Warriors or Kobe? Who are the 49ers players cheering for tonight?

Apr 13, 2016 at 9:25 PM--


The Golden State Warriors are attacking history tonight as Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant plays his final game before calling it quits.

Who are San Francisco 49ers players watching tonight and cheering for? Below are some tweets from Niners leading up to and during the games, which are airing simultaneously on ESPN and ESPN2. A majority of players seem to have to have their eyes on Bryant's swan song in Los Angeles, but there are some going between the two games and keeping an eye on the Warriors.












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