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Kobe Bryant Causes Drought in California

Casey HCorrespondent IJune 5, 2008

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger declared Wednesday that California has officially fallen into a drought. This is the first time California has declared a drought since 1991. But why has the weather taken a sudden turn for the worse? The answer is simple.

Kobe Bryant.

You don't think there's a reason why the same year Cal goes into a drought the Lakers go to the finals? It's simple.

He's been a strong leader, became MVP, and most importantly he makes it rain on the court.

He's been playing so well that he has left no rain for the rest of the state. Until the Lakers beat the Celtics, the state of California will be stuck in a drought.

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