Los Angeles Laker Kobe Bryant told ESPN Saturday that he has no real rivalry with a player currently in the NBA - and really hasn't had any in his 16-year pro career.
Though his team faces Miami on Sunday (3-0 against L.A. since LeBron James' decision to take his talents to South Florida), Bryant doesn't consider the Heat star a true rival.
"Not for me," he said. "I get up for everybody just the same, to be honest."
Dwyane Wade doesn't qualify, despite the hard foul he delivered during last week's All-Star Game that gave Bryant a concussion, a broken nose, and neck spasms, and put him in a plastic mask to play.