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Old 01-30-2013, 08:48 PM   #91
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Default Re: Now that Kobe has decided to be a facilitator, is he better at it than Lebron James?

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lol really? 3 games in only...

This. I don't know how three games is enough of a sample size to suddenly say someone's better than someone else in something they've been doing for a significantly longer period of time.

But of course, people need something to talk about.
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Old 01-30-2013, 08:56 PM   #92
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and none of that stopped the Cavs from two straight 60 win seasons and many people claiming they were going to win it all.


Then, the playoffs happened.
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Old 01-30-2013, 08:57 PM   #93
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Old 01-30-2013, 09:03 PM   #94
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Old 01-30-2013, 10:05 PM   #95
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Default Re: Now that Kobe has decided to be a facilitator, is he better at it than Lebron James?

lebron has never been as good as kobe. Coz I consider only those who have the same playing style as jordan as the best. And lebron clearly isnt in the league of those 2. The 11 rings just speaks for itself. Lebron is more like oscar robertson. If theres one player right now that could be better than those 2, its durant.
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Old 01-30-2013, 10:19 PM   #96
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lebron has never been as good as kobe. Coz I consider only those who have the same playing style as jordan as the best. And lebron clearly isnt in the league of those 2. The 11 rings just speaks for itself. Lebron is more like oscar robertson. If theres one player right now that could be better than those 2, its durant.

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Old 01-30-2013, 10:24 PM   #97
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Default Re: Now that Kobe has decided to be a facilitator, is he better at it than Lebron James?

So who's Lebron playing with now to make make him look so good? Hmmm...lets see we got wade, bosh, battier, ray, Lewis...but oh no these are just scrubs from the dleague.


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Who was that big, 7'2 monster of a man that was playing along side Kobe, when he was going off?

Who were that pathetic bunch of scrubs that were playing along side LBJ, when he faced the Spurs?
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Default Re: Now that Kobe has decided to be a facilitator, is he better at it than Lebron James?

Kobe had stacked teams with shaq to win rings and Lebron had stacked teams with wade/bosh to win a ring....they both won with good teams and both had different roles on their teams. Stupid comparison
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5 games of being a playmaker vs an entire career. Yeah, good comparison.
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Old 01-30-2013, 10:25 PM   #100
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Coz I consider only those who have the same playing style as jordan as the best.
Damn it..

Yes kobe when he puts his mind to it is better than lebron at passing the basketball. Kobe has actual passing skills in a disciplined basketball system where he is taught to move the ball around in ways that go according to direct plays. Kobe can perfectly set his big men up in the post with his smooth entry passes, swing it hockey assist style in response to defensive shifts, hit the cutter, find the open shooter, alley oop passing, and any type of skill/trick passing(not that Lebron isn't good at this too).

Lebron is freestyle drive and dish..

I'll take kobe if they both choose to become facilitators. Pretty easy decision..
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Old 01-30-2013, 10:30 PM   #102
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Damn it..

Yes kobe when he puts his mind to it is better than lebron at passing the basketball. Kobe has actual passing skills in a disciplined basketball system where he is taught to move the ball around in ways that go according to direct plays. Kobe can perfectly set his big men up in the post with his smooth entry passes, swing it hockey assist style in response to defensive shifts, hit the cutter, find the open shooter, alley oop passing, and any type of skill/trick passing(not that Lebron isn't good at this too).

Lebron is freestyle drive and dish..

I'll take kobe if they both choose to become facilitators. Pretty easy decision..
Basically everything lebron can do but worse and less consistent.
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Old 01-30-2013, 10:32 PM   #103
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Default Re: Now that Kobe has decided to be a facilitator, is he better at it than Lebron James?

If Kobe keeps it up it's damn close, but Kobe's alpha dog personality will get the best of him at times. Straight up, though. Kobe is probably the better facilitator.
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Old 01-30-2013, 10:35 PM   #104
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Default Re: Now that Kobe has decided to be a facilitator, is he better at it than Lebron James?

Let me put some shit in context.

Kobe goes into 'pass mode' in which he specifically goes out of his way to pass.
Bron just plays 'naturally', which means he just plays. No intention on having 13 assist, he just gets them without really trying hard. If he decided to get into 'pass mode' then he'd average 12 in a season. But his game is to do bit of everything naturally, not forced.
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Let me put some shit in context.

Kobe goes into 'pass mode' in which he specifically goes out of his way to pass.
Bron just plays 'naturally', which means he just plays. No intention on having 13 assist, he just gets them without really trying hard. If he decided to get into 'pass mode' then he'd average 12 in a season. But his game is to do bit of everything naturally, not forced.
so basically bronzy>passbe
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