Kobe Finally 100% Healthy?

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  1. kobeownslebron

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    He had a season high 41 points last night, which is his highest scoring total since last year's West Finals.

    Kobe has clearly looked quicker and more agile in the last few games compared to how he did in preseason and the beginning of the season. He's even had a few dunks here and there.

    Do you think he's finally 100% healthy?
     
  2. CelticKing

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    Nice sig buddy. ;)

    Kobe looks good, but whats up with losing to Indiana at home?
     
  3. kobeownslebron

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    I don't know I just think the Lakers halfassed like they do so often and it came back to bite them.

    The interior D was horrible which is why we need Bynum back.

    But the Pacers aren't a bad team they're now 8-7 and I wouldn't be shocked if they snuck into the playoffs.
     
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    i think they toned down a bit when they saw that kobe was on a roll honestly...
     
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    TO answer your question CelticKing, the extended minutes on Gasol for not having a backup center is starting to show. Pau look tired in that fourth quater and Lakers got outrebounded and out hustled not to mentioned the f**k up by Artest on not calling a time out with 7 sec left, thus causing a horrible shot at the end...i've noticed the four losses the lakers have had have been because of lack of execution/concentration.

    Things they should correct as the season goes on.

    I hate that Bynum is lagging.
     
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    I agree with Pablo23, the Lakers will need Bynum's production in order to have a healthy Gasol in the playoffs.
     
  7. CelticKing

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    Yeah, watched the end of last nights game vs MEM, and again Artest made a mistake by not giving the ball back to Kobe, since he got into his spot for a three. You could see Kobe was pissed as they started walking towards the locker room.

    You guys should have signed Dampier to help until Bynum returns.
     
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    Artest is so freaking retarded sometimes. He should've shot the ball when he caught it, instead he pump faked and got blocked.
     

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