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NBA: Today, 4-14-16, which is the bigger story?

NBA: Today, 4-14-16, which is the bigger story?


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radcen

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NBA: Today, 4-14-16, which is the bigger story?

Kobie's last game last night?

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Warriors winning 73rd game (breaking all-time team single season win record)?
 

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For the night: Kobe's end, because it was the greater surprise and lasted down to 4.1 seconds.

After tonight, perhaps Golden State, but in posterity the fact that each occurred on the same night will mean very little going forward. Documentaries and stories about Kobe's career will discuss the final night of his career in isolation from the other games that played last night. Golden State mythology will look to the entirety of the season's accomplishments and then use last night as a capstone. Then occasionally you will have some folks produce materials that bring back the fact that this was on the same night and make it kind of a special moment unto itself.
 

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NBA: Today, 4-14-16, which is the bigger story?

Kobie's last game last night?

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Warriors winning 73rd game (breaking all-time team single season win record)?

The Bryant performance was sad joke. What the Warriors did was record setting and a great moment for the league.
 

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Warriors was the bigger accomplishment, but Kobe was the bigger story.
 
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