Written By, Clifford;
Oh, sure he can, Mike. Phil Jackson suggested as much in his memoir regarding Kobe’s penchant for shooting at all costs—floor balance and team cohesiveness be damned.
Yes, the Lakers’ shooting from the field and the charity stripe was putrid against Indiana Tuesday night—so much so that Kobe’s 42.8% “marksmanship” against the Pacers on 12 for 28 shooting actually looked good. But Kobe’s ten turnovers were done all by himself—as were his blown defensive assignments—neither of which anyone in the media bothered to mention for fear of ruffling his Highness’ feathers and risking his icy stare during press conferences, I guess… N
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