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Kobe Bryant passed former Laker teammate and rival, Shaquille O’Neal, for fifth on the NBA’s all-time scoring list last night. So what does the Big TNT Analyst have to say about it?
Shaq says Kobe is the “Greatest Laker ever.” Is he serious? I’m left wondering about the sincerity of those remarks from the Big AARP.
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