Los Angeles Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant has played in a lot of playoff games. While discussing the move of Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett from the Boston Celtics to the Brooklyn Nets, Kobe revealed that was his favorite playoff series.
“When we played against them, you saw really good basketball,” Kobe said, via the Boston Herald. “You saw smart players, unselfish players who played both ends of the floor, multi-faceted players.
“So of course I’d hoped for a team like that to stick together, because that’s the maximum level of competition that you’re going to have. I mean, that 2010 series is my favorite series of all time, just because it was the most competitive one. It was the most difficult one. I mean, we’re going against four future Hall of Famers. That doesn’t happen too often.”
Neither team is doing particularly well at the time and it could simply be the end of an era.
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