Kobe Bryant Is No Michael Jordan, But He’s the Best Player in the NBA

May 19th, 2010 by Mark Saint Leave a reply »
In the continuing debate over who is better, Michael Jordan or Kobe Bryant, there is no debate. Michael Jordan is better. 

Michael was faster, quicker, leaped higher, had greater hang time, more body control, greater presence, was a purer scorer, was more creative, and was the greatest closer of all time. 

Although, Kobe is a better three-point shooter, statistically, and probably a purer shooter, Michael was the better player, and not by a small margin.

Can you imagine what Michael could've done with the rules of today's NBA?

You could probably add 15 points to his average and increase his shooting percentage by 10 percent.

It's possible that he could've broken Wilt Chamberlain's record 100 points in one game.


Pound-for-pound, Michael was the best NBA basketball player ever.

The fact that Kobe copied his moves, adopted his speaking pattern and facial expressions, and occasionally even drives the lane with his tongue out, says it all.

Kobe copied the best, but isn't him. That said, Kobe is the best player in the NBA today. 

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