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    Jamal Crawford: Kobe is the Michael Jordan of this era

    http://dimemag.com/2014/07/jamal-cra...ichael-jordan/

    Now I don't know how much credibility Crawford has. I think he plays somewhere in the NBA, although not sure.

    We need guys with more credibility like ESPN and the stat gurus to weigh in pronto.

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    I think he's right

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    Kobe can't undo history... He would have had to be the main star of those earlier 2000's team & Shaq would have had to be replaced by a side kick kind of player.

    The funny thing is, any team that Shaq would have been on, would have been wining those rings that year.

    That was Shaq mini era.



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    As a rookie Micheal Beasley averaged 13.9pts per game on .472 shooting. Do you know how many times Kobe Bryant or Tracy Mcgrady shot at that percent or better? Never in there whole careers. If Beas can be what he was when he was a rookie (he won't hell be better) then the heat are coming away with another steal.

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    He's right
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dade County View Post


    Kobe can't undo history... He would have had to be the main star of those earlier 2000's team & Shaq would have had to be replaced by a side kick kind of player.

    The funny thing is, any team that Shaq would have been on, would have been wining those rings that year.

    That was Shaq mini era.
    And despite all that, he is STILL the MJ of his era.

    Funny how things work, no?

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    I think he means in terms of career arc (rings, stats)/playstyle rather than sheer dominance on the game. Obviously Lebron>Kobe individually.

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    Jamaal Crawford does not equal credibility
    for one, he and Felton all but KILLED the Blazer locker room a few years ago
    gotta love 'referential' treatment

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    I got proof right here that Jamal Crawford is right..

    http://youtu.be/LY8rUhlC0xY

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    Quote Originally Posted by SiteWolf View Post
    Jamaal Crawford does not equal credibility
    for one, he and Felton all but KILLED the Blazer locker room a few years ago
    Jamal is the opposite of a team cancer. Please don't spread this lie. There is a reason LMA/Matthews/Batum still have mad love for the guy. Jamal had an issue with a horrible coach known as Nate McMillan, known to strangle his guards and hold them back. He also was promised a role and given nowhere near that role. He's a fantastic teammate and locker room guy.

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    Kobes basketball peers all believe this. NBA coaches believe this. NBA legends including Jordan himself believe this.

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    Nah it can't be true til we get Brian Windhorst and Chris Broussard to agree with him because we all know PSD doesn't accept opinions of players who actually play the game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dade County View Post


    Kobe can't undo history... He would have had to be the main star of those earlier 2000's team & Shaq would have had to be replaced by a side kick kind of player.

    The funny thing is, any team that Shaq would have been on, would have been wining those rings that year.

    That was Shaq mini era.
    Way to add absolutely nothing to this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clippersfan86 View Post
    I think he means in terms of career arc (rings, stats)/playstyle rather than sheer dominance on the game. Obviously Lebron>Kobe individually.
    It's amazing that you have the power to read peoples minds. Teach me please!

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    Lebron= #8
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    Very true. Just like Dr. J was the Jordan of the era before Jordan and Elgin Baylor was the Jordan of the era prior to that.

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