Kobe Wants LeBron in the 2010 NBA Finals, Eager To Disprove Critics

March 23rd, 2010 by John Haverford Leave a reply »
Make no mistake, Kobe Bryant hears everything that the media has been writing about him.

With the argument that Kobe cannot win a championship without Shaq being refuted, Kobe is patiently enduring new criticism coming from all directions.

Kobe has read the false media speculation claiming that the Lakers team is internally falling apart while teammates begin to defy Kobe's leadership.

Kobe has heard the rumors that Phil Jackson is considering leaving his head coaching job with the Lakers due to disagreements with owner Jerry Buss.

Kobe has seen NBA analysts arguing that his body is succumbing to old age and the wear-and-tear of 14 NBA seasons.

Most of all, Kobe knows that millions of people have already throned LeBron as the new king of basketball, and scowls at the notion that the Cleveland superstar has supposedly surpassed him as the world's best active basketball player.

But through all of this fresh criticism, Kobe Bryant has chosen to remain quiet and let his team's play on the court speak for his accomplishments.

Said Bryant, “When you’re young, [you think], ‘Enough is enou ...

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