Kobe on “Passion Bucket”

January 23, 2008

Kobe Bryant came on to the Dan Patrick Show today and talked about “Passion Bucket”, a phrase Kobe said twice on TNT after the game Monday night. (“Passion Bucket” was coined by UCLA’s Rick Neuheisel, and made popular by Dan Patrick.)

For audio, check out KLAC’s archives, or danpatrick.com and click on Interviews.

Kobe said about the phrase, “It’s pretty cool. It seemed very appropriate.” Also: “People just don’t walk around every day saying passion bucket.

No they don’t Kobe. But they will soon.

Neuheisel thought of it. Patrick tried his best to make it stick. And Kobe is the first big-name athlete to use the phrase. It’s not going away now. You can’t stop “passion bucket”, you can only hope to contain it.

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4 Responses to “Kobe on “Passion Bucket””

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