Pearl Spun So Kobe Can Spin

(AP Photo/Tom Mihalek)

(AP Photo/Tom Mihalek)

Mike did it just so flawlessly, Kobe does it just so easily and now Derrick “The Bull Wonder” Rose (don’t matter, just don’t bite it) is doing it just so Chicago nicely.

Doing what?

The spin move.

Where did it come from?

You better ask somebody.

I did, and he told me.

That he is the one and only Earl “The Pearl” Monroe. He was at the Sixers game, and I had to pounce after my well-esteemed colleague Anthony Gilbert hit me up earlier, and said “Jesus is gonna be there tonight.”

What?! The smile was straight cheese.

Saw a glimpse of him at Washington vs. the Heat, but in a flash, he was gone.

Damn, but chance favors the prepared mind, so I knew there would be another chance.

Click the Kobe’s pic to read full recap on SLAM.

12 Responses to “Pearl Spun So Kobe Can Spin”

  1. I read your story on SLAM’s site, I made a comment because Russ said that Kobe was a suburban kid, and I totally disagree. He was ALWAYS in West Philly, playing ball and hanging out. It was good to be there last night in the midst of Sonny Hill, Earl Monroe, and Kobe Bryant.

  2. Temple3 says:

    Too bad football season is over.

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