.
It was all in good fun, though, as James first went off about Kobe trying to dunk on him, but then said it was moments like that one that he’d miss most. The two clearly have a great deal of respect for one another.
The theme of the Lakers’ 2015-16 campaign is the Kobe Bryant World Tour, which is evident judging by the team’s awful 11-44 record. That theme carried over to the All-Star game as well, with Bryant being the focal point of the big event.