I said if I'm not sure if he did it or not. But AT BEST, he cheated on his wife who just had his child. I can forgive many things, but I would never look up to him just because he's great at a sport.
He also said he wouldn't play for my home team who drafted him and they traded him to LA. I can't stand a child who demands playing for the team he wants when we really have no ideaif he'll be as good as people think.
All I'm saying is that Kobe has certainly did some things...conducted himself in ways that I didn't like.
But at the same time, I'd hope that people would forgive him and forget.
Kobe Bryant can be/has been a polarizing figure...but at the same time he's a human being.
He's also just reconciled with his wife.
I'm not making excuses for him, but at the same time can we take off the Green-Tinted glasses for a bit and just look at the Celtics-Lakers rivalry for tomorrow?
For all it's worth, these two Historically-Driven rivalries will run its course within the next couple of yrs, so I'm enjoying KG, Paul, Rondo, Kobe, Gasol - until then.
As a human being, I wish the best for Kobe.
As a Celtics Fan, I hope he goes 3 for 20, with 8 TOs and fouls out tomorrow night.