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Old 06-18-2009, 07:21 PM   #16
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Old 06-18-2009, 07:21 PM   #17
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You would have a point, If Shaq was playing in the game and If a Celtics players torched him, because not only did Iverson suck shooting wise he also got torched by Marbury.
Seriously, you are in love with Kobe, just admit it.
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Old 06-18-2009, 07:21 PM   #18
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quick somebody scan all the chuckers from 2002 to present for a 47+ rep night

let's see how common it is

His team wasn't helping, so Kobe was forced to take a lot of shots. Would have been 17/39 or 44% if you don't include the 3-pointers.

Ray Allen has shot much worse in the playoffs, but nobody ever slams him for going 1/11 from beyond the arc for multiple games in a row.
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Old 06-18-2009, 07:21 PM   #19
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dude shooters miss 30 shots like every other night


duhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh says the laker av
Yeah, I know. Talk about not giving a crap. Kobe just kept jacking bricks up there.
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Old 06-18-2009, 07:22 PM   #20
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His team wasn't helping, so Kobe was forced to take a lot of shots. Would have been 17/39 or 44% if you don't include the 3-pointers.

Ray Allen has shot much worse in the playoffs, but nobody ever slams him for going 1/11 from beyond the arc for multiple games in a row.
Quit making excuses and show me a game where Ray Allen, Allen Iverson or LeBron James missed 30 freaking shots. Go ahead, I'll check back later to see what game you came up with.
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Old 06-18-2009, 07:23 PM   #21
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only 47 shots? he couldnt get to 50 huh

MJ could have taken 50 shots, which is why Kobe will never be as good.
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Old 06-18-2009, 07:23 PM   #22
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Seriously, you are in love with Kobe, just admit it.
Kobe is my favorite player today, but I am not delusional either. It's a clear cut FACT that Michael Jordan is the greatest player to ever play the game. But there is no way you can diminish Kobe's accomplishments either and he has earned his name in the Top 10, even if he isn't Top 10. He's still Top 15 which is a pretty damn good accomplishment.
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Old 06-18-2009, 07:23 PM   #23
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Kevin Martin = goat. 20 points, 1 FG.
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Old 06-18-2009, 07:24 PM   #24
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His team wasn't helping, so Kobe was forced to take a lot of shots. Would have been 17/39 or 44% if you don't include the 3-pointers.

Ray Allen has shot much worse in the playoffs, but nobody ever slams him for going 1/11 from beyond the arc for multiple games in a row.


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he chucked...that's a disaster of a game
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Old 06-18-2009, 07:24 PM   #25
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i guess he should have passed to samaki walker more.

good job idiots. keep up the good work
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Old 06-18-2009, 07:25 PM   #26
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Default Re: November 7, 2002 = the worst shooting performance in NBA history!

Does anybody else realize that only 2 of those players other than Kobe still play in the NBA.

The rest are out of the league.

If Kobe didnt take 47 shots, they lose by 50 guranteed.
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Old 06-18-2009, 07:25 PM   #27
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Yikes. FG% .111. That's just embarrassing.
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Old 06-18-2009, 07:25 PM   #28
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I don't get it. It was a bad shooting night. So what?

If you're going to harp on Kobe taking 47 shots, you might want to take a look at who's playing with him: Horry, Samaki Walker(LOL), Deevan FREAKING George, and Fisher.

Man, where would the Lakers be if Memphis didn't give them Gasol for free?
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Old 06-18-2009, 07:26 PM   #29
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Old 06-18-2009, 07:26 PM   #30
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MJ could have taken 50 shots, which is why Kobe will never be as good.
That makes a lot of sense. Let's do a real Kobe vs MJ comparison here....

These stats were current as of the beginning of the 07-08 season, I will update them in the next week or so:

*Includes games they each started in only
Games with under 50% shooting
Michael Jordan: 466 (43% of games)
Kobe Bryant: 489 (62% of games)

Games with under 48% shooting
Michael Jordan: 437 (41% of games)
Kobe Bryant: 470 (60% of games)

Games with under 46% shooting
Michael Jordan: 360 (33% of games)
Kobe Bryant: 417 (53% of games)

Games with under 44% shooting
Michael Jordan: 288 (1 out of every 4 games)
Kobe Bryant: 353 (1 out of every 2 games)

Games with under 42% shooting
Michael Jordan: 228 (1 out of every 5 games)
Kobe Bryant: 307 (2 out of every 5 games)

Games with under 40% shooting
Michael Jordan: 154 (1 out of every 7 games)
Kobe Bryant: 246 (1 out of every 3 games)

Games with under 35% shooting
Michael Jordan: 85 (8 out of every 100 games)
Kobe Bryant: 156 (20 out of every 100 games)

Games with under 30% shooting
Michael Jordan: 39 (1 out of every 28 games)
Kobe Bryant: 81 (1 out of every 10 games)

Games with 70% or better shooting
Michael "Air" Jordan: 23 (1 out of every 45 games)
Kobe "Bean" Bryant: 5 (1 out of every 160 games)

Games with 60% or better shooting
Michael "Air" Jordan: 160 (1 out of every 7 games)
Kobe "Bean" Bryant: 53 (1 out of every 15 games)

Games with 50% or better shooting
Michael "Air" Jordan: 504 (1 out of every 2 games)
Kobe "Bean" Bryant: 203 (1 out of every 4 games)

Games with 20 shots made on 60% or better shooting
MJ: 15
Kobe: 3

Games with 15 shots made on 60% or better shooting
MJ: 77
Kobe: 17

Games with 15 shots made on 50% or better shooting
MJ: 174
Kobe: 45

Games with 50 points & less than 10 free throw attempts
MJ: 3
Kobe: 0

Games with 40 points & less than 10 free throw attempts
MJ: 27
Kobe: 15

40 point games with less than 5 three point attempts
MJ: 156 (9 out of 10 40 pt games)
Kobe: 26 (3 out of 10 40 pt games)

Games with 40 points and under 50% shooting
MJ: 27 (16% of his 40 pt games)
Kobe: 40 (47% of his 40 pt games)

Games with 40 points and under 45% shooting
MJ: 13 (8% of his 40 pt games)
Kobe: 18 (21% of his 40 pt games)

Games with 40 points and under 40% shooting
MJ: 2 (1% of his 40 pt games)
Kobe: 7 (8% of his 40 pt games)
Yes, that's right, almost half of Kobe's 40 point games involved missing more shots than made ones.

50 point games with under 50% shooting
Michael Jordan: 1 of his 31 games (15-31, 48%)
Kobe Bryant: 6 of his 21 games

50 point games with under 45% shooting
Michael Jordan: 0
Kobe Bryant: 3



You really want to go there Kobe fan?

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