That was a nice video. One of the better ones I've seen.
Its going to be interesting when Kobe retires. We'll all be saying "If only we still had Kobe" or "Man, Kobe woulda made that."
At the end of the day, hate him or love him, he's still going down as one of the greatest.
Talk about flashbacks. Man, I'm just happy he's on our side. Lebron and Durant may be the most physically dominant right now, but nobody strikes fear in the hearts of another team, another stadium, and another group of opposing fans the way Kobe has. One thing he has always had is the ability to take on the world. Sacramento, Boston, maybe Miami now. This guy has made us damn proud. After he retires I'll be looking for the next great one. He'll be out there but it may be a few years.
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Probably the best video of his entire career I've seen, great job to whoever did it! There's just one thing, whoever made it shouldn't have used the whole 10 mins that youtube allows, because in a few months there will be some things to add to that video . Damn we're gonna miss this dude in a few years.
Great video, and an even greater player. It's amazing that at age 33, Kobe is still as good as he is. I know his percentages are down a little bit this year, but for him to still have the capability of leading the league in scoring after 16 years in the NBA, and for him to still have that same drive and hunger to win a title: it speaks to his fortitude and greatness.
Kobe is undeniably great and he's given me a lot of amazing memories over the years. He's just a fearless player on the court and it shows. Before it's all said and done, he could be considered one of the top 3 to 5 greatest players of all time. It's probably too late to pass MJ but Kobe is right there behind him and nobody else even comes close.
Post Subject: RE: Kobe Tribute VideoPosted: Apr 20, 2012 - 01:38 AM PST
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If this has been posted before I apologize. I think some of us here may take for granted just how lucky we are to be watching one of the greatest players to ever play the game. It makes me sad to think about the idea that he may only have a few more years left in this league. We need to cherish that last few great seasons he has left.
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