Discussion in 'Sports Bar' started by mommas homeboy, Jul 2, 2018.
True is light years beyond Magic Ohnson (no J).
Lol'ing hard @ this drivel. This posting reads like the incoherent ravings of a common street vagrant. For all your faux fandom it seems like you never really grasped a mechanical understanding of the game.
Anyone who lacks the analytical capacity to understand that True is the most technically complete beautiful game player in the history of this league simply isn't worth listening to.
Career 44% FG.
And you call yourself SportsBarGod?
More like SpitsBeerGood.
Anybody who would choose Magic over Kobe in a must-win game is an absolute idiot.
Teenager talking about a sport he knows nothing about
Ive got Magic ahead of Kobe all time. But not by much
Geriatric poster who can’t separate reality from a bygone era he so desperately clings to.
Just say I have nothing to say so I will copy what you said right back to me. Learn the game rookie.
Sounds like a guy trying to be smart.
Player A's best season:
25 ppg on 47/38/74
Player B's best season:
35.4 ppg on 45/34/84
One is Kobrick another is a different sg from the same era. Lol @ Kobrick being in the same convo as Magic when he's slightly better than that other sg
Magic all day
The most clutch shot he's ever made was against the suns in the first round 2006 play offs. Nada in the finals or anything afterwards.
I could care less about regular season games.
Good thing absolutely nobody gives a shit RE: what you care about ROFL.
LMAO. Imagine having a 15 min highlight of just game winners (probably represent ~5% of truly 'clutch' shots) and being called clutch 'only in certain times.'
At this point it's clearly evident that you've never played the game on any meaningful level. I'm sorry to say (actually I'm not) that we can comfortably throw your 'analysis' out the window. Stick to being a fan of the game.
09-10 and 11-12 are seasons where he was truly clutch. Otherwise lmfao his "clutch" TS% is typically lower than his individual season TS%.
Lol'ing hard @ these subjective 'clutch stats'. A guy that has clearly never played before somehow bestows upon himself the ability to determine what clutch is? I've truly lived to see it all.
In this laughable analysis hitting a 3 being down 6 points isn't considered 'clutch'. This is why you aren't taken seriously on any level.
This is why the Michael Gallaghers, you, etcs of the world aren't respected on any level when it comes to high level analysis. You've never played before yet you make laughable proclamations that only serve as the veritable laugh track of the discussion you've interjected into.
I'm speaking for everyone when I say we'll go with the reels over a the word couple of guys (you, michael gallagher) who probably shoot/follow through with both hands.
Kobe was better at chucking up as many shots as possible. I know that much.
Didn't Koobs shoot something like 27% on game tying/game winning shots in the last 5 seconds?
Hey Bobby takes 3 Dicks, when you are THE GUY on the team, the man with the best chance to win the game for you, the guy with the most skill and strongest mentality, your usage is going to be insane, you're going to get double and triple teamed and no-called much more than anyone else.
Phil would never have been like; "Ok, final seconds of the game, let's give the ball to Snaq because he's going to make a incredible shot because he's known for opening up plays using his ball handling skills to create a shot... oh and he's also great at shooting free throws because he's not going to get fouled instantly if the ball is in his hands! Ready! Break!".
The guy with the ball for the big shots was mostly Kobe. Some insane outliers was Fisher and Big Shot Bobert Horry. With that said, Kobe dished dimes to Horry because Kobe's deadliness would draw defenders leaving Whorey open.
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