Originally Posted by SteelersinCA
You have to acknowledge the opposite as well, Rev. LBJ's stats have remained pretty consistent the past 3 years. He may be at his Zenith now. If he gets help his numbers surely will go down because he has to do less. He might win some rings but I don't think he's going to up the numbers. 07-08 appears to be his best year statistically. Just an observation.
That's not true at all...his stats are better this year, and he's still got a lot of room for improvement concerning FT, 3 FG% and defensively i think he'll continue to get better.
As for the game yesterday, Kobe had the better numbers, but LBJ's team won the game, and that's all that counts (at least that's what all the Kobe fans said when the situation was reversed).