Kobe Bryant’s death has left a void in the hearts of many and a sense of regret in others.
Former basketball player, Smush Parker, is having a hard time accepting Kobe’s death because the two men had differences. The former Lakers point guard said he wished he and Kobe had worked out their disagreements before his sudden death.
According to TMZ, Smush had once said that it was not so great to play with Kobe Bryant. The Black Mamba didn’t like him either and had nicknamed him his worst teammate.
The toughest pill to swallow has been the fact that I didn’t get a chance to verbally speak with my brother not only to reconcile our differences but to find out if he actually had a relationship with The Lord Almighty. I Pray his relationship with The Lord was real. #brothers pic.twitter.com/OflRiwNMsb
— Smush Parker (@SmushParker21) January 27, 2020
« Smush Parker was the worst, he should never have been in the NBA, but we could not invest in a real point guard. So we went with him, » Kobe revealed in 2012.
Today, Smush’s words pierce his heart every time he thinks about the sudden departure of the deceased.
« The hardest pill for me to swallow today is the fact that I didn’t have the opportunity to talk face-to-face with my brother to resolve our differences and know if he really had a relationship with the Lord Almighty. As this proves today, no matter how successful we are in life, when God takes our breath away, it is the end for us on earth. And if we do not invest our time wisely here on earth, our life in eternity will be a very bad trial. I really hope that his relationship with the Lord was sincere. »