NBA Finals 2010: The Black Mamba’s Shot at Immortality

June 17th, 2010 by James Wong Leave a reply »
To say the 2010 NBA Finals has been epic would be the understatement of the year. For the first time since 2007, the NBA Finals are going to be decided in a do-o- die contest pitting the two most successful franchises in league history against each other. This will all go down under the bright lights of Los Angeles, in front of a sellout crowd and some of the biggest celebrities in the United States. 

For a man called Kobe Bean Bryant, this is his chance to grab history by the neck and leave his mark. That vicious imagery is fitting for the man nicknamed the "black mamba" who has built his legacy on being an incredible closer and clutch performer.

If you're a Lakers fan or supporter of Bryant don't get me wrong—I believe Bryant will go down as one of the greatest players and competitors to play the game of basketball irrespective of the result of this series.

If he retired today, he would be regarded as one of the best competitors of all-time, as well as one of the games very best offensive talents and defensive guards. However despite all that he has already achieved, Bryant has had to carry the burden of being the next "Jordan" ...

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