who would have a better season in the nba next season(when ever that is)? will it be lebron james or kob e bryant? i myself find it hard to have tocompare this two guys on who would have a better career next season
The one who doesnt use ALL CAPS
Why the hell do you keep yelling in your posts?
he was clearly exited and then it tapered off during the actual post...back on topic, I think Lebron has the better season(Stats and Fan Appeal) but I believe Kobe has the better overall year(Team Record and Major Milestones in career points)...
We already seen what Kobe does when he comes off a let down season. We seen what Bron does when he comes back from a let down season lol soooo looking like Kobe 4 MVP
“I get asked about it often, but the answer is always the same – this is where I’m eligible for an extension,” Curry said. “I want to stay in Golden State and secure a future with the team. I’m not going to let the negotiations [interfere] with what I’m doing on the court. When the right offer comes, I’m ready. If not … then we’ll wait until next summer.
It will be important, however, for Lee to at least fill the open shooting guard role in the starting lineup to at least start the season. With Avery Bradley out for rough the first two months of the season, it will be important for Lee to answer the call and make sure he can provide the team with some nice minutes. bsg3443456t34
Jason Terry is much more comfortable in the sixth man role, so there is no need to mess with that. Besides him, there are really no other pure guards that you can count on as Dionte Christmas and Jamar Smith are far too unproven to warrant meaningful minutes at this juncture.nvndfgh
I always felt Lee would be the type of player that would fit in seamlessly with a new team, especially a team with championship aspirations. He doesn’t always need the ball in his hands and has always been a willing defender, dating back to his days at Western Kentucky.vadf2323
At the end of the day, Allen insists he did what was best for himself and everybody he’s close to. Sure, Miami gives him a better chance at another ring, but Allen admits that the money was better in Miami too. Who in their right mind wouldn’t leave an employer they feel undervalues them for a better situation that’s going to give you a significant pay raise?