Fresh off a trip to Europe, Kobe Bryant has been cleared to resume basketball activities and has begun an intensive six-month training program.
Guess who is back from France and back in the gym? Kobe has been cleared to go. http://t.co/RFVaxe5r2x
— Ramona Shelburne (@ramonashelburne) April 21, 2014
After missing all but 6 games this season due to an Achilles injury, which he suffered at the end of the 2013 season, and a broken bone in his left lateral tibial plateau, it’s good to hear that Bryant is doing well enough to return to the court and resume his career. Now, with an entire offseason ahead of him with no injuries slowing his progression, it would seem likely will come into camp next season ready to go and fully healed and healthy.
Kobe has been ramping up his physical activity in the past month, according to the ESPN LA report, and is ready to push himself to the brink this offseason, while hoping that the Lakers front office brings in a competitive roster for the 2014-15 season. That much is still to be seen, but this much is for sure: Kobe Bryant will be ready for the 2014-15 season and expects to win a Championship next year.