KB+KG=DOMINATION wrote:Lakers8899 wrote:Cody wrote:Lakers8899 wrote:Cody wrote:Lakers8899 wrote:You don't even understand what rhythm is and you say I haven't played/watched a game? Any superstar that could shoot the fadeaway could have made the shot that Kobe made. There wasn't even an attempt to soft-double him.
Okay, have you played competitive basketball before?
I said that your argument for rhythm can be used for ANY player and most game-winning shots... and you come back with this? The fact is, most players would have missed that shot.
Why would you double Kobe Bryant at the top of the trey, when all that would do is leave someone WIDE OPEN.... that is, with SIX SECONDS left in the game.
Let me help you, six seconds is more than enough time that, if you double Kobe Bean Bryant, you've got someone WIDE OPEN. That means no one is guarding the person and he is WIDE OPEN and will more than likely nail the shot. Because no one would be guarding that person.
If you've actually watched a basketball game, you'd know that a well-timed double doesn't necessarily leave someone wide open.
You seriously think that they could have doubled Kobe Bryant without leaving someone wide open? Especially with 10-6 seconds left?
What's your argument anyway? That anyway could make a game-winning shot like Kobe Bryant because he had rhythm, spacing and shot over Jkidd. Well, anyone that can shoot a fadeaway? He didn't even fade that much on his shot.
I'm saying that it's not going to be that easy in a real game. In a real game, first they'll try hard to deny him the ball. If he does catch it, it'll likely be to the side where he'll have a lot less options. If he does get into that position, most likely, they'll help just right he looks like he was about to shoot, unless Prince was playing perfect defense, which he was not.
first off in a real game what about 2004 two clutch shots against the portland trailblazers basically some of the most difficult shots ive ever seen 2006 against pheonix game four over shawn marion and raja bell two of the best defenders in the NBA.
and if any player knew how to fadeaway they could make that shot. are you crazy go outside shoot ten fadeaways from 19 feet come back and honestly tell me how many you make. the fadeaway is the most difficult shot in basketball and kobe mastered it.
people say its just an exhibition game? lets watch the all star game next year to see if lebron bust his a$$ to go the other way and block a shot lets see if they acttually try to rip the ball out of each others hands. they took this game seriously maybe not like a regular season but it was far from exhibition.
Those are still, even to this day, the most amazing game winning shots I have ever seen. How in blue hells that he made that shot, especially considering that the game was on the line, BOTH SHOTS... anyways, amazing.
I'm not even sure why I bothered to type that. But it's true though:(