The Fumble - When Los Angeles Lakers point guard and second overall pick D'Angelo Russell got to the court early Wednesday to practice ahead of his showdown with the Minnesota Timberwolves, he decided to try some moves he learned from watching Kobe Bryant play. Russell yelled out “Kobe” during a 1-on-1 session with player development coach Thomas Scott. He then ran an imaginary isolation play (which Kobe often does), using those high dribbles to create a turnaround jumper.