Lets Go Lakers wrote: puffyusaf#2 wrote:
Lets Go Lakers wrote:Screw Kobe man. I'm sick of this guy. He all but shut the door on the possibility of retaining Dwight. For him to call out another teammate's injury like that and almost force him to play? Come on.
Boy, how I have missed your insights and wisdom.
Can't forget how you complain about the refs almost after every loss. Comical stuff indeed. Always the refs fault.
Really? It is weird. When I point out calls that were costly I back them up with fact based on momentum shifts. You have the right to disagree with the idea that officiating cost game (I am sure that no call on the 49ers for pass inteference didn't cost them the superbowl but eh) but I do on occassion. Of course, I choose not to show my lack of bball IQ by blaiming the guy who is playing out of his mind to keep this team afloat because of my deep rooted hate for him. I rather blame the officials and be right than blame a player and be nothing more than a hater.
Anyone, who could find fault with Kobe last night has painted their "agenda" in bright red all over CL. Yes, comical stuff indeed. I do have a question though... You stated....
Kobe doesn't know squat about Dwight's shoulder and had no right to comment about it. Behind closed doors and one-on-one?
You lost me here... Can Kobe say something about Dwight or not? I mean if he has no right to comment then wouldn't that be both in front of doors and behind closed ones too? More importantly, how did he all but ensure Dwight wasn't coming back? Because Kobe said that Dwight has never had to play through an injury and he has to learn how too? I'm sure even you Kobe hate can see that it was a true statement. Then again, you quest to prove Kobe is infact the devil may have blinded you to seeing the truth. In any case, please carry on with your quest I, for one, find it amazing.