Kobe Bryant might take part in exhibition games in ChinaPosted by Inside Hoops
Baxter Holmes of the Los Angeles Times reports:
Kobe Bryant may take his talents to China during the NBA’s lockout.
There are preliminary talks about a basketball tour to China this summer — and perhaps beyond — in which the Lakers superstar, who has called China a “home away from home” and has an enormous following there, would be the headliner with several other NBA stars forming two or three barnstorming teams.
Bryant and his agent Rob Pelinka are trying to put together the tour, said Minnesota Timberwolves rookie forward Derrick Williams, who is also represented by Pelinka.
Williams said several clients of Pelinka’s agency, the Landmark Sports Agency, could be involved in the tour.
“Hopefully I would be able to do that because I’ve never been out of the country and I think that would be the best thing for me,” said Williams, the former La Mirada High and University of Arizona star who was drafted second overall in June’s NBA draft.