Sports Buzz: Jabari Parker Leaving Duke to Enter NBA Draft

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Kobe Bryant to Begin Intense Training Program Next Week

Kobe Bryant has already put the Los Angeles Lakers' dismal 2013-14 season in the past. "S*** season," the future Hall of Famer tweeted on Wednesday. "Flush it. Forget it #amnesia Next Season will be epic #blackout #bussfam." Bryant, who only played in six games this season due to a fracture in his left knee, is set to begin an intense training program next week.

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