Kobe's making headlines again. No he did not drop the memorabilia case with his mom.
The Los Angeles Times is reporting that Lee Searing's two-year-old horse called Kobe's Back won a horse race. Searing gave his horse the name after Kobe's injury back in April. Kobe's Back took first place at Hollywood's Willard Proctor Memorial horse race. The earning he received was $100,000. This is nothing compared to Kobe Bryant which made $27,849,149 this season.