All I know is, had LeBron hit 3 ridiculous 3's in a row to send a game to overtime, then finish the game off with a dunk, he would have been declared the greatest player of all time right then and there by ESPN. For Kobe, it's just another one of those special games, we've seen it before, Portland with 65, Portland to clinch the Pacific Division title during the Shaq days, Kobe's just that good. But man, all 3 of those threes were ridiculous, one double pump, defender all over him, the next one spinning and falling away in the corner, the last one pump faking a guy out of his shoes, but still having the next guy coming right at him. Again, if that were LeBron, we wouldn't hear or see the end of it for a week. That, is what this thread is about, venting about ESPN's clear bias and to me how sad it is when a great like Kobe isn't fully celebrated/appreciated during his time.