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For much of Kobe's career the almighty 3 was not the be-all end-all like it is in today's game. While he was a shell of himself near the end, during his prime years he was probably one of the best ever who was known for his work ethic along with his skill. He very much had that Jordan mentality. The more you find out about the crash, the more tragic it becomes for all those involved.
jon wrote:Well then we don't agree on the importance of 3 point shooting. I'm not going to continue out of respect for what happened.
It’s not that we disagree, it’s a time difference. The 3 point shot is MASSIVELY important to the game today, too much if you ask me. A part of me misses the “big man with his back to the basket” style of the 90s.