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  1. #1
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    Who is the best SG today?

    At 34 years old he is still on top of his game. In 15 more game he will pass Wilt Chamberlain on the all time scoring list. Kobe has been our Wilt for over a decade.

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    overrated.............
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    Quote Originally Posted by Money_23 View Post
    overrated.............
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    People lie but records don't

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    "people lie, but numbers don't lie ............................. unless it's about Kobe Bryant." - some random

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    Statistically, James Harden is a better player. He beats Kobe in essentially ever basic or advanced statistical category of importance (not to mention the win column, despite having lesser talent on his team). And Kobe may average a higher PPG, but he also has attempted more than 215 more shots than Harden has. In fact, I don't even think it's debatable at this point who the better player has been this season.


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    He, Wade and Harden have been neck and neck all year. I'm content with just leaving it at that.

    1a
    1b
    1c
    this my sig

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManRamForPrez24 View Post
    He, Wade and Harden have been neck and neck all year. I'm content with just leaving it at that.

    1a Harden
    1b Kobe
    1cWade

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    Quote Originally Posted by Money_23 View Post
    "people lie, but numbers don't lie ............................. unless it's about Kobe Bryant." - some random
    and some people hate just to hate................a true cowards reaction.



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    Best backup guard turned starter ever in nba history

    best SG ever because he did something JORDAN and nobody has ever done, the ability to start on the allstar team before starting on your regular season team

    now of course yrs later he would be the best coming from that tragic of a start, I mean that sincerely

    work ethic is legendary(backup guard)

    cant really compare no SG to him, longevity, sort of like JETER , NYC/LA are 1 and 1a,they are 2nd to none so just imagine the hype

    Watch all the EINSTEIN's claim I don't know what im talking about when its exactly what happened but since they first start watching NBA in 2003 I get called crazy and all types of names

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    Quote Originally Posted by MetroMan View Post
    At 34 years old he is still on top of his game. In 15 more game he will pass Wilt Chamberlain on the all time scoring list. Kobe has been our Wilt for over a decade.
    Without a doubt. Harden is second best,Then comes Wade.

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    Ill let the playoffs prove this

    I didn't leave my bed, because I was like, 'Man, if I walk outside somebody might just try to hit me with their car or say anything negative to me

    -Beta B KD

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    kobe is an all time great, top 35 to ever play the game, anyone who says other wise is a hater.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mightybosstone View Post
    Statistically, James Harden is a better player. He beats Kobe in essentially ever basic or advanced statistical category of importance (not to mention the win column, despite having lesser talent on his team). And Kobe may average a higher PPG, but he also has attempted more than 215 more shots than Harden has. In fact, I don't even think it's debatable at this point who the better player has been this season.
    This. Harden, Kobe, Wade

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    Lebron is an all time great, top 1000 to ever play the game, anyone who says otherwise is a hater.

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