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Following last week’s unsuccessful NBA lockout negotiations, players were told to they could be without work – and paychecks – for at least half the season.Surely, the NBA’s highest paid athletes can afford to go a few months without a direct deposit, but what about those worried about their financial future?
Kobe Bryant is here to help.
In a LA Times interview, Billy Hunter, NBAPA executive director, says Bryant is one of several players volunteering to loan money to members of his basketball brotherhood if necessary.
Kobe should expect a call from Corey Maggette any day now.
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