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"shad kobe" Discussed on Scoop B Radio | #SCOOPBRADIO | Brandon Robinson

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"shad kobe" Discussed on Scoop B Radio | #SCOOPBRADIO | Brandon Robinson

"We'll hey. We especially these elite. Listen I regardless man. A lot of good finals happened in this decade I wish we would have more game six and game sevens. Like the like the nineties. The two thousand ten, but. They did the decade pretty much La's San Antonio Man. A sprinkle of Detroit a sprinkle of Dallas in Boston. And stuff like that, but just a just dominating Arafah for Shad Kobe Tim Duncan the spurs and the Lakers man. And I think anybody WHO's here. This show who has who has never seen these games never heard of these a finals match ups. Go ahead, check it out on Youtube pretty much. Check out the Games. Check out the D. Wave, stuff and most six checkout Kobe shot in two thousand Salata moments a lot of great games in. The bottom line is this is fun going down memory lane with you for almost two decades where we're approaching twenty years of Shatin, Kobe, winning their first title in another another muffs. Oh, no I'll be doing a show on that We also coming up on twenty five years. The rockets winning back-to-back titles. We are approaching ten years of the decision with Lebron going to Miami already ten ten years rows crazy. So, though those would be future shows on the retro. Room Scuba Man I. You hope you enjoyed it and I know we. Have you on Morgan Superman? Yes! We connected on a basketball lovers. Did this. You! GotTa do Nah Nah. I respect what you do a big fan of what you do for the game for the sport. Guy Who does it for for yourself in just? Because that's what that's what you love to do. You do it for the likes to clicks the clout. Do because you love it. I do the show because I love it and I had the the the knowledge for it and having people like balls likely behind did. Doing the thanked him, I really appreciate that more to come with the retro room and it's in the game podcast. When everyone come on man, hit me up. Let me know. Was Doing. School, be on twitter scoop underscored be on instagram against senior writer for heavy dot, com and the host of the school beep radio podcast. Go check it out. Scoop, man, thank you I appreciate it. I'm take it easy. This radio fame. You bring a coffee. Bring the Dunkin..

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"shad kobe" Discussed on High Noon

High Noon

10:25 min | 5 months ago

"shad kobe" Discussed on High Noon

"Win to. You couldn't give it any more than you still may defeat. The they went over there and as Gary V to wrap it up into game now. This is the myth. He did stuff that we did not see from anybody else and it was on the one hand like the performance of toughness absolutely. There's a theater to this a sense for the moment that he was clearly indulging in playing to you he was so good at that better than anybody else at that may be but then there's just the biology of it the physiology of it. How did he do this? How could he actually tolerate this stuff because all all of his life lecturing about how to be the Black Mamba Mamba mentality? This was real next quote. He was like a little brother to me. Say Michael Jordan in a statement Kobe pattern so much after Jordan from his internalizing slice through the fadeaway jumper Pablo. How do you compare are contrasted in the Jordan? He was clearly molded in his image. That's obvious right down to everything about them. How they carry themselves ultimately going with all of the look and feel of him but to me? It's amazing that Kobe Bryant carved out a niche that was so unique despite that kind of heritage he it was somebody who was unlike Mike and Enough ways a guy who leaned into being the villain as well as the hero right the whole Black Mamba think post Colorado it was messy messy and kind of hard to talk about still today but what was the legacy of that. He became a guy who was unrepentant in terms of. You don't like me. I don't care that was Michael Jordan in that way you look at their games and obviously you see what it is and they're competitive streaks are a little different because one thing that is fascinating is there. Kobe Bryant looked to be very very happy without NBA basketball. And Mike. Still trying to find something. That's the same as that. There was a big shock about a difference between the two of them through. That is what it would probably be. But he's he's the guy in that mold right. He's the only one to dare and try to climb that mountain in that way and at times it made things kind of a joke right. You're just like you are trying to be somebody else but I do think with a measure of distance you look at it and say it's not like he was out here trying to be some average dude is just trying to be as POPs. He was trying to be the guy at the top. The Guy who said that a perimeter player can't be the dominant guy. You build a team around which we never really seen before that happened. And then we wound up with number two last quote aw. I've shot too much from the time I was eight years old but too much is a matter of perspective. Some people thought Mozart had too many notes in his compositions said Kobe. The G. Q.. Magazine in two thousand fifteen so Bo. This is important question. Do you think Kobe shot too much. I wish he would told that too. Many notes thing to my face so I can look back. It'd be like that that's how we do now. Did he shoot too much shot a lot. We all know he shot a light on the basis of him. Shooting a lot was us. I have more faith in me than I have in anybody else at his believe that everybody else had more faith in him than they had in themselves which in many cases as you may have proven to be true was this was what it was and there was not a single shot that this do not think that he could make no matter how difficult it was. It was his admirable able as it was at times ridiculous so in short to me. Yes he shot way too much but also I am glad that he did. I am so glad that he never apologized. Is once for doing all the things that would drive me crazy if I was rooting for him and he was on my basketball team. And that's simply because the guy who references Mozart is the same guy who in his his office. Post retirement has portrait of Walt Disney and Steve Jobs and all of these luminaries. This guy who knows how to build a myth but also believes in it when he compares himself to Mozart and sees the entertainment angle of it. That's obviously hyper up hyperbolic kind of speech. But it's also so real to him and I loved that was. Yeah yeah the Watson of shoot all the time though. I don't know the gladness of it it was all this is happening. Maybe tobacco like what it was for me to watch him because the thing about him shooting too much. I don't think we talk about him shooting so much if it weren't in the context of having shocked the thing about having shack though that's interesting to look back on. It is by the time you get to two thousand and one I could argue shack had a better two thousand one finals. Kobe had a two thousand. Two thousand. One postseason you get to. Oh two or three. What we realized was he was actually passing shack? At that time he was becoming that dude. This'll some of those shots that look at him taking and I was like yeah. Why don't you throw the ball into the big man? I got a much better understanding. Now what it is like. You'll you'll realize the big man is right. You're working as hard as me. And it's like okay. Even if I don't agree I get all right coming up next. We've got more memories Koby we had to run with this one. Yup this is Matt Barnes and Kobe. NBA going to bump into each other thing this is also very nba but still fairly impressive. Here we go right there. I mean Kobe styles himself like a character out of kill bill sort of gunslinger character through to tough to brave. But this is it only. He behaves like that in front of Matt. Barnes right the first number one one fifteen to twenty seven. That was the final score of the game last year which Koby coaches daughters. AAU team running up the score after losing to the same team by one point two years. Prior Bob'll oh what. Was it like to see Kobe Himself and he goes in his daughters. Ut so on the one hand this is the caricature this is Kobe. Bryant preaching merciless. nece preaching ruthlessness the celebrating a ninety. Some odd point win but on the other hand Bo. This was humanizing in spite of all of that we got to see Kobe. The Dad we got to meet his family. We got not to have wrinkles into our understanding of a guy who was merciless and ruthless. Because he loved his kids that much or love winning that much. I don't look if you look at this baby. That's how much I love you. We're going to beat them by a hundred points. No this is how I am like what seems to be wild about that and then look on her face right. There were assist. You realize. Wait a minute. She's just like him on this kick. He happened to have a child who at the same competitive instinct that he had was had to make life a a whole lot easier. Because I had always imagined that playing on my dad's team if it's Kobe Bryant would be the most miserable experience in the world to somebody else but it was not to hurt his. Do who was out here. Coaching children to run the triangle. All she seemed to love every minute of it. It was as a doorbell as it would seem to be observed from here except as is there. Get down the next number two thousand because that's when Kobe through this iconic alleyoop to shack and game seven of the two thousand Western Conference Finals House against the trailblazers sending the Lakers to the NBA finals so Bo. What did the Lakers come back in this game representing Kobe's career as a couple of things one between the two of them? It may not have Ever better than this moment because if you think about this this is probably the most memorable moment of the Shad Kobe era and what is somewhat. Ironically it's Koby passing the ball all the shack the thing that we say that they would fight the fight against for the longest but this is where the wrong you start if they were down by eighteen late in this game and came roaring back the whole experiment seemed like it is failing until they made that moment happened. That's with this thing got real and after that moment happened. They were Sasha. Steamroller and it's to to the point where I look back now and I wonder. Do you think they got enough out of that. Pairing because so much was left on the table because of obviously shack leaving and all that controversy diversity behind the scenes but was it enough if it got left on the table is not about what happened after. It's about what happened before you hire Phil Jackson a year earlier rather than keeping dill Harrison bringing on curve ramp. Maybe you win a championship there. It's hard to say because Jack's body started breaking down. Now the thing to me is less about the feud breaking them up with the issue. It is the basis of it. Kobe looked at shack. was like you don't work hard enough if you worked as hard as me looking at where we would be if shack and worked harder in that way maybe his body holds up. Maybe that whole the thing goes but in the end that do had a level of ambition that was never going to work as being the second. Dude it's something I didn't appreciate at the time but now when I look back on it I'm like I see why it had to be that way numbers sixty. That's how many points. Kobe scored in the final game. His career win over the jazz. I feel watching Kobi's he's last game. It was on the one hand a perversion of basketball and on the other hand. Exactly exactly what I wanted. We talk all the time bowe about how we need to give people their roses while they can still smell them and this game was the end of the farewell tour that seemed to stretch on for years and Kobe. Bryant knew exactly how much everybody loved him and in return. What did he give us? He gave us another game where he took every shot. And that's what I wanted to think. He gave a damn about how much you loved him. Jimenez moment you think Coby was picking you right now. Kobe was like getting up last shots to get up. Because I came here to give bucket what I've always this. Come here to do is get buckets in the end. This is going to be some situation. We're Kobe was operating from the High Post and getting bug as everybody else. I don't even feel like they need to come up with a game plan before afford gay the Bay Area Academy was going to be in full effect for one last night he was gonna be the fresh prince. Yeah and there was no thought in my mind that even had to do with like field goal percentage because obviously like look at the numbers man. Okay not quite so accurate but the point is that there was a showmanship and whether he wanted to do it for me or not I was listened to Keanu Reeves. Talk to Stephen Colbert about death. And he said his thought about death was when people die those who loved love them. We'll miss them and that's all. There is with Kobe Bryant. I didn't love him as a dude by loved watching him. I loved this. And that's what's GonNa leave a big hole in in terms of my day to day life as words of wisdom from Keanu Reeves really. Yes I did not see that coming now for me. This is is just a big part of a lot of our lives. I think really in particular for people who are my age. This is stunning and humbling. Sort of mortality to the idea that this guy of all of us would have been a lot of people when Michael Jackson died. This had to be feeling. This is something that you had the ideas but for exceed says that Bill Russell to- Kobe Bryant rest in peace. ooh Didn't see their carbon. Thanks for joining US highly questionable as next rest in peace to Kobe Bryant..

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