Kobe Bryant is beyond sad right now.
The future NBA Hall of Fame player is, well, playing at a level that induces embarrassment for himself, his teammates and his fans. His detractors are having a ball mocking him after he shot 1-14 — an abysmal 7 percent shooting percentage — against the Golden State Warriors and greatly aided in the blowout loss, a 111-77 shellacking that was worse than the final score indicated.
Bryant is averaging 15.2 points on a team-high 16.4 field goal attempts per game this season. His 31.1 field goal percentage is the lowest of his career. Bryant has now played 12 consecutive games scoring less than 25 points while shooting less than 50 percent, the longest such streak of his career. In his last four games, Bryant is 2-of-21 from 3-point range. And we could go on and on. But we will let social media take over from here:
As long as Bron keeps pushing his headband back RT @Jermcon: How much longer can Kobe keep pushing a comeback?
— ○ D Y L V N ○ (@Franchize__) November 25, 2015