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VIDEO: Samuel L. Jackson Doesn’t Think Kobe Will Win His Sixth Ring

Fans and the media have been in heated debates about the chances of Kobe Bryant winning another championship in the final two seasons of his career.

Recently, actor Samuel L. Jackson gave his personal opinion to TMZ about Kobe Bryant winning his sixth ring, which would obviously tie him with Michael Jordan.

When asked about Bryant’s chances, Jackson said it is possible to win another ring, but as a head coach in the league.

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Jackson was also asked about former Lakers coach Phil Jackson signing with the New York Knicks, and he was uncertain that the Lakers could be successful without having the 11-time NBA champion.

The actor has been a Lakers fan for a long time and his brutally honest answers showcase the current state of the Lakers this season. With 16 games left in the season, many can only wonder what’s in store for the Lakers this off-season. With ample cap room and a high draft pick, it will be interesting to see what route the franchise takes.
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  • Lakerallday

    Real talk about Phil Jackson! Not sure about the kobe statement though.

  • LakersHeatBeef

    I say never bet against perhaps the greatest player ever Kobe Bryant.He can do it.

    • whoisthis

      “Greatest Player ever”, perhaps…I love kobe, but…..

  • LakersHeatBeef

    It might be in a Ray Allen type role on a contender but Kobe will get #6 IMO.

    • lakers_824

      this man said ray allen…..get the fuckkk outta here so DISRESPECTFUL (stevan a smith voice)

      • whoisthis

        That is correct. Kobe, was never MJ, after all of these injuries, now you expect him to be the same KOBE.

        Truth bites hard as spicy Thai food.

  • Shannon

    Well he might be right. The Lakers look like shit and Kobe is breaking down, unlike Ray Allen he could never be a “role player” and get a 6th ring. Haters and media alike already like to negate his first three rings. He can’t get away with having a limited role in wining another championship like say a Derek Fisher should OKC win this year.

    The Lakers Nation twitter needs to chill, whoever is running it needs to chill. Not everybody is “hating” when they say they don’t think he can get a 6th because with the way things are looking right now it’s a high possibility that may be the case.

  • Crystal

    I agree with him regarding Phil. That was the worst thing they could’ve done, turning Phil down for D’Antoni? Come on now. Future looks grim but I wouldn’t doubt Kobe, only time will tell.

    • whoisthis

      $12 million dollar a year!!! Phil would not budge!

  • KOBE24

    Lets not forget that people said he would not win won without shaq.

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