Kobe Bryant -- 'Because of me, the new generation is inspired to work harder'

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 5 years ago '11        #21
Kadillac87 225 heat pts225
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 Budala said:

Look up when your posts hit the page before edit, you still got the fastest response f*ggot


I fathered your style with 'my son' jokes, now quickly go make another thread asking Kobe heads not to enter my hate threads and put me on ignore.

Just to end up being the first one to come back into them. Thats a good bi*ch


I failed you in math too, my son. Forgive me for my failures. I'll let you figure it out. I only hope you can get it right this time.

 5 years ago '07        #22
Bkjj11 3545 heat pts3545
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 Budala said:
24,107 posts, it's time to log off.


Is the grammar good on that one?
He's making sure he types correctly
 5 years ago '04        #23
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 Kadillac87 said:
I failed you in math too, my son. Forgive me for my failures. I'll let you figure it out. I only hope you can get it right this time.

Math good enough to tell me you have responded in the shortest amount of time to my post


Those Apple vs Android threads got this geek thinking he can hold his own in BXSC
 5 years ago '09        #24
The Bully 350 heat pts350
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 Bkjj11 said:
Budala incorrect grammar tryna be fast to post about Kobe.
this n*gga literally just hit the 23,000 post mark like last week...he's already up to 24,000+

you trying to break some kind of posting record dude?

slow the fu*k down son
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it's saturday, put all of the energy that you put into posting on boxden into meeting girls in real life. getting pus*y is fun, i promise you'll like it
 12-01-2012, 11:42 AM         #25
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 5 years ago '04        #26
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 Bkjj11 said:
He's making sure he types correctly
At least I'm sure with something

You sure didn't log off after an account bet, lame virgin.
 5 years ago '07        #27
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 The Bully said:
this n*gga literally just hit the 23,000 post mark like last week...he's already up to 24,000+

you trying to break some kind of posting record dude?

slow the fu*k down son
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it's saturday, put all of the energy that you put into posting on boxden into meeting girls in real life. getting pus*y is fun, i promise you'll like it
Comin from the dude who posts in Kobe threads at 3 in the morning
 5 years ago '04        #28
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Why Kobe Bryant inspires me...
By John Celestand

Nov. 10, 2005

In the fall of 1996, my roommate at Villanova, Howard Brown, and I shared a laugh. A skinny bald-headed high school kid, who was a star at the school around the corner, sat in our locker room and told us he probably wouldn’t come to Villanova. The “cocky” kid told us he would probably just skip college altogether. Instead, he would just go straight to the NBA.

We laughed that night back in our dormitory. We took turns asking each other, “Who does this kid think he is? What is he smoking?” We even tuned in the television to laugh at the kid as he gave a lackluster performance in the McDonald’s All-American game later that winter.

That kid was Kobe Bryant and now I wonder what the hell were we laughing at.

Maybe we were laughing at the fact he would play his high school playoff games in our gym and sell it out -- when sometimes we couldn’t. Maybe we were laughing at the fact he would show up on our campus at the parties we threw -- and some people thought he was the host.

One thing is for sure: Kobe Bryant believed he was Superman. He believed he could accomplish anything. This is the basic belief of many successful professional athletes. The great ones, however, seem to have a deeper and profound belief in themselves. A belief that can propel them to higher elevations that other surrounding believers never reach.

I would join the “kid” on the Lakers in 1999 when I was drafted as the No. 30 overall pick by the organization. I had followed Kobe on television for three years prior to joining the team. But TV could not illustrate how Kobe made himself. Only viewing him in person, right there in the practice facility in El Segundo, could a person get an accurate gauge. There was a reason for his greatness. There was a reason for his c*ckiness. Kobe prepared, he worked, he prepared and he worked again.

The first time I began to understand why he was the best was in the pre-season. In a game against the Wizards, Kobe broke the wrist on his shooting hand. He was always the first person to practice every day, arriving at least an hour and a half early. This would infuriate me because I wanted to be the first person to practice, just as I had always been at Villanova and Piscataway High in New Jersey. To add insult to injury, I lived only 10 minutes from the practice facility -- while Kobe was at least 35 minutes away.

I am ashamed to say that I was excited the day after his injury because I knew that there was no way that No. 8 (as former Laker point guard Tyronn Lue called him) would be the first to practice, if he would even be there at all.

As I walked through the training room, I became stricken with fear when I heard a ball bouncing. No, no, it couldn’t be! Yes it could. Kobe was already in a full sweat with a cast on his right arm and dribbling and shooting with his left.

As the next couple of days of practice passed, I would glance over as Phil Jackson was talking and see Kobe on the side going full speed and pulling up with his left. He was a conducting an all-out practice with himself. Lakers trainer Gary Viti, had to come in and tell Kobe to take a rest. But when Viti left, Kobe was at it again.

One day I was shooting on a side basket -- on the court that Kobe had made his own practice spot. He challenged me.

“Cele, let’s shoot," he said. "Wanna play H-O-R-S-E?”

I laughed at him. I was actually insulted that he would challenge me, a pro, to a game of horse with his left hand. After he insisted, I figured I would just whip him and prove to him that he wasn’t Superman. He couldn’t do everything.

He made shot after shot after shot. I was beginning to feel more pressure as I got each letter. First H, then O, then R, then S. I couldn’t let this man beat me with a broken shooting hand. My gosh, he was shooting threes with his left. I finally made a deep three and the stars aligned and Kobe missed. I had escaped the most embarrassing moment of my basketball life. When he missed he was infuriated.

“Come on Cele, let’s play again,” Kobe insisted

He really thought he could win and he almost did. He really thought he was Superman. He really thought I would put myself in another situation to lose all of my dignity. I laughed at him again

“Maybe later,” I replied.

When Kobe's wrist healed and he came back during the regular season, he again proved to me that he believed he could do anything. During his first game back, Kobe drove left and pulled up for a jumper. It was an airball. He shot it with his left. The result didn’t matter. The fact he attempted the shot astounded me. In an NBA game in front of thousands, the man shot a left-handed jumper. He believed it would go in. He really believed.

Today, five years later, nothing I see from or about No. 8 surprises me. It didn’t surprise me that he thought he could win without Shaquille O'Neal. It didn’t surprise me that he didn’t succeed. It won’t surprise if he comes back and succeeds this year. It didn’t surprise me that he could go to Colorado, sit in court, fly to Denver and drop game-winning shot all on the same day. It doesn’t surprise me that Kobe is averaging 36.5 points per game. It won’t surprise me if he leads the league in scoring.

I called my old roommate, Howard Brown, long distance over in Spain where he is playing professionally. We talked about life, we talked about old times. We talked about Kobe leading the league in scoring.

We both agreed Kobe’s game is no joke and we ain’t laughing no more.

Thank you shooting god for saving us from generations of future Iversons
 5 years ago '04        #29
Budala 418 heat pts418 OP
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 Bkjj11 said:
Comin from the dude who posts in Kobe threads at 3 in the morning
24k

Apparently you post in every thread.....every time.
 5 years ago '09        #30
The Bully 350 heat pts350
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 Bkjj11 said:
Comin from the dude who posts in Kobe threads at 3 in the morning
24,111

keep em coming

you'll be at 30,000 posts in no time

maybe you can use it as a pickup line for when you finally decide to log off and talk to females

"hey baby, i don't know if you know this but uh....i've got the most posts on boxden.com. You fu*king with a winner."
 5 years ago '07        #31
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 Budala said:
At least I'm sure with something

You sure didn't log off after an account bet, lame virgin.
Surely bruh, you surely did not, not you sure did not

someone gotta teach these dumb kids that check out 50 cent body for tattoos
 5 years ago '07        #32
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 The Bully said:
24,111

keep em coming

you'll be at 30,000 posts in no time

maybe you can use it as a pickup line for when you finally decide to log off and talk to females

"hey baby, i don't know if you know this but uh....i've got the most posts on boxden.com. You fu*king with a winner."
captain save a n*gga
 5 years ago '12        #33
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INspired to work hard to shoot over 47% in their careers.
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ThePainkiller 347 heat pts347
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Budala-Bully-Painkiller

Has a nice ring to it
 5 years ago '07        #35
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 ThePainkiller said:
INspired to work hard to shoot over 47% in their careers.
 5 years ago '09        #36
The Bully 350 heat pts350
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 ThePainkiller said:
Budala-Bully-Painkiller

Has a nice ring to it
 5 years ago '04        #37
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 Bkjj11 said:
Surely bruh, you surely did not, not you sure did not

someone gotta teach these dumb kids that check out 50 cent body for tattoos
Speaking of teaching....

Look up in your top right corner... there is a text that says "Log Out", it is just below your PM box link.


Here is an example:


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you should use it sometimes...


Last edited by Budala; 12-01-2012 at 12:09 PM..
 5 years ago '11        #38
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I don't know why Budala is posting so much without cleaning his room. You know the rules son. I don't want to take have to take away your Kobe figurines again. Take out the trash while you're at it.
 5 years ago '11        #39
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 Budala said:
Speaking of teaching....

Look up in your top right corner... there is a text that says "Log Out", it is just below your PM box link.


Here is an example:

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use it sometimes...
Whoa, bro, why u PMin so much. 183 messages?
 5 years ago '04        #40
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 Kadillac87 said:
I don't know why Budala is posting so much without cleaning his room. You know the rules son. I don't want to take have to take away your Kobe figurines again. Take out the trash while you're at it.
Quit stuttering like a shook bi*ch
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