NBA Finals 2010: Kobe Bryant’s Third Quarter Indicative of Whole Laker Career

June 15th, 2010 by Jon Lee Leave a reply »
I woke up today at 7:15 AM primed and ready for Game Six of the 2010 Finals.

I watched Game Five in a sports bar in Chicago and was amazed (and delighted) that everyone in the bar (besides the drunk slurring guy who approached our table, which just proves Lakers fans with few exceptions suck) was rooting for the Celtics.

The first half was so ugly that my buddy Cam (a rare cool Laker Fan) texted me that he never wanted to watch that half of basketball again.

The bar I was in had an annoying habit of switching the sound to top 40 music during every timeout, stop in play, commercial and halftime.

So instead of getting to hear Phil Jackson provide the Celtics with bulletin board material, I got to hear Miley Cyrus.

Then the third quarter started...

And as much as I hate him, Kobe Bryant is one bad MambaF****r.

The shots he hit in that quarter (and against Phoenix in Game Six) were some of the most ridiculous, off-balance, horrible shots I've ever seen.

I've always been able to tell when Kobe gets "that look"—the one that says he's shooting every time down court regardless of who's de ...

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