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Perhaps you'll approve of the 36 points Kobe dropped on MJ and Pippen......AS AN 18 YEAR OLD!
Are you absolutely sure this thread is just about each player's numbers at 34?
Yea seriously I was trying to help him if the argument stayed on that track. Dude just sounds bitter now. Nobody dominated an era individually like MJ. In the 90's, if he played, he won a ring, and that was during one of the most competitive times in NBA history too. Kobe can't say that. Nobody can really say that.
This thread is irrelevant. First, Kobe's season isn't over, and second the numbers are off. Here's the ESPN stats page for Jordan. http://espn.go.com/nba/player/stats/_/id/1035/michael-jordan
Fight on, family.
This post was edited by USCbestofthePac 16 months ago
Are you seriously trying to pass off a video of Kobe playing against the wizards? Shameful.
I'm a huuuge Lakers and Kobe fan, but I agree with this. MJ is the greatest, and probably always will be. However, people that try and talk as if Kobe isn't the greatest we've seen since Jordan, are just hating on him. Kobe's desire to win, and his competiveness is second to none. He's an amazing basketball player to watch, some people just can't get past the fact that he's an asshole (Jordan was too).
"A good burn is like good sex. It's simple, to the point, and leaves your victim totally destroyed."--Kenny Drebsen
William Felton Russell the greatest winner in sports history..
13 titles if I'm not mistaken? Is that correct? 1 or 2 as a player/coach.
Yes sir, 2 as a coach and 11 as a player also won 2 Natty titles in college..
With the 3pt line about a foot and a half closer too.
And to think, even with that bad season from downtown, their career 3P% is nearly identical.
I agree, he was shittier at makeing easier shots.
You would think for sure Kobe made a higher % of clutch shots then or, at the very least, was an equal overall shooter from the floor. Quite shocking to see the differences there.
At 34 years old, it looks like Kobe is doing exactly that... being better. I thought thats what this thread was about, I must have missed something.
Easy there. Behind Wilt, MJ is the greatest that ever laced them up....POINT BLANK! The OT posts were in response to some of the vitriol being spewed by the insecure Jordan fellar.
The level Kobe is playing at this year, at the age of 34 is unbelievable. I really hope he can continue to play like this for the rest of the year. As long as they're winning of course. If they all start to click, and win games, and as a result, he shoots less, or scores less, I'm totally fine with that too.
Are you really this stupid, or are you attempting to troll?
You're doing it wrong, bud.
Agree it's pretty insane. I think his scoring will stay about the same but is efficiency will go way up with Nash back. No more 40 shot games, more like the 18-25 range.
If able, I think he should take around a week off in March/April sometime with an 'injury' so he can gear up for May/June. I am not sure he can sustain this 40 mins a game pace.
Yeah, the minutes will really add up at the end of the game. I think I heard somewhere that he's logged +50K mins over his career. I hope they're in a position as far as the playoff standings go for him to take a "breather" towards the end of the year.
Lebron's trohpy case at 27> MJ's trophy case at 27.
Cue the Jordan fanboys
Why? It's not like each player gets 15 years and that's it.
Hahaha, you obviously have no clue.
A fanboy is someone struggling to make a case that can't be made...like the OP hunting down some extraneous isolated factoid to try to imply that Kobe is on a par with MJ...because of a single bit of minutiae which is pretty much apropos of nothing.
But you guys keep digging for whatever puts your boy in the most favorable light possible, dim though it may be by comparison.
I'll admit it's a little entertaining watching people tilt at windmills
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