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Dots don’t connect in Kobe being the downfall of the Lakers

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The idea that Kobe Bryant is a difficult player to play with and has possibly scared away some free agents is not a revelation to those that have followed the Los Angeles Lakers for at least the last 18 years of Kobe’s career. Continue reading Dots don’t connect in Kobe being the downfall of the Lakers

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You Can’t Win in the NBA With a Volume Shooter? History Says You’re Wrong

Kobe shooting

Chris Broussard of ESPN wrote a piece today explaining how Kobe Bryant’s offensive performance this season is hurting the Los Angeles Lakers more than it is helping them. He even provides statistical analysis and opinions of reputable people in the NBA that back his position.
Continue reading You Can’t Win in the NBA With a Volume Shooter? History Says You’re Wrong