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This couldn't get any better if it was scripted

As a Kobe-hater extraordinaire, I find this latest bit simply delicious. I don't know what the future holds for this pathetic saga, but one can only hope it includes an OJ-like ostracizing of the Laker's Chosen One.

Those who aspire to be the next Jordan should take heed of what has happened here: prove that you can win when you're the man before you get involved in extra-marital scandals. Then the public doesn't hate you as much. Oh, and listen to your lawyers when they tell you to not do press conferences.

Does Vanessa have to wait until the 10 year mark to get half? Or does she have a case for it already? I want answers, dammit!

I don't know when the Lakers will trade him, but I think that they will. The day cannot come soon enough, because I would like to resume my role as a Laker fan, something that has been taken from me by the Arrogant One.

Comments

Anonymous said…
That's because it actually is scripted. For a number of years now Stern has been slowly transitioning the NBA into the Professional Wrestling format.

brian
GalakticAck said…
You sir, are helping to reaafirm(sp?) my faith in the Lakers nation. Kudos, you are a scholar AND a gentleman.

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