Whos better michael jordan or kobe bryant?
June 15, 2009 4:59pm CST
27 Jun 09
There is no doubt that Kobe Bryant is one of the best NBA players now. The validation of his greatness came just last season. When he won his fourth NBA title without the help of his former teammate, Shaquille Oneil. But there is also no doubt that Michael Jordan is the best NBA player of all time. He has already proved that to everyone. Like what everybody says, "He has proven himself much already. But the way he plays, it seems like he has everything to prove." Well that's what most people say when Jordan almost reach its final seasons as an NBA player especially when he hit that one last final shot over Bryon Russell during the NBA championship in 1998 against that shot. And many sports analysts and NBA writers say that that is the last shot of MJ's career
19 Jun 09
This isn't even a valid question, Michael Jordan is obviously the best player in the history of basketball, and until someone wins over six titles while scoring as much as he did, he will stay on top. No one, even Kobe, can match the number of clutch shots Jordan made during his championship seasons with the Bulls, and no one made the players around him better the way MJ did. Koba has won four titles, but he was arguably only the second best player on the first three title runs. If you don't remember, that was when Shaquille O'Neal was in his prime.
16 Jun 09
I'd still have to give MJ that honor. We'll see though when Kobe is done his career. Kobe's fade away off the spin move is far more unstoppable than anything I ever saw MJ do. One on one I'd give Kobe the edge. On the other hand I think MJ has a definite edge when it comes to decision making on the court and leadership.
15 Jun 09
I don't know..seeing that th 2 players played in different period and teams too!!So i guess jordan may be was better than bryant but now i think kobe is the best player of the league!!So prbably a challenge netween these 2 players in the same age and activity will be won by jordan..but this is just a supposition..