Nowadays, a lot of athletes refer to having a "Mamba Mentality" as a tribute to the late Kobe Bryant.

During his 20-year NBA career, the former Los Angeles Lakers player invented the infamous mindset.

Warriors general manager Bob Myers takes issue with people using the slogan informally.

For Bryant, it was more than just a line; it was a way of life.

When people say that, it bothers me and I'm like, I don't pretend like I do that, but I'm like.

Not many guys want to take your will," Myers added. "A lot of guys want to beat you.

Bryant, according to Myers, was different from other who have a similar philosophy about defeating their opponent.

He claimed that the former Lakers guard intended to seize the will of the opponent.

Myers' opinion may change if Jonathan Kuminga, can use the line from Bryant.