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Old 12-13-2012, 02:17 AM   #14
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Default Re: Rank Kobe, Lebron, Melo, Durant offensively

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Originally Posted by BEAST Griffin
I considered all the relevant criteria. Clearly there is more relevant criteria than what OP listed.

Like what?

Kobe is one of the greatest and most complete players in basketball history. There is a reason why he's in the top tier of basketball immortality. Not because of his accomplishments but his overall skill and talent.

Look at the other guys like Durant, Melo and Lebron who have deficiencies in their games. I'm not talking about prime vs prime. I'm talking about all of those guys just this year and Kobe beats them all.

Imagine if the ranking was based off of prime vs. prime....Kobe would be top 2 in EVERY category.
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