Posts under Tag: Kobe Bryant
Kobe Bryant, The Cancer

Yes he’s a future hall-of-famer. And yes, he is arguably the best player to have ever played in the NBA; some analysts place Kobe Bryant above Michael Jordan on the list of the NBA’s greatest players of all time. Questioning Bryant’s talent and accomplishments is ignorant; numbers never lie. His capabilities shouldn’t be the Laker’s concern, but the effects his presence has [&hellip

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5 Reasons Why Dwight Howard Trade Is An Upgrade Over Andrew Bynum

On Thursday night, Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak pulled out his batters helmet and helmet to cap off a home run summer with a grand slam deal by exchanging Dwight Howard for Andrew Bynum without giving up Pau Gasol. In a historical context, his haul is only the fourth time in NBA history that a franchise added two players with [&hellip

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Why Team USA Could Beat The Dream Team

Nobody knows when it began but Kobe Bryant has seemingly sought to eclipse Michael Jordan before he was even an 18-year-old NBA rookie. His next championship would be his sixth, like Jordan, and his next gold medal would give him two, like Jordan. He even grew a goatee similar to the one worn on Jordan’s face during the ’92 Olympic [&hellip

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What Can Brown Do For LA?

Mike Brown may have been trampled on by Lebron James in Cleveland but somehow, the coach perceived as a bumbling pawn who rode King James’ coattails has landed on his feet with the most successful franchise of the decade. I know that’s not a ringing endorsement but by hiring Brown, the Lakers are attempting to salvage their dynasty by doing [&hellip

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