Kobe Bryant is riding high off his recent career milestone, breaking Michael Jordan’s all time scoring record of 32,292 points. That’s pretty sweet Kobe. Would be even sweeter if you could break that other pesky MJ record of 6 rings. Oh wait, that’s impossible.
Watching Kobe break an MJ record is great, superb, amazing yet depressing at the same time. All that hard work may seem to be paying off but in the grand scheme of things but it’s not. Why isn’t it? Well, just ask Kobe. How does Kobe define success? Championships. Duh.
Kobe will truly feel accomplished after he wins his sixth championship. Don’t hold your breath Black Mamba.
Kobe breaking this monumental record merely highlighted all of the daunting flaws and dismal talent the rest of the Lakers squad sadly embody. Great, thanks for the spotlight Kobe. This is just what the Lakers need instead of actually winning games. Hell, we might as well drop the Lakers and just call them Kobe. “Hey Steve, who are Spurs playing tonight?” “Oh they are playing Kobe.” Perfect.
No wonder Kobe is screaming to Mitch comparing the Lakers to Charmin Toilet Paper. Who likes Charmin anyways? Angel Soft Baby.
Anybody would be frustrated if they were Kobe. Since he was first drafted in the NBA in 1996, he has been working hard every single day of his life, hard enough to get to where he is today. A place in his much decorated life that will be celebrated more than Lebron leaving a penny in a “Take a Penny, Leave a Penny” tray at a local 7eleven. Thanks ESPN.
That’s all well and good for fans all around the world, but that’s not good enough for Kobe. All of that hard work won’t be worth anything unless Kobe deems it worthy. Which at the moment, he doesn’t.
Dammit Mitch, do something! Do something before it is too late!!
Don’t get up too fast now…..