Skip to comments.Football Legend Jim Brown Calls Out Kobe Bryant On Arsenio Hall Show
Posted on 12/12/2013 10:56:13 PM PST by BenLurkin
He threw Shaq under the bus, said Brown referring to the well-documented riff between Bryant and former teammate Shaquille ONeal. And he is somewhat confused about culture, because he was brought up in another country so he doesnt quite fit whats happening in America.
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Thought he was referring to Obama...or maybe he was....indirectly.
Boy there sure are a lot of kobe lovers and Brown haters on the site.
Brown is a muzzie IIRC and so is shaq....two muzzies sticking together for the "brothers".....whatever....
I heard he criticized Obama some. Gave him a C- or something.
But the most amazing thing to me is that Arsenio Hall has a show of ome kind.
And Kobe is what? A rich adulterer who thinks he’s entitled? I don’t give squat for athletes and actors, all overpaid and over hyped and over celebrated!
Arsenio Hall has a show?
(Don't tell, but
the secret is that it's not Arsenio, but rather the perennially-on-TV Ted Danson in blackface
Jim Brown was a lot easier to stomach when he was running through and around San Huff and throwing teenage black girls out of
motel windows in Cleveland.
Great athlete that has spent the last 50 years whining about a white society that made him incredibly wealthy and famous and excused behavior that would have landed any other man in jail for those same 50 years.
Brown sure revealed himself as a loser when he wrote his nasty little autobiography.
Kobe is one of the most arrogant faces I’ve seen.
And I like Arsenio. He was great on celebrity apprentice.
The heck with all of them. Professional athletes and actors are famously stupid. I don’t go to movies or pro sporting events and I buy as few products endorsed by these turds as possible.
Never liked Jim Brown’s cocky attitute. But with that said, he was the greatest running back so far who has ever played the game. He played only nine years and averaged over a 100 yards a game. No one has ever done that.
That is a Major Major Major Major scoop!
It would be interesting to see what would have happened if Bo Jackson hadn't suffered his career-ending hip injury during his third season.
The only NFL running back to average more yards per carry than Bo Jackson is Jim Brown.
I know a guy who put the 'greatest running back ever' question in nicely workable terms:
If you had one yard to get, who would you give the ball to?
If you had five yards to get, who would you give the ball to?
If you had 25 yards to get (assume your QB can't pass) who would you hand off to?
If you had a rb to hand off to for his whole career, who would you want it to be?
For the record, I like the answers: Earl Campbell, Jim Brown, Gale Sayers and Walter Payton, respectively.
Brown was a great running back. Serious problems in his personal life can’t take his athletic record away. He made some money acting as well. Not Oscar material.