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#21 last stand 2.0

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Posted January 09, 2009 - 05:05 PM

Didn't Jerry West win a Finals MVP on the losing team?


the only player in history and most likely the only player who will ever

4 titles would be awesome

but in a row which is unlikely but it would be cool to just dominate the league like that every year for 4 years

the fan in me truly wants kobe to get like 6 more or something but the realist in me sees maybe 1 or 2 more possibly 3 unlikely 4
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Posted January 09, 2009 - 05:16 PM

more rings than jordan, two more mvps, dpoy, an 101 point game, a few 20 dimes game, most points in history, most points in a playoff game, most threes hit in a game again, a game with ten + points, dimes, steals, blocks, and boards, and the most consecutive free throws hit
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Posted January 09, 2009 - 05:48 PM

more rings than jordan, two more mvps, dpoy, an 101 point game, a few 20 dimes game, most points in history, most points in a playoff game, most threes hit in a game again, a game with ten + points, dimes, steals, blocks, and boards, and the most consecutive free throws hit


the ones in bold he will NEVER accomlish
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Posted January 09, 2009 - 06:07 PM

you dont think he can break Kareem's record? I think he is maybe the only one b/c i dont think he will physically break down like i suspect Wade and Lebron to do
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Posted January 09, 2009 - 06:21 PM

you dont think he can break Kareem's record? I think he is maybe the only one b/c i dont think he will physically break down like i suspect Wade and Lebron to do



well, he might, youre right i dont wanna say NEVER on that one but he would have to average 20 points a game from now until hes 40 years old which would mean hes played 23 years in the league ... i dont know if his body can handle that and if he can produce that when hes 38-40 years old
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Posted January 09, 2009 - 07:01 PM

well, he might, youre right i dont wanna say NEVER on that one but he would have to average 20 points a game from now until hes 40 years old which would mean hes played 23 years in the league ... i dont know if his body can handle that and if he can produce that when hes 38-40 years old


if hes still scoring 20ppg at 40 he goes down as the greatest scorer in league history

i mean yeah MJ averaged 20ppg at 40 but that was with his 2 year break and after his second retirement

kobe would be playing 23 years straight that would be ludicrous
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Posted January 09, 2009 - 07:02 PM

if hes still scoring 20ppg at 40 he goes down as the greatest scorer in league history

i mean yeah MJ averaged 20ppg at 40 but that was with his 2 year break and after his second retirement

kobe would be playing 23 years straight that would be ludicrous



well thats kinda why i thought he wouldnt be able to do it because its just a very hard thing to do for him but you never know
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Posted January 09, 2009 - 07:05 PM

well thats kinda why i thought he wouldnt be able to do it because its just a very hard thing to do for him but you never know


kobe is the one guy i wouldn't put it past but 23 years straight that would have to be a record in itself
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