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#81 Real Deal

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Posted April 03, 2009 - 10:06 PM

Don't worry, when Bynum comes back, he won't be shooting as much anyways. Bynum's presence will force Kobe to play MVP ball like the way he played tonight.

Ah, really?

Because before Bynum went out, Kobe shot 20.3 FGA per game. Pretty crazy.

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Posted April 03, 2009 - 10:10 PM

I like Kobe Bryant when he set up Shaq, and waited for his turn towards the ends of games. I like Kobe early this season when he was scoring 24 a game, but getting everybody involved. I hate Kobe when he becomes a chucker, and starts chucking up an unbelievably dumb shot selection. You have a big man, feed him, and let him do his job. Get your shots within the system.

Ah, so you want him to take 20 shots a game, still? Because that's what he did in LA's third championship season (19.9 FGA per game), while Shaq was shooting less than Bryant.

How about in 2001, when Kobe averaged 22.2 FGA per game? Shaq averaged 19.2. We won our second championship that year.

You're done.

#83 king_kobe

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Posted April 03, 2009 - 10:11 PM

We're pretty damn good. Look at tonight. Kobe trusted his teammates against a top defensive team. What happened? Kobe got better looking shots, and made most of them.

That's the key to Laker success is trust.

Yeah he is :)

But when he realize and Phil realize that his team mates arent knocking the shots down. He should take over the games in the 3rd and 4th :D

Ah, so you want him to take 20 shots a game, still? Because that's what he did in LA's third championship season (19.9 FGA per game), while Shaq was shooting less than Bryant.

How about in 2001, when Kobe averaged 22.2 FGA per game? Shaq averaged 19.2. We won our second championship that year.

You're done.

You know your facts boss :dance1:

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Posted April 03, 2009 - 10:14 PM

Ah, so you want him to take 20 shots a game, still? Because that's what he did in LA's third championship season (19.9 FGA per game), while Shaq was shooting less than Bryant.

How about in 2001, when Kobe averaged 22.2 FGA per game? Shaq averaged 19.2. We won our second championship that year.

You're done.


He fed Shaq the ball, and got his shots in the end of the game when he was open. In essence, his teammates were involved during the majority of the game.

And again, Shaq was the head honcho then. So Kobe could miss all the shots he wanted, you still have Shaq to dump it down low when in trouble.

Ah, really?

Because before Bynum went out, Kobe shot 20.3 FGA per game. Pretty crazy.


Far from the 23-24 range he's been doing this time. And with forcing things up much less might I add.
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Posted April 03, 2009 - 10:23 PM

He fed Shaq the ball, and got his shots in the end of the game when he was open. In essence, his teammates were involved during the majority of the game.

And again, Shaq was the head honcho then. So Kobe could miss all the shots he wanted, you still have Shaq to dump it down low when in trouble.

He still got 20+ shots a game. You should have a problem with it. Don't dodge the point of this topic.

Far from the 23-24 range he's been doing this time. And with forcing things up much less might I add.

23.1 FGA per game since Bynum went out (20 with him in).

And Gasol's increased as well, by two shots.

11.9 FGA with Bynum, 13.96 without him.

Don't complain. It's going to happen.

Just waiting for you to go to bed or something. The discussion was over on page one.

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Posted April 04, 2009 - 12:37 AM

Good god lakerfool.

Nice not-so-hidden jab at Kobe.

The guy passes all the dang time. At some point you've got to get over your bitterness at the guy and admit that he's a damn good player and a decent guy.

You and Shaq are the princes of grudge holding. Let it go, move on.

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Posted April 04, 2009 - 12:47 AM

Good god lakerfool.

Nice not-so-hidden jab at Kobe.

The guy passes all the dang time. At some point you've got to get over your bitterness at the guy and admit that he's a damn good player and a decent guy.

You and Shaq are the princes of grudge holding. Let it go, move on.


agreed, its been 5 years and people still bring shaq up


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