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Kobe and Shaq share All Star MVP Award

Disappointing for anyone holding out hope for one to go after the other with a tire iron, but happy news for everyone else.  Kobe led all scorers with 27 points, tossing in quartet of boards, dimes, and steals for funsies as the Western Conference topped the E.C. 146-119.  For his part, Shaq hit eight of nine shots and finished with 17/5/3.  Good enough for the two of them to split some hardware in what could very likely be their final on-court run as (quasi) teammates.

Pau Gasol, LA's "other" All Star, acquitted himself nicely, thank you very much. 14 points, eight boards, 5-7 from the floor. 

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I haven't actually watched the game yet (other than scattered bits and pieces (quite frankly, I may never get around to it- get your highlights here, your adverbs here), but it was defintely a strong showing from the locals.  And, most importantly, Kobe and Pau didn't turn an ankle, tweak a knee, or lose another finger.  That makes the evening an unqualified success, I'd say. 

BK

 
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All star game was a total snooze fest

Bring Shaq back as a reserve! I hope the Suns buy him out.

David Stern missed his calling. He should have been a Hollywood mogul/producer. He produced a great show over the weekend for the kids. Look at some of the story lines...Shaq, Kobe and Phil reunited and it results in Shaq and Kobe sharing the MVP trophy. Li'l KryptoNate just happens to have a green ball and green uni even when there's no guarantee he gets through to the final round of the dunk contest. P.T. Barnum had nothing on Stern!

One thing that I think is wrong about the ASG weekend is that it should be closer to the ACTUAL midpoint of the season. Somewhere after 40 games or so. I think that the players need a break about that time. It's obvious that David wants to be clear of the Super Bowl so that he is not sharing the spotlight with the NFL, but it seems that every year more and more players are injured around the middle of the season. I wonder if fatigue doesn't play a factor there.

Anyway, the Lakers have bigger fish to fry in the second part of this season. GO LAKERS!!!

aww, no love for their sweet little reunion and the rekindling of old times? :P
i found it really cool and very fun and ecstatic that they both got the MVP award. even Phil got into the act by setting the old two-man plays for them, heh.

and YESSS sweet revenge for the West too. i knew Phil was going to be serious for this one, haha!

(how odd that KG was a "no show" as a tall defender and had to make Lewis guard the big O'Neal.)

FROM PALM BEACH, FLORIDA

BONJOUR GUYS,

ONCE UPON A TIME, SHAQ AND KOBE= THE BEST COUPLE IN THE NBA FOREVER.


REALLY MISS THEM TOGETHER, I WAS VERY HAPPY TO SEE THEM SHARE THE MVP FOR THE ALL-STAR GAME. VERY COOL! A GREAT HAPPY ENDING.


SHAQ'S JERSEY WILL BE HUNG IN LA.


LOVE TO ALL


SHEKOBE FOREVER

...and thank whatever entity you pray to for that! Our guys made it thru in good health and whatever the real story is with Shaq and Kobe Bean, it hasn't been reported yet.

Kobe kept it real...That's all I am gonna say...

All-Star weekend was fun, but now it's back to basics. In case you missed it, NYT Magazine has an in-depth look at the impact of the +/- on the game and the value of a player.

http://tinyurl.com/amwlqt

Looking forward now to Tuesday's Roll Call.

I thought Shaq was definitely lobbying for a comeback with the Lakers. He looked and has been looking like he's trying really hard to make nice with Kobe. If he signed for the bare minimum or for free and kept his mouth shut I'd be ok with it. But if he came in and started talking like the Lakers were his team, etc... I'd have to say no way, no dice.

Also, once again we see that Kobe is the superior player in between him and Crabron.

Pau had some good rebounding in the game as well.

Ready for Laker ball and glad for it!!!!

"We're not going to go watch 'Steel Magnolias,' or something like that, you know what I'm saying? Crying, all that stuff. We had a good time. That's all."

A guy-cry movie like Shawshank Redemption would have been more appropriate than that chick-flick.

Kobe was on a mission right from the get-go. I don't think Kobe is going to take a "night off" until he's hoisting that Finals trophy above his head. Even then, he might hit the gym right before the parade to work on his jump shot.

I'm glad he's on our team.

Go Lake Show!

There was definitely a lot of respect and love btw Shaq and Kobe at this Allstar game. I wish Shaq will not retire next year and sign as a backup center with the Lakers. He should definitely retire his career as a Laker. I'm sure Andrew Bynum will learn a few things from Shaq. I think Kobe should now be man enough to have Shaq back. Also I hope Kobe doesn't try to max out on his salary, so we can resign LO and Trevor.

The sheer incongruity of Shaq & Kobe being teammates again was discombobulating enough ... but co-MVP's, each for a third time?
Is this another sign of the coming apocalypse? Ghosts of championships past ... it was like Christmas in the memories of time ... ghost of championships never had ... a festival of nostalgia and regrets ... perhaps most aptly, a fitting way to leave the past behind.

I guess the old platitude "time heals all wounds' is true.

But if either one had been half as gracious 5 years ago that photo could have had the NBA Championship trophy in it instead - several times over.

Oh well, Shaq got his one more. Now THIS year its Kobe's turn. And the next, and the next.......

I don't know about the rest of you, but Kobe's attitude in the post game interview was selfish and uncalled for.
Here you had Shaq sincerely appreciating what once was, and Kobe dismissed him like a has-been unworthy of being on the same stage with the almighty Kobe.
Shame on you Kobe, would it have been so hard to play the "They were the best of times, worst of times" card?
You play act all the time in front of the camera anyway.

Here's to you Shaq, for helping me to remember the great championship teams of the past and just what a phenomenal player you were and still (on occasion) are. And also for helping me to remember that if it weren’t for Kobe's self-centered "the world revolves around me" persona, you would probably still be a Laker.

I hope at the end of your career, someone does the same to you. You deserve it.

bring shaq back to l.a! kb and shaq best tandem in nba history go la!!

Seems like Philfan doesn't remember his Laker history as much:

1) How about with Horry as starting PF the Lakers won their 3rd title especially against an in his prime C-Webb and especially Game 4 when Horry shot the game winner that neither Kobe or Shaq couldn't do?

2) How the Lakers were an Horry miss away from getting a 3-2 advantage against the Spurs?

3) Or how that NEITHER Horry or Walker were not around the team in 03-04 and that it was Karl Malone who even at the age of 40 made a MVP Kevin Garnett struggle and had only one leg in the Finals and even made Rasheed Wallace struggle that Slava couldn't do?

4) And even in 08 that the Lakers were 1 win and 1 quarter away from winning it all and that against the other two top teams in the NBA the Lakers beat Cleveland and Boston WITHOUT Bynum in their homecourt?

It's always okay to have opinions. But to say what isn't true? That's a different story.

-KB Blitz

IT'S OFFICIAL... TERRY PORTER FIRED AND REPLACED BY ALVIN GRNTRY

Let's put down the Shaq-Kobe reunion talk because it's not happening THIS season. Kobe probably still has the say so in any trade and Kobe will not OK a trade for Shaq until he wins a championship without him. You think Kobe wants to hear "you couldn't do it with me" raps for the rest of his life. Not happening.

Having said that, the only way I see Shaq coming back is if the Lakers win a title without him. After his current contract runs out he can back up AB for a chance to win a last ring and exercise the spirits.

And we unpacked our adjectives...


Kobe is BETTER than shaq



Wasn't much of a basketball game.

Nice showcase for CP3. He can do freaky things.

Shaq may or may not be the MDE but he's the best showman ever.

He's lookin' back while Kobe still looks forward to a few more years, and championships. Kobe's preparing for that time in his career with his 24 concept but as we've seen consistently, athletes that competitive and successful, find their toughest opponent to be age.

Like I was sayin...now, admit it - you all got a little choked up when SHACK and kobey connected for a bucket. Awwww!

Seriously, the best play of the game was when Shack threw it between Dwight's legs as Dwight was trash talkin', then got the jam thanks to a guard tossing it back at the rim. Shack is still the better, Mr. Howard.

I guess with the co-MVP thing (even though Amare had better numbers than SHACK), Stern wants to spread a message of brotherhood and healing throughout the basketball community. Note the John Legend tune at halftime.

But the heavy-handed gesture is pure Stern - polished, cheesy.

Now in the game itself, I couldn't help but notice how wistful Phil Jacqueson looked. He must have remembered how great it is to have a dominant center who can play. Instead of the nobody's he's had ever since.

Oh - and thank you to all who joined me in the protest at the All Star Game. It worked! Terry Porter has been let go.

The SUNS are now free for take off.

This may be an unpopular opinion, but I didnt find the KObe/Shaq reunion THAT nostalgic.

I actually enjoyed them working SOLO better. Shaq was a great jabbawockee dancer, outstanding on the wing, and funny with his no-look outlet passes.

It's always great watching Kobe be Kobe. His nature is too KILL opposition and score score score. So if you like PURE Kobe, you enjoyed the show he put on (although Kobe haters were in full bloom with the # of shots he took).

What sucked was the over-done questions to Shaq and Kobe : "How does it feel? blah blah blah"...

It looked like Shaq was an old man trying to make peace before he passes away...And Kobe looked like the young stud who was playing the part out of respect for the bigger picture. VERY CONTRIVED.

But that's me...

I should go out like Laker Tom: JMHNSBOLAOLDAOL !!!!

LOL....

Butler,

Why do you misspell the players names? I've never understood that.

Suns won't take off. They might do a bit better but I'd say ninth place is still about right. Coaching changes mid season usually aren't the making of a championship team, or a team that will make the finals which the Suns currently aren't.

And Shaq better than Dwight? Shaq's got savvy but he's got no elevation, and also can't sustain that level of play for consecutive games. So not sure what you smoked right before you said that.

Alvin Gentry -- hahahahhahahahahaha -- wait - hahahahahahahaahahahaha -- just ask the Titanics.

The thing I was most proud of was seeing the Lakers coaching staff on the bench. Funny that their strategy for the game was basically the same as it was for regular games - pound the ball inside and exploit the size advantage, implement the strong side zone and own the third quarter.

It was interesting to hear CP3 talk to his teammates about how to position themselves to exploit the opposition. He set up the give-n-go with Shaq. He came to play.

Another point of pride was basically watching the Celtics and Crabs players take a backseat. They were relegated to being spectators to the real show.

In listening to Bill Russell spout his anecdotes, you learned that he was fueled many times by wanting to shut players/teams up who talked a lot of smack. There's the famous story of the balloons at the Forum. He told one yesterday about being insulted that Chick said Los Angeles was the basketball capital of the world during one all-star game he played in here. The irony is that this year's Celtics are the ones who are talking all the smack and are running into a lot of teams, most notably the Lakers, who are playing the Russell role of shutting them up.

Richardson with a DUI and wreckless driving/child endangerment in the last three months. Yeah -- the Suns are done.

I dont think Kobe was feeling sharing that MVP with Shaq but he rolled with it....

Korey

i read a few blogs in the past and last night and my conclusion is that the NBA followers are 40% fans cheering and following various teams and 60% are kobe haters who don't even care about the game

Well I thought best part of the weekend was seeing lebron clank that dunk at the end of the game. I could almost feel his embarrassment myself, then what does everyone do, stand aside so lebron can finish the dunk.

so now fans can say that Kobe dragged shaq's A$$ to the finish line. a great "legendary" ending to a never ending and annoying subject. hope will put it foever to rest. there nothing left for the press to squeeze out of it. AMEN

props to PJ who was able to turn all the hoopla into a ZEN moment for a Hollywood script. now back to business. see phoenix again in a few days.

I disagree with the suggestion that Kobe has to somehow kiss Shaq's ass...that ISH is dead. None of us was there and we can all speculate for days about this, that and a third as far as what went down, Kobe callin' out Shaq in Colorado, re, re re. Shaq dissing Kobe to teammates and saying all kinda slick ISH behind his back to get cause major lockerroom divides...yada yada yada..

This Lakers squad. Its a new team, a new time, a new era. The Lakers are on a mission...EveryONE gets along. Can't say that will happen if Shaq rejoins..He has to BE the MAN -- He has to have his ENTOURAGE.. Kobe is about business..This is a serious thing, this season, this YEAR.

Can't undo the past, can only learn from it and keep it movin' but its hard to do when somebody is a asking you about a player you have mixed emotions about (ala Shaq). Kobe wants to leave water under the bridge, obviously its painful to him the good as well as the bad, while everyone else wants to rehash....I say dead it now..There will be no REUNION, no love connection if you will with Kobe and Shaq..Next time Shaq is in Staples as a Laker, they will be retiring his jersey, that's about it...Thats as good as it gets & thats good enough.

I am excited as all hell about our team..Trevor was mentioning before the break how UPSET losing gets to him, and that he was gonna be shooting jumpers in the gym during the break, same with Lamar -- said he would be working out as well. This team if FOCUSED..

Oh yeah. Its on and POPPIN'!

Magic32, everyone is in FALLBACK mode when it comes to LeBron EXCEPT Kobe....Speaking of which, Kobe stole the ball from LeBron I believe twice yesterday like it was nothing! lol

Magia32

no article clip comments about the "clank", except they show the last dunk as a preview of next years SDC.

lol!!!!!!!!!! what a miss and what a noise.

WHAT A FUN WEEKEND! THE REUNION OF THE "BIG HYPOCRITES" ... PHIL, SHAQ AND KOBE TOGETHER AGAIN! LIKE OLD TIMES. JUST THE BEST OF FRIENDS!

I ESPECIALLY LIKED THE LIGHT HEARTED MOMENT OF SHAQ AND KOBE PLAYING ONE ON ONE! IT BROUGHT A TEAR TO MY EYE. THEN THEY SHARED THE MVP AWARD ... WHAT A WONDERFUL MOMENT. BOTH WERE VERY HAPPY TO RECEIVE THEIR 3RD ALL STAR MVP! THEY ARE MARKETING GENIUSES!

BUT MY FAVORITE MOMENT HAD TO BE THAT INTERVIEW WITH CLUB CED. YOU KNOW ITS NOT JUST ANOTHER GAME WHEN CLUB CED SHOWS UP! IT HAD TO BE MORE JUST A REGULAR SEASON GAME TO GET CED AWAY FROM LAKE HAVASU! BTW WHERE WAS SERTA CAMPBELL? DIDNT GET HIS WAKE UP CALL?
HOW ABOUT NICK VAN EXEL? TOO BUSY PERFECTING HIS FOREARM SHIVER TO REFS? NOW THOSE WERE FUN TIMES IN LAKER BASKETBALL. THE LAKER VERSION OF THE BIG 3.

MY ONLY DISAPPOINTMENT WAS MISSING THE HIGHLITES OF PAU AND YAO PLAYING ONE ON ONE!
AND PAU EXPLAINING TO YAO THAT IT WAS ALL ABOUT MARKETING!

i like kobe's attitude, just because he was honest. if anyone buys shaq's act, then they don't know how shaq is.

shaq is just making up for that stupid rap, he wants to have an image of a lovable clown. which he is not.

i for one think kobe's reaction was the best. many say kobe's fake, he could've faked saying 'yes, we love each other' he didn't because they might not hate each other anymore, but i doubt they'll every be friends, too much history there. from both parts.

he was happy for the co-mvps, i saw the tnt online coverage and during the break he was happy about it, he and shaq were told during the last break. and kobe was happy about it.

the news conference, kobe kept it real...and that is refreshing.

Granted Craig Sager has never been one to C-O-O-R-D-I-N-A-T-E with any real fashion sense whatsoever but KG dissing Craig Sager on Inside the NBA was beyond ridiciulous! I think he went overboard for a player and Craig has been known to get ragged on by the players but KG basically went above and beyond to call Craig out on his outfit, telling him to burn it, burn it, even if you have to walk yo ass around buttnaked or whatever he said -- I just thought it was beyond extreme. Basically, I say this to say that, KG is a jerk!.

Good Morning Charles....Good Morning Everyone...

is it Tuesday yet?

here are my insigificient thoughts on the insigificient All Star weekend events, as it were, seemingly:

missed the horse competition (oh bummer of bummers)....

why does the Lakers seem to always come in last in the Shooting Stars competition? and recently it does remind me of how much I hate Bill Lambeer and the Pistons in general...

the point guard obsticle corse should include some other historically proven entertaining obsticles such as clearing the matchboxes, kicking the beggar and taking the bra off the manaquin--or at least some more appropriate NBA style obsticles, like paternity suit dodging...well at the very least it should include some barbed wire and a plunger..

what happened to the three point contest? it used to have twice as many contestents and three rounds and had guys that could actually shoot the ball--really, no one could break 20? more shooters may have let Rad and Sasha compete or at least some other dudes that could actually shoot..

the dunk contest is pretty lame overall---and this year's sucked because Dwight Howard wasn't smart enough and Nate Robinson got away with using 1) a human step stool (I could even dunk if I could jump off the back of someone) and 2) the shoulder of Diwight Howard--

speaking of which, Dwight was too nice of a guy to let Nate jump over him, confirming the therom that nice guys finish last (well at least second)...

in regards to Dwight not planning so well, if he would have saved the 12 foot basket until his last dunk, he would have won--and we also had another example of why fans should not be allow to vote---betcha a lot of New York phones were being dialed...

I thought TNT making the live announcement of Labron's participation in next years' dunk contest right before Howard's last dunk was really badly timed and overblown---really WhoTF cares... it seemed to hurt Howard's chances a lot and he came out with his lamest dunk to lose...

also thought for his last one he should have brought out the other basket again and raised it higher and dunked over Nate while Nate was jumping on a human trampoline...

I think they need to add a battle royal of the NBA mascots event---to include crotch kicking of course, as well as any other body laming means possible...it would indeed eclipse the entire weekend's festivities and be the real (and highly worthy) focus of the entire event...

speaking of lame fans (and semi infinate numbers thereof ) Yoa Ming is the poster boy of why fans shouldn't be allowed to vote for the All Stars---a position he has held every year of his All Star appearances...

I always root for the West to win and was glad to see them kick some butt...

I hate Doug Collins and really wish he would just go away---a crapy player, a crapy coach, and a crapy announcer---what a surprise Sqt. Carter...I think he mentioned Michael Jordan a total of 37 times last night...and at least once more back at his hotel while he was in the shower...

Garnett had an All Star illegal moving screen on Kobe, complete with pushing both his outstretched arms...

Labron and Allen Iverson (who looks like he's wearing a toupe), amoung others, had a lot of All Star travels as well...

I really like seeing Labron miss dunks...that may have been some real All Star highlights for me...

toward the end of the game I predicted the Kobe and Shaq joint MVP award----was that scripted or what?

but it was really a weird curious thing, it really felt good to see them together and win it together---maybe there could be something to the bring Shaq back as a reserve next year thing---I really don't care if people would say Kobe can't win a title without Shaq---I just want LA to reap a multitude of titles and ultimately pass the frickin' Celtics in that regard...

Is it Tuesday yet?

"you better free your mind instead"

"if he opens his big mouth again....it's lampshade time!"

AS ALWAYS, AS EVER, YET ANOTHER GREAT DAY (AND SEASON) TO BE A LAKER FAN !!!

GO LAKERS !!!

I don't know about the rest of you, but Kobe's attitude in the post game interview was selfish and uncalled for.
Here you had Shaq sincerely appreciating what once was, and Kobe dismissed him like a has-been unworthy of being on the same stage with the almighty Kobe.
Shame on you Kobe, would it have been so hard to play the "They were the best of times, worst of times" card?
You play act all the time in front of the camera anyway.
Here's to you Shaq, for helping me to remember the great championship teams of the past and just what a phenomenal player you were and still (on occasion) are. And also for helping me to remember that if it weren’t for Kobe's self-centered "the world revolves around me" persona, you would probably still be a Laker.
I hope at the end of your career, someone does the same to you. You deserve it.
POSTED BY : Do you see what I see,

NO I DON'T SEE WHAT YOU SEE, I watched the whole show and not once did Kobe dis Shaq in any way. I think you have some deep seated hatred for Kobe for some reason and it shows. SEEK HELP, Kobe is playing team ball, EVERY announcer has acknowledged this, as well as his teammates, You SIR HAVE A PROBLEM

131-92

have some coffee and wake up. ASW hangover?!

I must admit that I guffawed aloud when LeBron missed that uncontested dunk in the last minute of the game.

I still can't believe the West's players gave him a free "do-over" in the waining seconds of the game.

That was lame.

Lakers Today... Lakers Tomorrow... Lakers Forever.

GO LAKERS!

We seem to forget all the crap Shaq has spewed. Kobe deserves props for letting bygones be bygones even when Shaq was in Miami.

Those that believe it's all contrived that shaq was just giving the media what they wanted needs to read Roland Lazenby.

Anyways my opinion yawner of an all star game. Only coz the west, like the Lakers were too tall, too fast and too good LOL.

lakersrydeordie, ouchhhhhhhhh, Jon K.

Did you guys see lebrons face after the missed dunk? The king was feeling more like the courts jester right about then.

mor3e thoughts or so,

I was really glad (but not surprised) at how well Pau played .... he should have been a starter...

McCain said how much they will miss Terry Porter and how he is a "great coach"---if he was so great of a coach, he would not have been fired seemingly...

trades are coming around the league, always an interesting time of desperation and genius manuvering...

Is it Tuesday yet?

GO LAKERS !!!

"Butler,

Why do you misspell the players names? I've never understood that.

Suns won't take off. They might do a bit better but I'd say ninth place is still about right. Coaching changes mid season usually aren't the making of a championship team, or a team that will make the finals which the Suns currently aren't.

And Shaq better than Dwight? Shaq's got savvy but he's got no elevation, and also can't sustain that level of play for consecutive games. So not sure what you smoked right before you said that."

Longtime, I misspell names becuz there's lots of pretentiousness out there in the NBA world, so I see it as my role to poke fun at the primadonnas.

Suns at least will have coach that they don't block out - Porter had no one's respect, and was a poor communicator to boot. He's a Trailblazer, not a SUN!!

Until D-How wins some rings, Shack is the best. Shack's got elevation, didn't you watcH?

I thought Kobe was low-key and respectful but you could see he wanted no part of what Shaq was slinging. At this point he just want's to be done with it.

I actually liked watching Kobe & Pau together better than Kobe & Shaq.

I also think it is funny that the people talking up Shaq's greatness are mostly in Phx and the Suns would like nothing more than to dump his $20 mil this year and next on some other loser team.

With regards to Shaq and Kobe...Remember the good times but never forget the bad times.....No thanks...The guy crapped on to many people to ever be allowed to become a Laker again.....No way

I didn't think it got worse than mimes, and then I saw breakdancing mimes. And then a giant breakdancing mime.

What, was the Blue Man Group busy?


Did anyone notice what Rick posted?
"All-Star weekend was fun, but now it's back to basics. In case you missed it, NYT Magazine has an in-depth look at the impact of the +/- on the game and the value of a player.

http://tinyurl.com/amwlqt

Looking forward now to Tuesday's Roll Call."

Posted by: Rick Friedman | February 16, 2009 at 06:30 AM

It's a great piece of journalism, I think Luke must read this article... but i don´t know what he's gonna do with that inspirational information

Props to Korey... i agree with everything you said.

but with even Phil talking about a Shaq reunion next year....ehhh. some of us still have memories and yes, it's wise to forgive and forget... but where in that old cliche does it state "make the same mistake again?"

don't bring Shaq back. Thanks for the memories but let's keep them what they were. Memories. It's not 99-02 anymore.

What's up Lakerville!
It would have been nice if Kobe was the solo recipient but it doesn't mean anything to him anymore at this point. He has bigger fish (or trophies) to fry. It was good to walk down memory lane with Kobe and Shaq's 2-man game but walks down memory lanes always come to an end. We're always brought back to reality. Shaq, thanks for the memories but we have a better team now. We love our current team... not sure how you would fit in anymore what with your huge ego, which doesn't shrink even if your tummy does.

Kudos to Pau on a solid game. It may have been a meaningless game but Kobe showed everyone who's the best. He came out firing and made sure they wouldn't lose this year. I was getting a warm feeling watching the Celtics and Crabs stay out of the spotlight. It might just be me but I bet if Kobe and LeCrab switched teams, Kobe would have been playing hard for the East even if they were losing and possibly rallying his team to victory.

Now let's go get that ring! Go Lakers!

And yes, I fervently prayed that Kobe and Pau wouldn't turn an ankle or get injured in a meaningless game.

how can we pass the article to Kobe- the one about Battier defends him

Getting to see Kobe and Shaq show us some flashbacks was nice, but we all know they aren't going to end up as teammates in the Lakers. They played nice in their time together but I doubt they are both over all they went through. In any case I feel that they both deserved the MVP award for their contributions in that great win over the East.

-Ana Gil

Hey K-Brothers, Cheikh Samb is on the move........

KOBE SHOULD START PASSING THE BALL BECAUSE OF HIM WE LOST PLAYOFFS HE TRIES TO HARD HE CANT EVEN MAKE FROM THE FREE THROW LINE..HE NEEDS TO LEARN HOW TO PLAY BALL ILL BALL HIM UP MYSELF AM THE TRUE ALL-STAR IN THE NBA..

KOBE DOESNT DESERVE TO BE MVP.........XD

i wanted to know did shaq have a great childhood ar did have a bad one or was it ok? because im doing a powerpoint for a PAP class


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