Lakers and Kobe Bryant Still Better Off Than Miami and Lebron James Despite Loss

March 11th, 2011 by Zach McClelland Leave a reply »
First and foremost, I'm a Lakers fan and I'm ready to blow off some steam with some facts and opinions on the Heat—this will be more of a rant than it will be an article. You have been warned.

The Heat pulled off their so called "must-win" game over LA by pulling away late in the fourth. Bosh showed up and led the Heat in scoring and D-Wade closed the fourth quarter better than the best closer in the game (Kobe Bryant) could. Heat win, 94-88. REJOICE IN MIAMI! THE HEAT ARE BACK! BEWARE EASTERN CONFERENCE! THE HEAT ARE BACK ON TRACK!

Yeah, the Heat beat the best team in the league last night. But didn't they just get beaten by the Bulls (twice), Knicks and Orlando? The Heat are 2-10 vs. the Celtics, Magic, Knicks and Bulls. It only takes two losses to get knocked out of the playoffs. Yes, Miami beat the Lakers twice this year, but you don't need to worry about LA if you can't weather the storm in the East.

Anyway, back to the game and another argument I hear out there: "LEBRON IS BETTER THAN KOBE! KOBE CAN'T BEAT LEBRON HEAD TO HEAD!"

Umm....what exactly did LeBron James do last night that made HIM better than Kobe Bryant? Hell, ...

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