The GiveMeSport US Report - March 27

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Kobe Bryant has moved to suggest that he may not move into coaching once his playing days are up, despite the general consensus being that he’d be a good fit.

The Los Angeles Lakers icon has only one year left on his contract at the Staples Center, but confirmed he is not passionate about becoming a coach when he eventually retires.

Meanwhile, DeSean Jackson’s future with the Philadelphia Eagles has come under more scrutiny after coach Chip Kelly refused to rule out the prospect of him leaving before next season.

Strong speculation has claimed that Jackson will either be traded or released in the coming months, but Kelly has said only that both parties will do what’s best for the team.

In the MLB New York Yankees captain Derek Jeter has been lauded as being a better leader than Barack Obama - At least that’s in a list published by Fortune magazine.

The famous infielder ranked at number 11 on a countdown of the top 50 World’s best leaders, whereas the president of the United States failed to even earn himself a mention. Tough call Barack.

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