My old roommate is still under the illusion that Michael Jordan is better than Kobe Bryant. His name is OB and I can almost guarantee you that he will post in the comment section in this article. Dude has an ‘Air Jordan’ logo tattooed on his back and every time he gets drunk, he’ll find a way to defend the infamous 1998 NBA Finals ‘push-off’ against the Utah Jazz. We all know it was an offensive foul. Even a former NBA referee said it. The last second shot enabled the Chicago Bulls to defeat the Utah Jazz and coin the term ‘three-peat’ as they collected their third consecutive title.
Tomorrow, we will see Kobe drop forty points and eventually lead the Lakers to back-to-back titles, which will obviously manifest into the coveted ‘three-peat’ this time next year. Look, you don’t have to believe me. I’m just a dude that has a strong tendency to watch Adult Swim at 3am on a Tuesday night. Listen to The Last Emperor. Fedor has the power to change planetary alignment with just one overhand right. In an interview with SovSports.ru, Fedor says the Los Angeles Lakers will defeat the Boston Celtics in game seven. It’s not a prediction, it’s a proclamation.
“Last year when I was in LA, it was such a big joy to watch NBA Finals live. I met with the players, and I was really excited to see Lakers’ victory. I think this time Lakers will win again, in seven games.”
Take that every Phoenix Suns fan who had their heart shattered earlier this week. You know you’re out there. Stuck in your fortress of solitude and disappointment. No, not the place where Superman goes to contemplate. I was referring to your parent’s basement. Props to Igor for the translation. [Source]