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Old 11-12-2012, 09:02 PM   #33
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Default Re: How does Kobe's legacy change by winning a 6th or 7th ring in an "unwinnable" system?

Originally Posted by poido123
Dude, your sounding like a Kobe stan. Why won't you just accept that Kobe isn't needed like he has been for the last decade? Times change, personnel change, systems change. They have to co-exist, but that can only be done by Nash dominating the ball, that's what your failing to understand. Kobe also won't be the focus on offense, Howard and Gasol will be, with the kickouts and jumpers going to the shooters, which will be the likes of Meeks, Jamison, Blake and Kobe. Get used to it.

We'll see but I think that's naive. But once he scores like 25 points it probably doesn't matter much to him.

All in all I wouldn't mind if I'm a Laker fan Kobe will get some rest, be ready for the playoffs where this particular method is not going to have the same degree of success

If he doesnt get to post up D Antoni should get fired it when Nash is out or something, but just do it.

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