When I first played with Kobe — they call him the Black Mamba — but then he was doing like a little snake sound when he wanted the ball. It was crazy. It was crazy. It’s like tsssss, tsssss. Like fishing. Tsssss, tssss. He do that. Everybody tells you he’s gonna do it before you play him — like, ‘Wait till you hear him do this.’ And then he [does] it, and it’s like, what? He’s really a mamba. It sounds like some kind of snake.
— Jordan Crawford, confirming that Kobe Bryant does indeed communicate in Parseltongue.
Jordan Crawford blocks a shot, spins past a defender and drops a pass between his legs Andray Blatche dunk.
Crawford has been amazing since arriving in Washington, averaging 18.2 points, 3.7 assists and 3.3 rebounds in the month of March including a 39-ponit outing vs. Miami and a 21-10-11 triple double vs. the Cavs.