Sneed hears Bryant may be purchasing basketball legend Michael Jordan's massive home in Highland Park. The real estate rumor mill is grinding out grist that could add more credence to the word the L.A. Lakers superstar may wind up playing in Chicago.Make what you will of that. Jordan's house isn't even for sale, but hey, if someone heard it, it must be true. What makes this post-worthy is the idea of Kobe going that far to imitate MJ, something he's frequently been accused of in the past. That wouldn't really make him that much different from any other baller of his generation, except he gets close enough for it to matter.
Jordan reportedly still owns his marital home in Highland Park, although he and wife Juanita have since divorced and their sons are at school elsewhere. Stay tuned.
(Hat tip: Brooks)