kray28 wrote:TIME wrote:viktorkain wrote:
He is also however the biggest detriment to his teams chemistry and he has never learned one thing that MJ did. How to make his team mates better. This is by no means a Kobe rant my station is entirely to high to rant on a player on my favorite team but I will point out facts... Like the fact you obviously are overlooking... Yes Kobe shot us out of a hole in the clippers game. He shot us out of the same Hole he shot us into. Facts First good sir.
You can insist it's not a Kobe rant, but if it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck...
So, Kobe has never learned how to make his teammates better? And you are calling for others to learn how basketball works before commenting? Kobe has always made his teammates better. It's one of the biggest Kobe myths people continue to parrot. Here's a name for example: Smush Parker. Compare Smush's career playing next to Kobe vs. playing next to anyone else.
I'm also curious what you mean by "my station is entirely too high".TIME wrote:kray28 wrote:
kray, viktorkain did bait you with his comment, but he is new to the forum while you are a longtime member. You know this post of yours is a violation of site rules.
I did not consider Saying someone should learn how basketball works as a bait if it was taken as such then I apologize. Seeing as we all know how basketball works if you are playing at the top of the key and have two defenders on you this would in turn mean that someone is open, Correct? Would it not be prudent and in the best interest of the team to get the ball to the person who has an unobstructed view of the basket? I will not address Kobe Bryant because I really do not want to take the time to defend being a Laker fan and having an opinion of Kobe Bryant that is Unbiased.I have been a Laker fan since the Mid 70's well before Mr Bryant was Born much less on the team. There seem to be two distinct types of Laker fans.
@Time, then it is a duck I see your point and you are correct. As per the My Station Comment, Simply Stating that due to my life circumstances I do not have the time to "Rant" on the best player in the game seeing as I cannot sway his game play or decisions in the slightest therefore it would be a waste of my time and energy when I could be eating this delicious red velvet cheesecake.
Side Note seeing as I am new here. I am Overly critical and analytical its a character flaw. I watch my kids games 10+ times before coming up with a gameplan and I watch every lakers and orlando game about 6 times before breaking it down I run a lot of Orlando's Offense seeing as we have one of the bigger kids in the district playing center,We also have 2 really good perimeter guys.