Wow!! Speechless!

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    Kobe Bean Bryant, another triple double!!!

    Still showing he is the man.

    Is it any wonder that he is so often compared to the great MJ?

    When is the last time Paul Pierce got a triple double? Just sayin'

    Have a very blessed night!

    [/QUOTE]  Bloggety Bloop,  Seriously, a fan told me that Kobe Bryant is playing while bone on bone in at least one of his knees.  Is this accurate, bull or is information not available?  Please reply, if possible.  Thank You.  Have a very blessed night, also. 


     
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    Let's call it a timely assist!

     

    It is hard to judge just how much Kobe Bryant is hurting.

    It’s because he doesn’t give in to his body, he just keeps pushing through the pain. He keeps playing, keeps pressing forward and pushing his team with a Terminator like will. He can be slowed by pain, he may miss shots with a broken finger, but he does not stop. Ever.

    But Kobe’s right knee — the one he had surgery on this past summer for a third time in his 15 seasons — is bad and that is why he has been sitting out team practices this year, he told Peter Vecsey of the New York Post.

    “Because I have very little cartilage under my right knee cap, it’s almost bone on bone…

    “You know how competitive and combative I am on the court,” he said. “There’s nothing I like better than to practice. In fact, I like practice more than the games, because I get to go at my teammates hard. That’s when you find out what they’re made of, how much you can push some to get the most out of ’em, and how you have to back off others so you don’t lose ’em…

    “So, in order to protect my knee and avoid a situation like last year (where he had to have his knee drained of fluid during the playoffs), we decided before the season to sacrifice the team’s intensity by minimizing wear and tear as much as possible.”

    After the ugly string of Lakers games around Christmas, Kobe scrapped that plan and has come back to practice to pick up the intensity. He also has picked up the intensity of therapy on his knee so he can get through all this.

    We’ve seen what bone-on-bone knee pain has done to Brandon Roy. It should make Lakers fans — and just fans of basketball — take a step back and really appreciate what Bryant does on the court right now. Because at some point soon he will not be able to push past the knee pain any more, the elevation won’t be quite the same on the jump shot, the explosion heading to the rim will be missing.

     
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    You just told a fellow poster that you were unable to find any information on KB's bone on bone condition! Hmmmm interesting!

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    "Not sure about the bone on bone in his at least 1 of his knees. The information is unavailable as far as what I can find out. Kobe often plays with injuries and does not disclose too much to the media even if he has a physical issue."

     

    Putting deceipt aside, it is great to see that MD is fitting right in with his new team! 

    "Hey coach can I borrow one of those?"

     
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    You just told a fellow poster that you were unable to find any information on KB's bone on bone condition! Hmmmm interesting!

    Putting deceipt aside, it is great to see that MD is fitting right in with his new team! 

    "Hey coach can I borrow one of those?"

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    "“Because I have very little cartilage under my right knee cap, it’s almost bone on boneâ€"

    No, I could find anything where KB has said that he is experiencing bone on bone in either of knees. Even the 2 year old article that you found does not say that - - as referenced above.

    The word almost only counts in horse shoes and hand grenades my friend.

    Have a very blessed day!

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    Almost a bone on bone condition, in 2011! That picture kind of grows on ya doesn't it!

     
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    Hmmm! Celtics winning percentage is 545 and the Lakers winning percentage is 500! With Kobe on his last leg, I am guessing this is as close as LA will get! 

    Frustrate well my delusional friend!

     
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    That is the best response you could come up with? Have you looked at Kobe's shooting percentage this year? If he keeps shooting at that rate and leads the league in scoring, then I am pretty sure most Laker fans will not be too disappointed come June 2013.

    Have a very blessed day!

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    Like I said, only DUMB Laker fans want Kobe to lead the league in scoring.

    Not even the greatest ever, MJ, sustained something like that. Sooner or later Kobe will burn out. Kobe's averaging 36 minutes per game. A 34-year old is not supposed to play that many minutes.

    How about this, if Kobe and Lakers get eliminated in the playoffs, as expected, are you man enough to apologize to Dfury? 

    I mean since you're so confident that the Lakers will make it to the Finals, why don't you make a pledge to apologize to Dfury for mocking the Celtics this season. Are you man enough to accept this challenge?

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    I have first hand knowledge that says NO, he is not.

     

     
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    Wow!! Now you are comparing Kobe to MJ. Wonders never cease my friend.

    ROTFLMAO!!!

    What kind of challenge is that? I do not mock Celtic fans. I just tell the truth and Celtics fans get offended. I cannot help that.

    Have a very blessed day!

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    It's simple, if MJ couldn't do it, it's a guarantee that Kobe can't do it. Simple as that.

    Don't try to change the subject. You don't mock Celtic fans, you offend them. Fine!

    Now back to the challenge. Are you man enough to apologize to Dfury if the Lakers don't win a championship this season?

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    Ask him if he gets offended when Celtics fans tell the truth about the lakers!

    He is a liar and a welcher,  he will never apologize to DFury!!  He has no class.

     
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