Wednesday, February 24, 2010


Today's little snippet comes from Woody Paige. This is in response to J.A. Adande calling Kobe Bryant the best player in the league at making difficult shots:

I find it funny J.A. said he's (Kobe Bryant) the toughest shot shooter in the league. That's like saying any landing is a good landing. All landings on planes I'm on, when it gets on the ground--same way if the shot goes in, that's not a tough shot.

No idea what Woody was trying to say about planes. Whatever. The shot thing is utterly moronic. Just because the shot goes in doesn't mean that it lacked a greater degree of difficulty. I don't care what you say, Lebron dunking on Nate Robinson is easier than Derek Fisher putting up a shot with 0.4 seconds left and Manu Ginobli on his hip.

Paige is old.

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