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  1. #1
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    Can Kobe get his 6th ring?

    Personally, with how stacked the west has become and how injuries have plagued Kobe, I'm not sure at what level he'll be performing at and what are his goals at this point. Realistically, he will not win a championship next year, and high draft picks and Free agency are the only hope to change the Lakers quickly. Personally, I want Kobe to somehow get his 6th and pass MJ on the all time scoring list and hear the discussions of where he ranks all time. I dont see it happening, but I'd like for it occur.


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    The only logical answer at this point is "no." The Lakers have roughly a zero percent chance of winning the title this season and Kobe's contract and the lack of quality free agents next summer and the lack of assets on the Lakers means L.A. is extremely unlikely to contend next year as well. The only way I see Kobe winning a title is after that contract is up if the Lakers can somehow add a superstar and get him to sign at a discount or if he's willing to play a backup role somewhere else at a discount.

    The likely answer is "no," but you never really know how things will play out. The better question would be "Will Kobe ever win a title as a No. 1 ever again?" And the answer to that question is an almost certainly definitive "no."


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    Kobe could have his best year ever and they could still easily miss the playoffs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexander_37:28966809
    Kobe could have his best year ever and they could still easily miss the playoffs.
    Kobe, at 36, on one leg, isn't having his "best year ever".

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    If he is traded to the spurs.
    I am the hero PSD deserves, but not the one it needs right now.

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    No team is trading for Bryant, especially the smartest organization in the NBA.

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    maybe if he accepts a second option role, 3rd maybe depending on his injury

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    Only if he joins the HEAT and backs up Wade.






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    Quote Originally Posted by IKnowHoops View Post
    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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    If he plays in 3 years for the vet min on the Warriors yes.

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    no. his era is nearing the end.

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    love it.

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    Of course he can. "Impossible is nothing"
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    Quote Originally Posted by curtcocaine View Post
    If he plays in 3 years for the vet min on the Warriors yes.
    good one!

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    ALL LOVE, but the answer is NO, unless he joins up with KD and OKC or the Spurs? there is no way he is winning another ring with the Lakeshow...no disrespect.

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    No. West is stacked. They don't have time to rebuild and Kobe will never take a Tim Duncan type role on the Lakers anyway. He'll never take a back seat and let someone else shine. It's just not in his nature, he's too competitive.

    He will retire with 5 and maybe get one as a coach or more likely, a GM.

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