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  • Where will kobe wind up?

    To borrow a page from avenger, where will kobe wind up:

    a) the knicks
    b) nuggets
    c) clippers
    d) lakers
    e) The slam in colorado

    ramming speed to all

    general counsel

  • #2
    Re: Where will kobe wind up?

    He'll stay with the Lakers... His team...
    This space for rent...


    • #3
      Re: Where will kobe wind up?

      Kobe is quickly becoming one of my least favorite athletes. I don't care where he ends up.


      • #4
        Re: Where will kobe wind up?

        Now that Shaq is reportedly heading to Miami, Kobe will stay with the Lakers. As thoey said, it's his team now. New coach and no more Shaq means Kobe has no real reason to leave, IMO. With my limited NBA knowledge, looking at the Lakers/Heat trade summary, it doesn't sound as if the Lakers got that much for Shaq, but that draft pick could be promising.


        • #5
          Re: Where will kobe wind up?

          In DJ's world...Colorado State Penn

          In the Real World....Lakers, his team, loads of bling bling. And lots of reasons to piss and moan when the Lakers suck.

          As a Knicks fan, he can stay the hell outta NY.


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