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    Default I'm So Happy That Even This Came Across My Mind

    Would you offer Kobe a four-year max contract if we don't get LeBron and Wade?He still hasn't signed an extension.And really, 30 year old Kobe is still > then the other FAs.This is just talking offer wise, not the likelyhood of it actually happening.

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    I'd rather get LeBron or Wade because they can play the next 7/8 years at the highest level and Kobe will be rockin for 2 more years at best.

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    No way it's going to happen. Kobe will retire as a Laker and if not the greatest, one of the greatest. He's not going anywhere. LA is his kingdom and he's not leaving it for anything.

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    Would I? hell yes. Kobe is a great player and would bring a ring no doubt.

    But would He? not a chance in hell. He loves LA

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    Originally Posted by Ewing
    I'd rather get LeBron or Wade because they can play the next 7/8 years at the highest level and Kobe will be rockin for 2 more years at best.
    I'm not sure that I buy this. Jordan was the best player in the league through ages 35/36. Kobe is only 31. Now, to be fair, Kobe has more miles on him than Jordan did at his current age because Kobe came straight out of high school.

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    Originally Posted by keyser soze
    I'm not sure that I buy this. Jordan was the best player in the league through ages 35/36. Kobe is only 31. Now, to be fair, Kobe has more miles on him than Jordan did at his current age because Kobe came straight out of high school.
    Kobe is still the best player in the NBA. One of the only players EVER to have the killer instinct to put games away like Jordan did. It would make my dreams come true if Kobe signed with the Knicks. But this is completely out of the question. Kobe won't leave LA, but damn it would be nice.

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    Originally Posted by NYKnuniversity
    Kobe is still the best player in the NBA. One of the only players EVER to have the killer instinct to put games away like Jordan did. It would make my dreams come true if Kobe signed with the Knicks. But this is completely out of the question. Kobe won't leave LA, but damn it would be nice.

    Oh, I completely agree. NO CHANCE Kobe leaves LA. I was just saying . . . I think the dude has more than two top years left.

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    I agree. I grew up in orange county so im also a fan of the lakers out west. I dont see kobe burning out anytime soon. He wont allow it.

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    it still boggles my mind that he hasn't signed an extension yet.i suppose its possible as small as the possiblity is.kobe has always been fond of msg, mny and the knicks.it would not surprise me if he came here at all.so yeah, if the cavs win the ship, and kobe decides to leave, then i prefer him to wade.

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    And, unlike other players who love D'Antoni, but didn't want to sign here, Kobe's favorite player growing up is D'Antoni.That's why he wore the number 8.Not saying this means anything, but yeah.

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