Kellerman opposed Clark's idea of putting Kone among the top 15 players of the decade, instead revealed his thought that he would be on the "all-NBA worst team."
“He should be on the All-NBA worst team, actually.”
At that point, Qerim walked off set and shouted, "Goodbye!"
Molly walked off the @FirstTake set after Max Kellerman said "Kobe Bryant is on the All-Decade worst team."
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Kellerman then spent the rest of the segment theatrically looking at his phone and yelling out stats. Clark and Kellerman had a fair and unarguable first team that featured Stephen Curry, James Harden, LeBron James, Kevin Durant, and Kawhi Leonard.
Kobe averaged around 26 points per game between 2010-13 but had his game degraded after he suffered Achilles injury ahead of the 2014 season.