Michael Jordan vs Kobe Bryant comparison!!!

Reggie80Reggie80 Posts: 2,402
edited June 2010 in From the Cheap Seats
Michael Jordan vs Kobe Bryant comparison

Kobe Bryant is a very talented basketball player, Kobe Bryant set out to emulate Michael Jordan and any observer of the game can see that. Kobe's level of play and achievements have fallen well short of Michael Jordan's level of play and achievements. Kobe Bryant is too far off pace to catch Jordan status yet the NBA continues to use Michael Jordan's name in an attempt to draw more fans to Kobe Bryant. It's not right and they need to stop degrading what Jordan status truly is. To be a true Jordan type player, Kobe would need to have done much much more by this point in his career, he will not ever achieve Jordan status. Everyone should state it like this, --Kobe is an extremely talented player who emulates Michael Jordan, Jordan is a player he looks to emulate because Jordan inspired many people, Kobe Bryant is a Michael Jordan inspired athlete.--

1991 Lakers = ranked 5th in defense
1992 Blazers = ranked 2nd in defense
1993 Suns = ranked 9th in defense
1996 Sonics = ranked 2cnd in defense
1997 Jazz = 9th in defense
1998 Jazz = 16th in defense

Jordan faced 3 top 5 defenses in the NBA Finals. 3!!!!

Average defensive ranking Jordan faced in the Finals?
7.16, not 10 as was falsely posted.

Not to mention, Jordan dropped 63 points on the #1 defense in 1986 who also won the world championship that year aka the Boston Celtics.

All of the defenses Jordan faced and destroyed in the playoffs:
1985 Milwaukee Bucks ranked 2cnd in the NBA in defense
1986 Boston Celtics ranked 1st in the NBA in defense
1987 Boston Celtics ranked 9th in the NBA in defense
1988 Cleveland Cavaliers ranked 5th in the NBA in defense
1988 Detroit Pistons ranked 2cnd in the NBA in defense
1989 Cleveland Cavaliers ranked 2cnd in the NBA in defense
1989 New York Knicks ranked 10th in the NBA in defense
1989 Detroit Pistons ranked 3rd in the NBA in defense
1990 Milwaukee Bucks ranked 14th in the NBA in defense
1990 Philadelphia 76ers ranked 19th in the NBA in defense
1990 Detroit Pistons ranked 2cnd in the NBA in defense
1991 New York Knicks ranked 12th in the NBA in defense
1991 Philadelphia 76ers ranked 14th in the NBA in defense
1991 Detroit Pistons ranked 4th in the NBA in defense
1992 Miami Heat ranked 24th in the NBA in defense
1992 New York Knicks ranked 2cnd in the NBA in defense
1992 Cleveland Cavaliers ranked 11th in the NBA in defense
1993 Atlanta Hawks ranked 22cnd in the NBA in defense
1993 Cleveland Cavaliers ranked 6th in the NBA in defense
1993 New York Knicks ranked 1st in the NBA in defense
1995 Charlotte Hornets ranked 9th in the NBA in defense
1995 Orlando Magic ranked 13th in the NBA in defense
1996 Miami Heat ranked 6th in the NBA in defense
1996 New York Knicks ranked 3rd in the NBA in defense
1996 Orlando Magic ranked 12th in the NBA in defense
1997 Washington Bullets ranked 13th in the NBA in defense
1997 Atlanta Hawks ranked 3rd in the NBA in defense
1997 Miami Heat ranked 1st in the NBA in defense
1998 New Jersey Nets ranked 21st in the NBA in defense
1998 Charlotte Hornets ranked 15th in the NBA in defense
1998 Indiana Pacers ranked 5th in the NBA in defense


Jordan faced 17 top 5 defenses in the post-season.
Jordan faced 24 top 10 defenses in the post-season.
Jordan faced on average the 8.35 ranked Defense in the NBA, in the post-season.

Let's see how Jordan faired against these defenses:
Playoffs
Most Playoffs Points Per Game NBA history (min. 25 games)
33.4 by Michael Jordan (179 games)

Most Points in a Playoff Game
63 by Michael Jordan

Most 50 Point Playoff Games
8 by Michael Jordan

Most 40 Point Playoff Games
38 by Michael Jordan

Most 30 Point Playoff Games
109 by Michael Jordan

Most 20 Point Playoff Games
174 by Michael Jordan (he played 179 playoff games and scored under 20 only 5 times)

NBA PLAYOFFS HIGH SCORING GAME BY YEAR
1985-86 - 63 Michael Jordan, CHI at BOS Apr 20, 1986
(1st ranked D)

1987-88 - 55 Michael Jordan, CHI vs CLE at CHI May 1, 1988
(5th ranked D)

1988-89 - 50 Michael Jordan, CHI vs CLE at CHI May 5, 1989
(2cnd ranked D)

1989-90 - 49 Michael Jordan, CHI at PHI May 11, 1990
(19th ranked D)

1990-91 - 46 Michael Jordan, CHI at PHI May 10, 1991
(14th ranked D)

1991-92 - 56 Michael Jordan, CHI at MIA Apr 29, 1992
(24th ranked D)

1992-93 - 55 Michael Jordan, CHI vs PHO at CHI Jun 16, 1993
(9th ranked D)

1994-95 - 48 Michael Jordan, CHI at CHA Apr 28, 1995
(9th ranked D)

1995-96 - 46 Michael Jordan, CHI at NYK May 11, 1996
(3rd ranked D)

1996-97 - 55 Michael Jordan, CHI vs WAS at CHI Apr 27, 1997
(13th ranked D)

1997-98 - 45 Michael Jordan, CHI at UTA Jun 14, 1998
(16th ranked D)

ALL-TIME HIGHEST SCORING AVERAGES SERIES, NBA PLAYOFFS
Jerry West, LAL vs BAL, 1965..... 46.3
Michael Jordan, CHI vs CLE, 1988..... 45.2 (Cleveland ranked 5th in the NBA in defense that season)

Michael Jordan NBA record 8 50 point games in the playoffs
Michael Jordan Chicago at Boston 63 April 20, 1986 (1st ranked D)
Michael Jordan Chicago at Miami 56 April 29, 1992 (24th ranked D)
Michael Jordan Chicago Cleveland 55 May 1, 1988 (5th ranked D)
Michael Jordan Chicago Phoenix 55 June 16, 1993 (9th ranked D)
Michael Jordan Chicago Washington 55 April 27, 1997 (13th ranked D)
Michael Jordan Chicago New York 54 May 31, 1993 (1st ranked D)
Michael Jordan Chicago Cleveland 50 April 28, 1988 (5th ranked D)
Michael Jordan Chicago Cleveland 50^ May 5, 1989 (2cnd ranked D)
Even more important, Jordan was the main target of these defenses the ENTIRE TIME.


69 Cleveland OT Cleveland 3/28/90
64 Orlando OT Chicago 1/16/93
63 Boston 2OT Boston (Playoffs) * 4/20/86 against #1 rated defense that year
Jordan has the highest point total against a #1 rated defense in league history
in the playoffs no less
61 Detroit OT Detroit 3/4/87
61 Atlanta Chicago 4/16/87
59 Detroit Detroit 3/3/88
58 New Jersey Chicago 2/6/87
57 Washington Chicago 12/23/92
56 Philadelphia Chicago 3/24/87
56 Miami Miami (Playoffs) 4/29/92
55 Cleveland Chicago (Playoffs) 5/1/88
55 Phoenix Chicago (Playoffs) 6/16/93
55 New York New York 3/28/95
55 Washington Washington (Playoffs) 4/30/97
54 L.A. Lakers Los Angeles 11/20/92
54 Cleveland Chicago 11/3/89
54 New York Chicago (Playoffs) 5/31/93
53 Portland Chicago 1/8/87
53 Indiana Chicago 4/12/87
53 Phoenix Chicago 1/21/89
53 Detroit Chicago 3/7/96
52 Cleveland Chicago 12/17/87
52 Portland Chicago 2/26/88
52 Boston Boston 11/9/88
52 Philadelphia Philadelphia 11/16/88
52 Denver Denver 11/26/88
52 Orlando Orlando 12/20/89
52 Charlotte Chicago 3/12/93
51 New Orleans Washington 12/29/01
51 Washington Washington 3/19/92
51 New York Chicago 1/21/97
50 New York New York 11/1/86
50 Milwaukee Milwaukee 4/13/87
50 Boston Chicago 3/18/88
50 Cleveland Chicago (Playoffs) 4/28/88
50 Milwaukee Chicago 2/16/89
50 Cleveland Chicago (Playoffs) 5/5/89
50 Denver Chicago 3/24/92
50 Miami Miami 11/6/96
Those are Jordan's 50 point games, notice how many of them came in the PLAYOFFS. Notice how many came against great defenses and great teams. Also Jordan was the main focus of each defense he faced. That's very important.

ALL-TIME SCORING RECORDS:
1st Place: MJ, 24 scoring records
2nd Place: Wilt, 18 scoring records
3rd Place: Moot
- Highest career scoring average: MJ 30.12
- Highest career playoff scoring average: MJ 33.4
- Highest career Finals scoring average: MJ 33.6 (min. 15 games)
- Highest single season playoff average: MJ 43.7
- Highest single Finals series average: MJ 41.0
- Most Total Points Playoffs: MJ 5987
- Most seasons leading league in scoring: MJ 10
- Most seasons leading league in total points: MJ 11
- Most consecutive seasons leading in scoring: MJ, Wilt tied at 7
- Most 50 point games playoffs: MJ 8
- Most 40 point games playoffs: MJ 38
- Most 30 point games: MJ 563
- Most 30 point games playoffs: MJ 109
- Most consecutive 50 point games playoffs: MJ 2
- Most consecutive 45 point games playoffs: MJ 3
- Most consecutive 40 point games finals: MJ 4
- Most consecutive 30 point games finals: MJ 9
- Most consecutive 20 point games playoffs: MJ 60
- Most consecutive 20 point games finals: MJ 35
- Most consecutive double figures scoring: MJ 866
- Highest scoring game playoffs: MJ 63
- Most points in one half finals: MJ 35
- Oldest to score 50: MJ 51 at age 38
- Oldest to score 40: MJ 43 at age 40

Jordan won 10 scoring titles, 6 he won while making over 50% of his shots, Jordan led the league in steals, Jordan was the best shot blocking guard, Jordan won 14 combined MVP's (3 all star, 5 league, 6 finals). Jordan averaged 33, 6, and 6 in the Finals for his career. Jordan averaged 31.5ppg on 51.5% shooting when he wore a Bulls uniform while leading the league in scoring 10 times.

Jordan made 33 out of 58 game winners. Kobe's missed more game winners in the last 5 years than Jordan did in his entire career. Listing Kobe's made game winners is frivilous at best when you don't point out that he's only made barely over 25% of his game winning attempts in his entire career.
Link to 82 games.com's game winning stats:
http://www.82games.com/gamewinningshots.htm

Kobe has been propped up to Jordan status without the 5 league MVP's, 6 finals MVP's, 10 scoring titles, playoff averages, career regular season averages, etc. Basically Kobe has been propped up to Jordan status for trying to use Michael Jordan's skill set.

Kobe stans u mad!!!!!
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  • playmaker88playmaker88 Mobile, Agile, Hostile Posts: 46,425 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited May 2010
    Not reall.. Mj was my favorite players.. ITs settled.. kobe has to be reborn again shave his head bald and retrace every footstep..
  • bigb86bigb86 Posts: 5,804 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited May 2010
    yall jordan stans kill me yeah we get it you got his nuts in your mouth
    cashville doesnt post here anymore there is no hardcore kobe stans on this board
    yet u upset when niggas understand the greatness they are witnessing with Kobe now
    we cant appreciate both players SMH
  • nujerz84nujerz84 Posts: 11,933 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited May 2010
    Kobe lost twice in the Finals... against Detroit he single handly cost them the series (Shaq was dominating look up the stats) forcing horrible shots while being double team ignoring Shaq down low when he was scoring at will. He also lost to the Celtics in which in Game 5 at Home blew at 20 + point lead in the Second half.. That would have never happened to Jordan.
  • Mdizzle9000Mdizzle9000 Posts: 8,240 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited May 2010
    this is just a kobe hate thread by the same dude who said he flabby and sick

    u lost reggie80
  • Tommy BillfigerTommy Billfiger Posts: 3,809 ✭✭
    edited May 2010
    Reggie80 wrote: »

    It's not right and they need to stop degrading what Jordan status truly is. To be a true Jordan type player, Kobe would need to have done much much more by this point in his career, he will not ever achieve Jordan status.

    Kobe has been propped up to Jordan status without the 5 league MVP's, 6 finals MVP's, 10 scoring titles, playoff averages, career regular season averages, etc. Basically Kobe has been propped up to Jordan status for trying to use Michael Jordan's skill set.

    This all I be sayin and this article just ethered any comparison to jordan Ever
  • Reggie80Reggie80 Posts: 2,402
    edited May 2010
    bigb86 wrote: »
    yall jordan stans kill me yeah we get it you got his nuts in your mouth
    cashville doesnt post here anymore there is no hardcore kobe stans on this board
    yet u upset when niggas understand the greatness they are witnessing with kobe now
    we cant appreciate both players smh

    i'm not a mj stan just posting the facts since everyone wants too be up in arms i actually heard perdro gomez call him the greatest closer ever it's more a attack on the media and how they try too hype everything.


    Oh yeah you mad?????
  • Reggie80Reggie80 Posts: 2,402
    edited May 2010
    this is just a kobe hate thread by the same dude who said he flabby and sick

    u lost reggie80

    but i admitted i was wrong about kobe you was the guy who said number one no ? But never explained yourself facts are facts u mad???????
  • Mdizzle9000Mdizzle9000 Posts: 8,240 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited May 2010
    Reggie80 wrote: »
    i'm not a mj stan just posting the facts since everyone wants too be up in arms i actually heard perdro gomez call him the greatest closer ever it's more a attack on the media and how they try too hype everything.


    Oh yeah you mad?????

    mj better than kobe but kobe the closest 1 and does certain things better than mj. stop hatin on kobe, you lost all credibility with that kobe thread comparing him to larry holmes, u just a kobe hater
  • Reggie80Reggie80 Posts: 2,402
    edited May 2010
    mj better than kobe but kobe the closest 1 and does certain things better than mj. stop hatin on kobe, you lost all credibility with that kobe thread comparing him to larry holmes, u just a kobe hater

    What does he do better than mike.Plus that thread was too get you guys blood boiling cause ain't nothing worse than a kobe stan u niggas worse than em stans damn never thought I could say that shit

    Jordan made 33 out of 58 game winners. Kobe's missed more game winners in the last 5 years than Jordan did in his entire career. Listing Kobe's made game winners is frivilous at best when you don't point out that he's only made barely over 25% of his game winning attempts in his entire career.

    Oh yeah u mad???????
  • bigb86bigb86 Posts: 5,804 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited May 2010
    Reggie80 wrote: »
    i'm not a mj stan just posting the facts since everyone wants too be up in arms i actually heard perdro gomez call him the greatest closer ever it's more a attack on the media and how they try too hype everything.


    Oh yeah you mad?????

    LOL at up in arms there is no kobe GOAT threads in 10 pages on this board but yet yall niggas get ya panties in a bunch when Kobe is dominating
  • Tommy BillfigerTommy Billfiger Posts: 3,809 ✭✭
    edited May 2010
    I just learned some new shit today.It's some ether in here too

    I dont need to knock kobe he is a great player but stop comparing him to jordan,ya'll niggas sound dumb for real and you overlook other legendary players.
  • Reggie80Reggie80 Posts: 2,402
    edited May 2010
    mj better than kobe but kobe the closest 1 and does certain things better than mj. stop hatin on kobe, you lost all credibility with that kobe thread comparing him to larry holmes, u just a kobe hater

    Plus how is that when magic led a subpar laker team too the finals against the bulls kobe has never done that EVER!!!!

    Micheal
    Magic
    Kobe bean Bryant respectively

    So how am I a kobe hater when he top three in my book.
  • Mdizzle9000Mdizzle9000 Posts: 8,240 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited May 2010
    Reggie80 wrote: »
    What does he do better than mike.Plus that thread was too get you guys blood boiling cause ain't nothing worse than a kobe stan u niggas worse than em stans damn never thought I could say that shit

    Jordan made 33 out of 58 game winners. Kobe's missed more game winners in the last 5 years than Jordan did in his entire career. Listing Kobe's made game winners is frivilous at best when you don't point out that he's only made barely over 25% of his game winning attempts in his entire career.

    Oh yeah u mad???????

    no, not mad but hes a better shooter and has better footwork than jordan. better handles too. you're obviously mad at the attention kobe is getting on here, a lebron fan are you?
  • Reggie80Reggie80 Posts: 2,402
    edited May 2010
    bigb86 wrote: »
    lol at up in arms there is no kobe goat threads in 10 pages on this board but yet yall niggas get ya panties in a bunch when kobe is dominating

    how can that be the case he been dominating for a decade but i see u from so cal so u get a pass no u don't u mad too facts hurt don't they.
  • 1of11of1 ♞▀▄▀▄♝▀▄ Posts: 36,277 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited May 2010
    Jordan is the greatest.
    Kobe is great.
    They're about the same size and they play the same position with very similar skill sets in terms of fundamentals, athleticism, and offense ( and Jordan was probably a little tougher on defense, but Kobe is really good as well). So of course they're going to be compared. The greatest player played the game in the greatest way (all around game with the absolute highest desire to win). With the skills he has, Kobe would be a fool if he didn't emulate that. Kobe is not Jordan, so I agree w/ T/S on that point.

    But, he is Kobe...and at this point people shouldn't even feel the need to mention Jordan when they speak of Kobe. They're both great. Kobe is standing firmly on his own legacy.
  • Tommy BillfigerTommy Billfiger Posts: 3,809 ✭✭
    edited May 2010
    Reggie80 wrote: »
    Even more important, Jordan was the main target of these defenses the ENTIRE TIME.

    Jordan's 50 point games, notice how many of them came in the PLAYOFFS
    . Notice how many came against great defenses and great teams. Also Jordan was the main focus of each defense he faced. That's very important.


    ALL-TIME SCORING RECORDS:
    1st Place: MJ, 24 scoring records
    2nd Place: Wilt, 18 scoring records
    3rd Place: Moot
    - Highest career scoring average: MJ 30.12
    - Highest career playoff scoring average: MJ 33.4
    - Highest career Finals scoring average: MJ 33.6 (min. 15 games)
    - Highest single season playoff average: MJ 43.7
    - Highest single Finals series average: MJ 41.0
    - Most Total Points Playoffs: MJ 5987
    - Most seasons leading league in scoring: MJ 10
    - Most seasons leading league in total points: MJ 11
    - Most consecutive seasons leading in scoring: MJ, Wilt tied at 7
    - Most 50 point games playoffs: MJ 8
    - Most 40 point games playoffs: MJ 38
    - Most 30 point games: MJ 563
    - Most 30 point games playoffs: MJ 109

    - Most consecutive 50 point games playoffs: MJ 2
    - Most consecutive 45 point games playoffs: MJ 3
    - Most consecutive 40 point games finals: MJ 4
    - Most consecutive 30 point games finals: MJ 9
    - Most consecutive 20 point games playoffs: MJ 60
    - Most consecutive 20 point games finals: MJ 35
    - Most consecutive double figures scoring: MJ 866
    - Highest scoring game playoffs: MJ 63
    - Most points in one half finals: MJ 35
    - Oldest to score 50: MJ 51 at age 38
    - Oldest to score 40: MJ 43 at age 40

    Jordan won 10 scoring titles, 6 he won while making over 50% of his shots, Jordan led the league in steals, Jordan was the best shot blocking guard, Jordan won 14 combined MVP's (3 all star, 5 league, 6 finals). Jordan averaged 33, 6, and 6 in the Finals for his career. Jordan averaged 31.5ppg on 51.5% shooting when he wore a Bulls uniform while leading the league in scoring 10 times.

    Jordan made 33 out of 58 game winners. Kobe's missed more game winners in the last 5 years than Jordan did in his entire career. Listing Kobe's made game winners is frivilous at best when you don't point out that he's only made barely over 25% of his game winning attempts in his entire career.
    Link to 82 games.com's game winning stats:
    http://www.82games.com/gamewinningshots.htm

    Kobe has been propped up to Jordan status without the 5 league MVP's, 6 finals MVP's, 10 scoring titles, playoff averages, career regular season averages, etc. Basically Kobe has been propped up to Jordan status for trying to use Michael Jordan's skill set.


    ETHER


    Truth hurts look at niggas reactions.Ya'll gettin mad cuz a player the media hypes as Mj aint even close.

    Greatest rapper,movie,etc are subjective but sports numbers dont lie
  • Mdizzle9000Mdizzle9000 Posts: 8,240 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited May 2010
    Jordan is the greatest.
    Kobe is great.
    They're about the same size and they play the same position with very similar skill sets in terms of fundamentals, athleticism, and offense ( and Jordan was probably a little tougher on defense, but Kobe is really good as well). So of course they're going to be compared. The greatest player played the game in the greatest way (all around game with the absolute highest desire to win). With the skills he has, Kobe would be a fool if he didn't emulate that. Kobe is not Jordan, so I agree w/ T/S on that point.

    But, he is Kobe...and at this point people shouldn't even feel the need to mention Jordan when they speak of Kobe. They're both great. Kobe is standing firmly on his own legacy.

    great post, i think t/s just has a strong hate for kobe and is trying to discredit his greatness. like i said, t/s is probably a bitter lebron fan
  • Reggie80Reggie80 Posts: 2,402
    edited May 2010
    Jordan is the greatest.
    Kobe is great.
    They're about the same size and they play the same position with very similar skill sets in terms of fundamentals, athleticism, and offense ( and Jordan was probably a little tougher on defense, but Kobe is really good as well). So of course they're going to be compared. The greatest player played the game in the greatest way (all around game with the absolute highest desire to win). With the skills he has, Kobe would be a fool if he didn't emulate that. Kobe is not Jordan, so I agree w/ T/S on that point.

    But, he is Kobe...and at this point people shouldn't even feel the need to mention Jordan when they speak of Kobe. They're both great. Kobe is standing firmly on his own legacy.

    I agree one hundred percent I just hate the media always saying that when these discussions come up in the real world I always say let kobe do him he a great player I just hate the media and stans.

    Oh yeah Jordan won defensive player of the year in 88 what guards do that??
  • Reggie80Reggie80 Posts: 2,402
    edited May 2010
    great post, i think t/s just has a strong hate for kobe and is trying to discredit his greatness. like i said, t/s is probably a bitter lebron fan

    Why do u keep saying that I don't even like lebron like that see it's niggas like you is the reason I brung this up for the last fucking Time AI don't hate kobe bryant.


    Oh yeah not better than Mike u mad???????
  • Mdizzle9000Mdizzle9000 Posts: 8,240 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited May 2010
    Reggie80 wrote: »
    Why do u keep saying that I don't even like lebron like that see it's niggas like you is the reason I brung this up for the last fucking Time AI don't hate kobe bryant.


    Oh yeah not better than Mike u mad???????

    i never said he was better than mike, i said he was the closest 1. why u keep aslin me if im mad? i just think you are a hater who started this thread to make kobe look bad because you felt he was getting too much attention. its obvious you're the opposite of a fan judging by the threads you make about him, so tell me, what did kobe do to make you hate him so much?
  • 1of11of1 ♞▀▄▀▄♝▀▄ Posts: 36,277 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited May 2010
    i never said he was better than mike, i said he was the closest 1. why u keep aslin me if im mad? i just think you are a hater who started this thread to make kobe look bad because you felt he was getting too much attention. its obvious you're the opposite of a fan judging by the threads you make about him, so tell me, what did kobe do to make you hate him so much?

    Lol, Chill mdizzle, Kobe is in his top 3... so he thinks he's the second closest 1. You two are really close to agreeing.
  • playmaker88playmaker88 Mobile, Agile, Hostile Posts: 46,425 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited May 2010
    Jordan is the greatest.
    Kobe is great.
    They're about the same size and they play the same position with very similar skill sets in terms of fundamentals, athleticism, and offense ( and Jordan was probably a little tougher on defense, but Kobe is really good as well). So of course they're going to be compared. The greatest player played the game in the greatest way (all around game with the absolute highest desire to win). With the skills he has, Kobe would be a fool if he didn't emulate that. Kobe is not Jordan, so I agree w/ T/S on that point.

    But, he is Kobe...and at this point people shouldn't even feel the need to mention Jordan when they speak of Kobe. They're both great. Kobe is standing firmly on his own legacy.


    Wholeheartedly agree
  • Tommy BillfigerTommy Billfiger Posts: 3,809 ✭✭
    edited May 2010
    After seein those numbers scottie put up in that other thread this just elevated Jordan to god status

    Cut the bullshit this is GOAT thread and personally one of the greatest days in my life.

    This just solidified Jordan along with Michael jackson as the greatest humans ever in history
  • northside7northside7 Posts: 17,456 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited May 2010
    After seein those numbers scottie put up in that other thread this just elevated Jordan to god status

    Cut the bullshit this is GOAT thread and personally one of the greatest days in my life.

    This just solidified Jordan along with Michael jackson as the greatest humans ever in history

    FOH with that ish.
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