JLaker17 wrote:We need to start getting the bigs the ball more, or else we will see a lot of Kobe 40 pts and us losing.
Point 1)Shaq is a Top 5 center of all time and arguably a top 10 player and also arguably the most dominant player of all time. He averaged 16 FGA a game. Bynum had 13 FGA which is only 3 less than a top five center's career average. So to say Bynum didn't get a lot of shot attempts is not only silly but also stupid.
Gasol had 17 shot attempts, one more than a top five center's average, and only one less than last year's scoring leader(Durant who is his team's FIRST option). Saying that Gasol didn't get enough shots is not only stupid but also completely idiotic.
Point 2) Bynum got THAT many shot attempts while having a Top 5 PF(Gasol) on his team and while having having a player who averages 31 points a game(Kobe) which strengthens point 1, even though point 1 didn't need any more support. Gasol had THAT many shot attempts while having a Top 2 center in the game(Bynum) and while having having a player who averages 31 points a game(Kobe) which also strengthens point 1, even though point 1 didn't need any more support.
Point 1+2) To say that Kobe's game didn't allow to give Bynum and Gasol enough shots is not only silly and stupid and completely idiotic but also should take away your posting capabilities when you post something concerning anything about basketball(especially when who are trying to marginalize through hating a player who shot 50%, scored 42 points, has 7 rebounds, 4 assists, 2 steals and 1 block, and only had 2 turnovers while playing a team high 44 minutes with a torn ligament on his shooting hand).
Point 3) Bynum shot under 50%, while Gasol shot 41% off of 17 shots. So to say that the leading scorer(KOBE), who previously has 3 back to back 40 point games and who has five rings and who is currently the highest scorer in the league with 31 points a game and also has the most career points currently in the league, should take less shots so that others on his team can shoot more is moronic and strengthens point1+2, even though point 1+2 didn't need any more support.
^^The type of ownage that you just read in the analysis above can be made for every single excuse to hate on Kobe, but it does not make sense to address the nonsense because a new excuse to hate on Kobe's basketball utter amazingness is forced after every game. Plus no need for others to own the blatant and pettily forced haters because Kobe is doing a great job doing that himself.
Btw, not calling you a hater... just used your post as a reason to paste this here.