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 04-16-2006, 05:53 PM         #81
shonuff12  OP
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 Tempus said:
Think about what you just said. kobe is 27. jordan didnt do nothin till he was like 28.
you're a stupid fu*k..jordan was MVP, defensive player of the year, lead the league in scoring all in his 3rd year in the league, when he was like 24 or 25


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 04-16-2006, 05:58 PM         #82
shonuff12  OP
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and anyone who thinks kobe is playing 10 more years is on drugs...he ain't playing until he's 38, the oldest player in the whole league is like 41 and how do you think kevin willis is doing?
 04-16-2006, 05:59 PM         #83
shonuff12  OP
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 Twelveinchez said:
lmao^^^^

how do you know kobe wouldnt be better if he was playing in jordan's time??? IMO kobe is better than MJ
that's because you are a fu*king moron...let players hand check again and see how kobe does with some dude leaning on his fu*king back..you don't know a fu*king thing about basketball
 04-16-2006, 06:00 PM         #84
shonuff12  OP
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 Young Professa said:
it's just a matter of opinion. we grew up in the jordan era so it's hard to see anyone mentioned in the same breath as mj. but if you really look at it, when kobe finally retires from the game he will be mentioned in the same breath. he may not have as many rings as mike, but his ability to score relentlessly as a perimeter player is on par with him. if you can't see that then you just allowed the legend of mj to grow beyond the player himself.

10 scoring titles....7 in a row...end of discussion..call me me when kobe gets 5 and we can have a debate..until then he ain't sh*t compared to jordan
 04-16-2006, 06:03 PM         #85
gibnshyt  OP
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 Veno da Don said:
Think about what you are saying, he is not lazy he does work his a.ss off on the court....

Now what would that equate to?? Him not being able to keep it up.

You can't compare a Center to a SG, Center's last longer in the league then any other position, and even Shaq is on the decline of his career right now.

Like I said 4 more good years for Kobe maybe 2 weaker seasons after that.

SHAQ IS DEF. KNOWN FOR BEIN LAZY, BUT THATS BESIDE THE POINT, YOU GOT YOUR OPINION, I GOT MINES........KOBE WILL PROVE ONE OF US WRONG IN THE FUTURE, AND I HAVE A GOOD FEELIN IT'S GON BE YOU.....ESPECIALLY IF HE READS THIS,HAHAHA, YOU KNOW HOW HE GET WHEN SOMEBODY SAY HE CANT DO SOMETHIN.....OH YEAH LOOK DOWN
 04-16-2006, 06:04 PM         #86
gibnshyt  OP
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HE'S THE fu*kIN MAN!......READ THAT AND TELL ME WHAT U THINK AFTERWARDS...STILL FEEL THE SAME THEN YOUR OBVIOUSLY...A HATERRRRRRRRR

Kobe Bryant | 8


2005-06
Statistics
PPG 35.3
RPG 5.30
APG 4.5
EFF + 27.64


Position: G
Born: Aug 23, 1978
Height: 6-6 / 1,98
Weight: 220 lbs. / 99,8 kg.
High School : Lower Merion HS (PA)

Career Highlights
Scored 81 points -- second All-Time in NBA History -- against Toronto on Jan. 22, 2006
Selected to the 2004-05 All-NBA Third Team after averaging 27.6 ppg, 6.0 apg
Selected to the 2003-04 All-Defensive First Team
Selected to the 2003-04 All-NBA First Team after averaging 24.0 ppg
Selected to the 2002-03 All-NBA First Team after averaging 30.0 ppg (second in NBA), 6.9 rpg, 5.9 apg
Selected to the 2002-03 All-Defensive First Team
Became youngest player in NBA history to score 10,000 points, 3/5/03 vs. Indiana
A member of the 2002 Laker championship team averaging 26.6 ppg and 5.8 apg and in four games in the NBA Finals against the New Jersey Nets
Selected to the 2001-2002 All-NBA First Team after averaging 25.5 ppg, 5.5 rpg and 5.5 apg
Selected to the 2001-2002 All-Defensive Second Team
Was named MVP of the 2002 All-Star Game after tallying 31 points, 5 rebounds and 5 a.ssists
Western Conference starter in his fourth straight All-Star Game
A member of the 2001 Laker championship team averaging 24.6 ppg and 5.8 apg in five games in the NBA Finals against the Philadelphia 76ers
Selected to the 2001-2002 All-NBA Second Team
A member of the 2000 Laker championship team averaging 15.6 ppg and 4.6 apg in five games in the NBA Finals against the Indiana Pacers
Selected to the 1999-2000 All-NBA Second Team
Ranked 12th in the NBA in points per game (22.5) and 16th in the NBA in minutes per game (38.2)
Selected to the 1999-2000 NBA All-Defensive First Team and named to the 1999-2000 NBA All-Interview Second Team
Named the NBA Player of the Week for the week ending 4/16/00, averaging 29.7 points, 7.0 a.ssists and 6.0 rebounds
Hit the game-winning bucket with 2.6 seconds remaining, lifting the Lakers to a 97-96 win over Phoenix on 5/10/00 in game 2 of the series
Posted a career-high 40 points to go along with 10 rebounds and 8 a.ssists against the Sacramento Kings on 3/12/00
Netted 15 points as a starter in the 2000 NBA All-Star Game
Named to the 1998-99 All-NBA Third Team after leading the Lakers in steals (1.44 spg) and ranking 2nd on the team in scoring (19.9 ppg, 15th in the NBA) and free-throw percentage (.839, 20th)
Logged 9 double-doubles and led the Lakers in scoring in 11 games in 1999
Scored 33 of his career-high 38 points (15-24 FG) in the 2nd half, adding 4 a.ssists and 3 rebounds, in a 113-104 victory over the Orlando Magic on 3/21/99
Posted 26 points and career-highs of 13 rebounds and 9 a.ssists against the Denver Nuggets on 2/22/99
Totaled 17 points and 4 rebounds, in his only start of the 1997-98 season, against the Portland Trail Blazers on 2/10/98
Became the youngest All-Star in NBA history, posting a team-high 18 points and 6 rebounds, in the 1998 NBA All-Star Game in New York
Teamed with Lisa Leslie of the WNBA's L.A. Sparks in the inaugural Nestle Crunch All-Star 2ball during All-Star Saturday
@@Scored a career-high 33 points, hitting 3-of-5 three-pointers, and grabbed 3 rebounds against the Chicago Bulls on 12/17/97
Has appeared in 20 career NBA Playoff games, averaging 8.5 ppg in 17.7 mpg
Named to the 1996-97 NBA All-Rookie Second Team, averaging 7.6 ppg and 15.5 mpg in 71 games
Won the Nestle Crunch Slam Dunk during the 1997 NBA All-Star Weekend in Cleveland and participated in the Schick Rookie Game, posting a rookie game-record 31 points and 8 rebounds
Made his first career start, scoring 12 points, against the Dallas Mavericks on 1/28/97
Made his NBA debut at the age of 18 years, 2 months and 11 days old, became the youngest player ever to appear in an NBA game, against the Minnesota Timberwolves on 11/3/96
Selected by USA Today and Parade Magazine as the National High School Player of the Year as a senior at Lower Merion H.S.




2005-06 Statistics


Ranks #1 in the NBA in Points Per Game(35.3) Ranks #17 in the NBA in Free-Throw Percentage(0.848)
Ranks #9 in the NBA in Steals Per Game(1.81) Ranks #4 in the NBA in Minutes Per Game(41.1)
Ranks #4 in the NBA in Minutes Played(3209.0) Ranks #1 in the NBA in Field Goals Made(954.0)
Ranks #1 in the NBA in Field Goal Attempts(2119.0) Ranks #8 in the NBA in Three-Point Field Goals Made(175.0)
Ranks #3 in the NBA in Three-Point Field Goal Attempts(503.0) Ranks #2 in the NBA in Free Throws(671.0)
Ranks #5 in the NBA in Free Throw Attempts(791.0) Ranks #7 in the NBA in Steals(141.0)
Ranks #1 in the NBA in Points(2754.0) Ranks #1 in the NBA in Field Goals Per 48 Minutes(14.27)
Ranks #1 in the NBA in Field-Goal Attempts Per 48 Minutes(31.7) Ranks #3 in the NBA in Free Throws Per 48 Minutes(10.04)
Ranks #5 in the NBA in Free Throw Attempts Per 48 Minutes(11.83) Ranks #1 in the NBA in Points Per 48 Minutes(41.2)
Ranks #8 in the NBA in Total Turnovers(248.0) Ranks #6 in the NBA in Total Efficiency Points(2156.0)
Ranks #5 in the NBA in Efficiency Ranking(27.64) Ranks #8 in the NBA in Efficiency Ranking Per 48 Minutes(32.25)
Ranks #8 in the NBA in Turnovers Per Game(3.18) Ranks #17 in the NBA in Turnovers Per 48 Minutes(3.71)





Season Highs / Career Highs
2005-06 HIGHS CAREER HIGHS
Points 81 vs. Toronto 01/22/06 81 vs. Toronto 01/22/06
Field Goals Made 28 vs. Toronto 01/22/06 28 vs. Toronto 01/22/06
Field Goals Attempted 46 vs. Toronto 01/22/06 47 @ Boston 11/07/02
Three Point Field Goals Made 7 3 Times 12 vs. Seattle 01/07/03
Three Point Field Goals Attempted 15 @ L.A. Clippers 01/07/06 18 vs. Seattle 01/07/03
Free Throws Made 23 @ New York 01/31/06 23 2 Times
Free Throws Attempted 26 @ New York 01/31/06 26 2 Times
Offensive Rebounds 4 @ NO/Okla. City 03/08/06 8 @ Dallas 04/18/00
Defensive Rebounds 10 vs. Philadelphia 01/06/06 13 vs. Seattle 01/17/00
Total Rebounds 10 2 Times 15 2 Times
a.ssists 11 @ New Jersey 03/17/06 15 vs. Washington 02/12/02
Steals 7 vs. Utah 02/13/06 7 vs. Utah 02/13/06
Blocks 2 3 Times 5 3 Times
Minutes Played 50 vs. New Jersey 11/27/05 54 vs. Houston 02/18/03
 12 years ago '06        #87
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In light of all the Kobe vs. Jordan posts going on here...

I personally think Jordan is better than Kobe as of now, but some of the Jordan d*ckriders are saying stupid fu*king sh*t (like Jordan's supporting cast was average at best)

CHECK THE fu*kING STATS

1993-94 Chicago Bulls (WITH NO JORDAN ALL YEAR)
55-27, 2nd Place in the East

How is a team that is supposedly composed of only average role players finish 2nd in their conference without their star? Do you think that the Lakers minus Kobe would be 2nd in their conference? They'd be the worst team in the league. I even saw someone say Scottie Pippen sucked? He average 22+ ppg, 8+ rpg, 5+ apg without Jordan.

I just want people to think before they post.
 12 years ago '06        #88
jester2trife 1 heat pts
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Kobe Huggers, its very simple.

1. Jordan won the last 6 titles in seasons he played.
2. One of the greatest defenders ever (Kobe will NEVER be on his level)
3. Never had a true center
4. Shaq was the man on those title teams, not Kobe
5. Jordan was loved and revered by all, Kobe is hated by most, loved by some
 12 years ago '05        #89
Chuck Hustle 
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 Bedlam said:
In light of all the Kobe vs. Jordan posts going on here...

I personally think Jordan is better than Kobe as of now, but some of the Jordan d*ckriders are saying stupid fu*king sh*t (like Jordan's supporting cast was average at best)

CHECK THE fu*kING STATS

1993-94 Chicago Bulls (WITH NO JORDAN ALL YEAR)
55-27, 2nd Place in the East

How is a team that is supposedly composed of only average role players finish 2nd in their conference without their star? Do you think that the Lakers minus Kobe would be 2nd in their conference? They'd be the worst team in the league. I even saw someone say Scottie Pippen sucked? He average 22+ ppg, 8+ rpg, 5+ apg without Jordan.

I just want people to think before they post.
Whoever says that about the Bulls is full of sh*t... that was the best cast period... None of the powerhouse teams now would do that good with their Star player gone... Pistons Minus Rasheed or Ben= No Rings, Spurs minus Duncan=No ring, Mavs Minus Dirk= trash.... Those Bulls teams were hot because they could do it without the major piece to their puzzle... they still were a force...
 04-16-2006, 06:15 PM         #90
DTHUSTLA  OP
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 shonuff12 said:
that's because you are a fu*king moron...let players hand check again and see how kobe does with some dude leaning on his fu*king back..you don't know a fu*king thing about basketball

Tru dat! Speak on it homey!
 04-16-2006, 06:17 PM         #91
k3llz  OP
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Wade shot 2-8 against Bulls today...for 8 pts..think MJ or Kobe would do sh*t like that
 12 years ago '04        #92
Young Professa 11 heat pts11
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 shonuff12 said:
10 scoring titles....7 in a row...end of discussion..call me me when kobe gets 5 and we can have a debate..until then he ain't sh*t compared to jordan
i'll see you in four years then, because kobe will have 5 in a row (barring any serious injuries)
 04-16-2006, 06:18 PM         #93
gibnshyt  OP
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 Unkleluc said:
Ya I said it bi*ch n*gga (fu*k u 4 callin' me a retard f*g**t:finger: )..Wade is efficient in all the areas Jordan wasNot as high, but way more than Kobe(and wade makes players better).

Lebron and Wade...have been in the league for 3 seasons and both have fell into statistical categories that put them in the company of hall of fame players Like Mj, big O, and even Wilt Chaimberlains...(in 10 years Kobe's Ball hoggin' a.ss aint been compared to any of those dudes except when it came to scoring!)

YOUR A fu*kIN CLOWN.......fu*k OUTTA HERE WADE IS NOT EVEN A MVP THOUGHT THIS YEAR........HAHAHA ...U MAD
 12 years ago '06        #94
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to all the retards out there who say kobe is better.. lets jus compare accomplishments.. and put an end to this garbage... kobe's had his ONE breakout yr and ppl are goin off comparin em to MJ... if anyone is going to do this at least wait til the END of kobe's career and wait to see his accomplishments...

MICHAEL JORDAN
1 - Rookie of the Year
1 - Defensive Player of the Year
5 - NBA MVP Award
6 - Championship Rings
6 - Finals MVP
3 - NBA All-Star Game MVP
10 - Scoring Champ

kobe bryant
3 - Championship Rings (shaq had a BIG role in this)
1 - Scoring Champ (for this year)
1 - All-Star MVP

the whole comparison thing is ridiculous... all ya'll kobe lovers can hate all u want... the great oscar robinson said it, "numbers don't lie".. and i kno kobe has a lot of years left but he is FAR behind... now do u ppl really think he will come close to what MJ accomplished?!.. if any of u had the priveledge of watchin jordan play and the way he took over a game this thought would never enter ur heads... and i kno kobe can do it but not the way jordan did...

EZ
 04-16-2006, 06:20 PM         #95
gibnshyt  OP
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 braided_uppimp said:
Wade shot 2-8 against Bulls today...for 8 pts..think MJ or Kobe would do sh*t like that
HAHAHAHA......TELL IT LIKE IT IS MY BOY
 04-16-2006, 06:24 PM         #96
gibnshyt  OP
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 Unkleluc said:
hol up..hol up..who invented--"U mad?"--stop it, dat sh*t is really annoying...
IM NOT MAD AT U MY BOY.......DEEP DOWN YOU KNOW KOBE IS THE MAN....MUCH LOVE
 12 years ago '04        #97
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I can see Kobe being greater than Jordan over the course of his whole career. It's stiil of kind of early and it's kind of hard to imagine a player greater than Jordan considering the Jordan era it still fresh in most people's mind. Lets see what happens after Kobe plays another 8 or 9 years. He is only 27 and he's in his 10th season. He could possibly when another 2 or 3 rings maybe a a few more scoring titles and maybe 2 Mvp awards. Now that he doesn't have Shaq the option to score is always there. The only thing that seperates the greats from the good players is your ability to win. That is what made Jordan so great. If Jordan wasn't winning we wouldn't be having this conversation. Look at football. Joe Montana is legendnary because he has 4 Superbowl rings. In all sports if want to be talked about as the best ever you have win championships. Jordan won 6 in a 9 year period.
 12 years ago '04        #98
R. Joven 17 heat pts17
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People tend to overlook the 55-win season without Jordan, lol...

He's still the GOAT
 12 years ago '05        #99
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 Chuck Hustle said:
Whoever says that about the Bulls is full of sh*t... that was the best cast period... None of the powerhouse teams now would do that good with their Star player gone... Pistons Minus Rasheed or Ben= No Rings, Spurs minus Duncan=No ring, Mavs Minus Dirk= trash.... Those Bulls teams were hot because they could do it without the major piece to their puzzle... they still were a force...
Ok, yeah, those teams minus those players = no rings. But they would still win more than enough games. Bulls minus Jordan = no rings.
 12 years ago '04        #100
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Who gives a sh*t what Mark Jackson has to say? He's one of the sh*ttiest analyst/commentator in the biz.
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