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KAYBEE24
12-31-2010, 03:14 PM
*Playoff data compiled from each year the player had a starting role.
*Bold indicates a Finals appearance
*Underline indicates a Championship

Kobe's playoff record:

2000: 15-7
2001: 15-1 (most dominant postseason in history)
2002: 15-4
2003: 6-6
2004: 13-9
2005: N/A
2006: 3-4
2007: 1-4
2008: 14-9
2009: 16-7
2010: 16-7

Total: 112-58 (66% Winning record in the playoffs)

Lebron's playoff record:

2003: N/A
2004: N/A
2005: N/A
2006: 7-6
2007: 12-8
2008: 7-6
2009: 10-4
2010: 6-5

Total: 42-29 (59% Winning record in the playoffs)


Lebron's playoff series record against 50-Win-Teams: 1-5

brb_ballin
12-31-2010, 03:30 PM
Kobe's best 3 playoff teammates: Shaq, Gasol and (take your pick: Odom, Fisher, Artest, Horry)
LeBron's best 3 playoff teammates: Mo Williams, Boozer and Jamison


as much as i lol @ Lebron fan boys getting shut up at 5 rings - o rings... Kobe has had a MUCH better supporting cast

KAYBEE24
12-31-2010, 03:37 PM
Kobe's best 3 playoff teammates: Shaq, Gasol and (take your pick: Odom, Fisher, Artest, Horry)
LeBron's best 3 playoff teammates: Mo Williams, Boozer and Jamison


as much as i lol @ Lebron fan boys getting shut up at 5 rings - o rings... Kobe has had a MUCH better supporting cast

i have never heard this before

jimbogr
12-31-2010, 03:50 PM
I'm just sorry I couldn't be the one to push you into the red

KAYBEE24
12-31-2010, 03:52 PM
I'm just sorry I couldn't be the one to push you into the red

*looks at sig* i'm sorry i couldn't either

AsylumSeeker
12-31-2010, 05:02 PM
Kobe's best 3 playoff teammates: Shaq, Gasol and (take your pick: Odom, Fisher, Artest, Horry)
LeBron's best 3 playoff teammates: Mo Williams, Boozer and Jamison


as much as i lol @ Lebron fan boys getting shut up at 5 rings - o rings... Kobe has had a MUCH better supporting cast
Agreed 100%, but LeBron didn't even get the chance to play in the playoffs with Boozer, though. More like Mo Williams, Larry Hughes and Drew Gooden.

lovebbing
12-31-2010, 06:50 PM
*Playoff data compiled from each year the player had a starting role.
*Bold indicates a Finals appearance
*Underline indicates a Championship

Kobe's playoff record:

2000: 15-7
2001: 15-1 (most dominant postseason in history)
2002: 15-4
2003: 6-6
2004: 13-9
2005: N/A
2006: 3-4
2007: 1-4
2008: 14-9
2009: 16-7
2010: 16-7

Total: 112-58 (66% Winning record in the playoffs)

Lebron's playoff record:

2003: N/A
2004: N/A
2005: N/A
2006: 7-6
2007: 12-8
2008: 7-6
2009: 10-4
2010: 6-5

Total: 42-29 (59% Winning record in the playoffs)


Lebron's playoff series record against 50-Win-Teams: 1-5

your a dumbass. this is basketball, kobe is not a quarterback who accounts for most of the team.

the lakers - kobe = still a good team

the cavs - lebron = ****tiest of the ****ty

december 2010 kobe dicksucking troll plz go

KAYBEE24
01-01-2011, 08:12 AM
your a dumbass. this is basketball, kobe is not a quarterback who accounts for most of the team.

the lakers - kobe = still a good team

the cavs - lebron = ****tiest of the ****ty

december 2010 kobe dicksucking troll plz go

so a team with Kobe just magically won 5 championships and a team with Lebron has been unable to win even one....

sounds like neither player has any impact on whether their team wins or not

adoniscomplex
01-01-2011, 08:20 AM
why didnt you mention the first 4 years of kobe being in the league but you did with lebron

if you are starting kobe in 2000 then you need to start lebron in 2007

kobe was drafted in 96
lebron 2003
its not really fair to compare their careers at this point

KAYBEE24
01-01-2011, 09:28 AM
why didnt you mention the first 4 years of kobe being in the league but you did with lebron

if you are starting kobe in 2000 then you need to start lebron in 2007

kobe was drafted in 96
lebron 2003
its not really fair to compare their careers at this point

read phaggot


*Playoff data compiled from each year the player had a starting role.

TheVM
01-01-2011, 09:59 AM
2000: 15-7
2001: 15-1 (most dominant postseason in history)
2002: 15-4
2003: 6-6
2004: 13-9
2005: N/A
2006: 3-4
2007: 1-4
2008: 14-9
2009: 16-7
2010: 16-7

Total: 112-58 (66% Winning record in the playoffs)

are those Kobe's stats or are those the Laker's stats???


/thread

lol you mad?

KAYBEE24
01-01-2011, 10:24 AM
are those Kobe's stats or are those the Laker's stats???


/thread

lol you mad?

The Lakers stats with Kobe on those teams as the sidekick in the first 3 titles and the main guy since.

The Cavs stats with Lebron on those teams as the main guy have brought nothing but failure

you mad?

thefederalist
02-15-2013, 06:03 PM
lol