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    Default Re: Why is Kobes legacy aging like fine wine?

    As a Lebron and Kobe fan, I cannot deny that literally all of their peers always side with Kobe over Lebron...it's always the fans that try so hard to put Lebron over the man.


    It is what it is, I respect em both and am proud to have them wear the Lakers jersey.

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    What a time

    Kobe the most skilled, charismatic and handsome man to ever play the game living rent free forever in the haters heads

    5/7. Like a boss

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    Cover of 2k10 for just winning another ring, and Cover of 2k17 after scoring 60 points in his last game . Even had his own phucking video game in 1998, after his 2nd damn season

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    Default Re: Why is Kobes legacy aging like fine wine?

    Quote Originally Posted by Manny98
    Kobe stans are so retarded and delusional it's actually quite funny

    You do realize Mr. Jabbar continues to root for the Lakers and the great Lebron James, right?


    We don't hate Lebron. He's our guy, he's a Laker and will be for life. All the respect to one of the best to ever play the game....but we are not going to pretend that Kobe wasn't a notch above just cause the King is leading the team atm.


    Respect to both Legends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bosnian Sajo
    You do realize Mr. Jabbar continues to root for the Lakers and the great Lebron James, right?


    We don't hate Lebron. He's our guy, he's a Laker and will be for life. All the respect to one of the best to ever play the game....but we are not going to pretend that Kobe wasn't a notch above just cause the King is leading the team atm.


    Respect to both Legends.
    Yea Lebron has a lot to prove to even be a better laker. He's just a rich man's pippen with no killer instinct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Real14
    Yea Lebron has a lot to prove to even be a better laker. He's just a rich man's pippen with no killer instinct.
    Didn't say any of that.

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    Default Re: Why is Kobes legacy aging like fine wine?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bosnian Sajo
    Didn't say any of that.
    I know I'm just saying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bosnian Sajo
    Didn't say any of that.

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    its pretty obvious kobe is the true 2nd greatest player of all time when every single time theres a lebron/MJ discussion on fox/nba tv/espn or somewhere else and the people have to say "isn't kobe being slighted/passed over here"


    i've heard this line a million times. nobody ever says "isn't russell or duncan or shaq or magic or bird or kareem or wilt being slighted/passed over"


    nope... they only bring up kobe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Jabbar
    And why does the NBA connoisseur always picks Kobe over lebron?

    Is it the hard-earned FIVE western rings?
    Is it the loyalty to a team?
    Is it despising collusion to the point of getting rid of another atg?
    Is it the fact refs and league never made rules to favor him?
    Is it his strong foundation when put under the eye-test and context lens?

    IMO its a combination of all of them.


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    Only if KB24 never tore that achilles tendon. Maybe he's consider that comeback. I know that he could still ball, physical therapy on that injury would put him on the court for at least 15 minutes a game.

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    Kobe ages more like milk, to be honest.


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    Default Re: Why is Kobes legacy aging like fine wine?

    Appreciate Kobe guys...

    I don't want this thread to become Winebe vs LeVinegar

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    Default Re: Why is Kobes legacy aging like fine wine?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Jabbar
    Appreciate Kobe guys...

    I don't want this thread to become Winebe vs LeVinegar
    Facts!

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