Monday, August 4, 2008

Kobe Bryant Making Baskets For The Mob

LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Kobe Bryant isn’t making baskets for his team, he’s doing it for the mob.

Last Tuesday (Jul. 29), NBA referee Tim Donaghy was sentenced to 15 months in prison for wagering on pro basketball games and trading insider information.

According to film director Todd Flinger, Bryant should be joining the ref in the slammer.

Flinger – who reveals sordid secrets about the Laker in his film Kobe 2: The Shocking True Story: Volume 2 – accuses Bryant of taking orders from the Gambino crime family and shaving points during games to ensure specific results to benefit mob gamblers.

Flinger explains, “The NBA is the Enron of professional sports. Kobe misses baskets intentionally and gets paid for it. A lot of people in the NBA know and say nothing.”

Flinger calls out Lakers coach Phil Jackson, NBA commissioner David Stern, and various players, including Jason Kidd and Allen Iverson, for being in on the scam too.

He says, “The money they make kills young blacks in America. It goes from the mob and to the Bloods and the Crips.

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