Sure. I'll get right on that.
I would mention that Kobe's "mentorship" helped drive Dwight out of LA, but you'll just tell me that doesn't count because Dwight is a weak-minded ***** with no heart. (Which I probably wouldn't argue with).
point is kobe has a great track record of mentoring our young guys
why you had to bring lebron up man
dwight never saw kobe as a mentor, he was delusional enough to think that it would be "his team" and spent the whole season upset at everyone respecting kobe more than him.
he had issues with steve nash
he had issues with dantoni
all the other guys saw kobe as the leader
his walnut sized heart could not take all that stress
San Antonio Spurs: MCMXCIX, MMIII, MMV, MMVII, MMXIV
I Never Cried When _____ Died, But I Definitely Will When Hov Does
back when bynum was in his prime and just starting to get his confidence mike brown drew up a play for kobe for a GW but kobe told him that they were going to give it to bynum for the win
under pressure dude always makes the stupidest decisions and plays out of control. have you not been seeing okc games .
kobe was hella immature back in the day, but he's grown up and learned how to be a great leader
cant keep sticking to 10 year old narratives, just like last month I think we were playing OKC when dlo and clarkson were keeping us in the game so kobe told byron to not sub him in so the kids could build confidence
half of westbrick's assists be forced like ****
exactly. those assist stats are fools gold. dude isnt that good of a passer or decision maker.
westbrook is great at drawing extra defenders and dropping it off to a big for open layups
only if its an open 3 which these days is just how nba offenses work
although OKC's shooters are garbage