The NBA All-Star game takes place this weekend in Toronto, Canada at the Air Canada Centre. Players will soon be travelling north of the USA border if they haven't already for the weekend.
For Kobe Bryant, this will be his last All-Star game, as earlier this season, he announced that he would be retiring from the NBA.
However, the LA Lakers star isn't entering Sunday's game in the physical condition he would like to be in, as he said recently to ESPN's Baxter Holmes that he feels 'horrible' when he was asked how he was feeling entering the All-Star break.
Holmes tweet states Bryant said: "Horrible. My ankles, knees, everything.” When he rose from his chair, he groaned, “Oh my god."
While it's been nice to go down memory lane and see some of his highlights from down the years each time he visits another team, it hasn't been all fun for Bryant, as he has missed ten games this season, and the Lakers are one of the worst teams in the NBA with an 11-44 record.
When Holmes asked the five-time NBA Champion what he dislikes most about this farewell tour, he said: "That we suck."
Hopefully, things pick up soon for the 19-year veteran, as nobody will want to see him end his career on a low note. He is currently averaging 16.9 points, 4.2 rebounds, and 3.4 assists per game, while shooting just 35 percent from the floor and 27.7 percent from beyond the arc.
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