wcsoldier81 wrote:John3:16 wrote:therealdeal wrote:I thought the game Sunday was really fun to watch between these two. Kobe showed some offensive prowess, but it was really clear who the best player in the NBA was.
LeBron, right now, is on a whole 'nother level.
Well Lebron is playing his 10th , Kobe his 17th ... I don't think it's "sad" , it's just normal ...
Kobe has a case of being the 3rd best player in the league in his 17th season (definetely top 5) is AMAZING and maybe unprecedented ( only Kareem ... maybe , I didn't witness this era so can't tell)
Very true. Lebron is playing great. He has even found that Jumper that I was positive he would never find but I wouldn't be sad that Kobe may finally have taken a step back in the "best in game" race. That being said, I think we would all be foolish to think that if Kobe wanted to take over the game he could. I think we mis-interpret the kobe "Iso" as its just trying to get him going. I think its Kobe still sticking with the plan but teammates have to move without the ball. In the end, at his 17th season the sports media still has to try and descredit what he does to make others look better. That says a lot in my book.