how many of these were recently? these are his 'best' dunks....
he's not as explosive as he used to be, I'm not sure who would argue that.
those were some sick highlights
Kobe can play below the rim, as a matter of fact he mostly does. And I think he does to save his legs. He isnt the leaper he was and he hasnt been for about 2 seasons now, but he's still capable of taking over games the same way. He doesnt have to as often, but (as evidence, the game 5 against Utah in the playoffs) he can change the complexion of games when he wants to prove something.
hes not in his prime athletically i think he knows tht and thts why he has work on his skills heaps so he can still impact the game which he definately has.
His skills are just crazy plus although he isnt in his prime with his legs, the dude can still jump and is athletic regardless
Kobe is fine (no homo) he has pau now he doesn't have to do everything like he was but if he had to he would but he doesn't have and with odam and ron ron there has numbers will go down again because he's fallin back so he can try to get rings but don't get it twisted jus because he's fallin back doesn't mean he's fallin
cool highlights. hes getting older what do you expect?
haha i love how kobe haters look for znything to bash kobe on. When did u see MJ flying above the rim in his 30's like he used to when he was younger? Of course he is a step slower and not quite the leaper like he used to be, but he is still quicker and more athletic than most players in the league. Besides he is the most skilled player in the league so he doesn't have to out-jump everyone anymore. He beats players because of his knowledge of the game. I bet if he really wanted to he could still throw down sick dunks on the regular but he saves his legs for the long season. It's called being a smart basketball player
Who said he hasnt lost a step?? Anyone who can honestly say that an athlete, in his 30s isnt losing a step or two is super bias and maybe a little delusional.