Kobe, Kobe, KOBE!

Lakers to prostě nešlo, prohráli řadu zápasů v řadě, zranila se jim spousta hráčů a ani po jejich návratu výrazné zlepšení nepřišlo. A tak Phil Jackson, legendární trenér Lakers, dal pokyn, aby se hrálo přes Kobeho Bryanta.

Výsledek? Čtyři vítězství v řadě, okořeněné snad až neuvěřitelným osobním výkonem losangelské dvacetčtyřky.

Kobe není v překonávání rekordů žádný nováček. Jenom co si teď vzpomenu, tak vloni nastřílel v jednom zápase 81 bodů. Také se stal nejmladším hráčem, který kdy nastřílel 18.000 bodů.

Tentokrát se vytasil se sérií čtyř zápasů v nichž nastřílel vždy minimálně 50 bodů!

Ale pozor, Kobe si může sérii ještě protáhnout. Už dnes, v derby s Golden State.

17 odpovědí na “Kobe, Kobe, KOBE!”

  1. AlkoHolliX

    Kobe ja fakt neuveritelnej a nej husty by bylo kdyby se nakonec v ty serii dostal na prvni misto. Jinac jeste pridam all stars sestavu podle mne PG A.Iverson SG K.Bryant SF L.James PF D.Nowitzki C A.Stoudemire

  2. AlkoHolliX

    Hmm tak Kobe to uz nezvladl,ale 43 bodu taky dobry.

  3. Alin

    However, I have not seen even the rumor of a trade that did not involve D12, that I thuhgot made us a contender_______________________________I actually just sent you the newest Howard to LA rumor, which I will not discuss here. It is a three-way. The basic issues with your position are simple: 1. If the Lakers did what you want them to do (kitchen sink for Howard + bad contracts) I think there is about a 50-70% chance Howard would walk.2. Even if he didn’t walk, the Lakers would not be favorites in any sense against OKC, MIA and CHI during the remainder of Kobe’s contract with Howard/Kobe/Turkoglu/Duhon/MWP/McRob etc. They need to bring in some talent WITH Howard IN the deal to have any shot to get to that level. NBA.com’s new advanced stats database has some very good stuff on player profiles, including shot chart data. Playing with it today, I saw these numbers for shots in the restricted area, (at the rim) for three players: Fisher 866 minutes 10/30Blake 526 minutes 4/10Sessions 784 minutes 44/94As with any stat, there are situational caveats. The Lakers have two elite post players and they have Kobe; Cleveland has no elite post players. But it still tells you something: Sessions can get to the rim far more easily than Fisher or Blake can and he is more likely to put the ball in the basket when he gets there. And that is the real issue with the Lakers 1s and 3s: they are not threats. Fisher is one of the toughest guys in the NBA and is still a great leader. But he can’t play pick-and-roll, he can’t drive and kick, he can’t draw the D, and he can’t finish. All he can really do is pass the ball into the post or give it to Kobe and the other team KNOWS that. That is why they can set up their defenses the way they do, and that puts more pressure on everybody. Kobe sometimes reponds to that pressure by taking 22-footers with guys draped all over him, and he should definitely do that less often. But if the D actually had to worry about the other two guys on the floor, and they would have to worry about Beasley and Sessions, that would certainly help the Lakers quite a bit. Enough to get titles? Probably not, but that statement is equally true of kitchen sink-for-Howard. So, WADR I think you should reconsider the use of the diminutives you always use tweak, tinker etc and start calling these moves what they would actually be: upgrades on the offensive side of the basketball.

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    However, I have not seen even the rumor of a trade that did not involve D12, that I tohught made us a contender_______________________________I actually just sent you the newest Howard to LA rumor, which I will not discuss here. It is a three-way. The basic issues with your position are simple: 1. If the Lakers did what you want them to do (kitchen sink for Howard + bad contracts) I think there is about a 50-70% chance Howard would walk.2. Even if he didn’t walk, the Lakers would not be favorites in any sense against OKC, MIA and CHI during the remainder of Kobe’s contract with Howard/Kobe/Turkoglu/Duhon/MWP/McRob etc. They need to bring in some talent WITH Howard IN the deal to have any shot to get to that level. NBA.com’s new advanced stats database has some very good stuff on player profiles, including shot chart data. Playing with it today, I saw these numbers for shots in the restricted area, (at the rim) for three players: Fisher 866 minutes 10/30Blake 526 minutes 4/10Sessions 784 minutes 44/94As with any stat, there are situational caveats. The Lakers have two elite post players and they have Kobe; Cleveland has no elite post players. But it still tells you something: Sessions can get to the rim far more easily than Fisher or Blake can and he is more likely to put the ball in the basket when he gets there. And that is the real issue with the Lakers 1s and 3s: they are not threats. Fisher is one of the toughest guys in the NBA and is still a great leader. But he can’t play pick-and-roll, he can’t drive and kick, he can’t draw the D, and he can’t finish. All he can really do is pass the ball into the post or give it to Kobe and the other team KNOWS that. That is why they can set up their defenses the way they do, and that puts more pressure on everybody. Kobe sometimes reponds to that pressure by taking 22-footers with guys draped all over him, and he should definitely do that less often. But if the D actually had to worry about the other two guys on the floor, and they would have to worry about Beasley and Sessions, that would certainly help the Lakers quite a bit. Enough to get titles? Probably not, but that statement is equally true of kitchen sink-for-Howard. So, WADR I think you should reconsider the use of the diminutives you always use tweak, tinker etc and start calling these moves what they would actually be: upgrades on the offensive side of the basketball.

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    rr,Okay. I just read the comment from slpopy. As usual people for some reason don’t realize athletes are different than normal people. Athletes take the same medicines as we do for completely different reasons. The injection Bynum had he takes often as a preventative measure after having cartridge repaired in his knee years ago. The reason to do this is to prevent the cycle of knee surgeries Kobe has had every four years after he first had cartridge removed in Colorado. Bynum had some good fortune when he was operated on when doctors found out his cartridge could be repaired and not removed during the operation. He was very fortunate. Lakers fans though we’re not happy as the repairing of the cartridge meant more time resting after surgery. But for his career it was a great thing. These injections of lubricant are not pain relievers. The enable joints to operate with more fluidity and less friction which of course ultimately results in less pain and a far more healthy joint. Don’t worry I do my research with my doctor friends anytime I read a headline that includes Bynum and knee. All in all this injection is something Bynum is proactively doing to make sure he doesn’t have the same chronic knee problems Kobe and most every other athlete has had following cartridge surgeries. Now Would Bynum be in a much better spot if Kobe never submarined his leg offensive lineman style? Of course. But all in all Andrew has been very lucky to never have a serious knee injury like an ACL or Microfracture. Even guys like Amare who has has multiple Microfracture surgeries has had a long and fruitful career. I think some Laker fans need to put Bynum’s passed knee injuries in perspective.

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