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Old 03-31-2011, 10:44 AM   #76
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Old 03-31-2011, 01:07 PM   #77
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Horry's opinion is biased. He played alongside Kobe. He DIDN'T play alongside Jordan. He saw all of Kobe's faults and shortcomings but never had the opportunity to see Jordan's. His view of Kobe is based on reality while his view of Jordan is based on hype and fantasy. Unfair assessment. I'd like to hear what someone like Ron Harper, Dennis Rodman, etc. has to say about it, not some guy that jerks it to MJ but never actually shared the court with him.

I saw a youtube clip of Ron Harper and Pip doing some work at some shoe company, and someone asked about Kobe/MJ comparison and Harper said MJ was a better player and it isn't even close.

not saying I agree/disagree but Ron did play with Kobe during his first two titles, when a lot of people were dogging Kobe because he was selfish. And I really like Harper as a player, but saying its not even close is a bit much.
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Old 03-31-2011, 07:00 PM   #78
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damn... young will smith and young robert horry are TWIN BROTHERS
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Old 03-31-2011, 07:01 PM   #79
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I saw a youtube clip of Ron Harper and Pip doing some work at some shoe company, and someone asked about Kobe/MJ comparison and Harper said MJ was a better player and it isn't even close.

not saying I agree/disagree but Ron did play with Kobe during his first two titles, when a lot of people were dogging Kobe because he was selfish. And I really like Harper as a player, but saying its not even close is a bit much.

i think rodman also said that jordan is > lebron, and its not close. And well... lebron is a better player than kobe.
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Old 03-31-2011, 07:04 PM   #80
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Hooray, the #1 Kobe troll is back....

Kobetards at there best

Barkley states MJ is better....troll response he's a hater and dumb

Magic: MJ is GOAT.....troll response he's a hater because Kobe is threatening his GLOAT status

Craig Hodges while Lakers shooting coach, MJ all day, trolls....oh he's a hater, who cares

Pippen:....Jordan is the GOAT, trolls what do you expect from a guy that rode Jordans coattails, he's a hater

Horry:....who cares about a scrubs opinion, he's a hater

Larry Brown: Jordan would be even better today under these rules......oh he's a hater

Joe Johnson: I can't imagine what Jordan would do under todays rules....oh he wears Jordan brand, of course he's biased, he's a hater

Jerry West: Jordan is the best ever...oh he's a hater

Danny Ainge: Jordan the best all around player ever...oh he's a hater, what does he know

Tim Grover: Jordan the best he has seen.....oh he's a hater, and sponsored by MJ

Joe Dumars: Jordan would be better today, oh he's a hater

Phil Jackson: Jordan is better and Jordan would avg 45....oh he is fos, he's just a hater

99.5% of the basketball community...Jordan is better period....oh you guys are haters and live in the space jam community

.............................................

Mark Jackson: Kobe is the best ever.........troll: Mark Jackson played in the NBA and is still currently involved in some capacity of the game, he know what he's talking about.(But the above legends, GM's, coaches don't)

Phil Jackson: I think Kobe is more skilled than Jordan......troll: Even Phil says he's better than MJ(yet when he states Jordan would avg 45 and that Jordan is better, please stop the comparison, he's FOS)

Jamille Hill: Kobe is better.....troll: Hell yeah, this is the truth, yeah she didn't see prime MJ, but she is 100% right

Nothing worst than a bunch of hypocrites, which is exactly why no one can stand Kobestans, AlphaWolf being #1 in line

Jerry west is the dood that wanted KOBE, and he even says jordan is the GOAT. poor kobe stans
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Old 03-31-2011, 07:13 PM   #81
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alphawolf Steve Kerr has never said Kobe is better than MJ or even equal. Must be embarassing for you all to have the guy who has more rings than kobe and teammate of kobe's (horry) say jordan is better. Just like Magic.
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Old 03-31-2011, 07:20 PM   #82
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By the way who cares if they say Kobe was better? Games got online and stats, awards are well known...It wouldn't change anything.

Kobe is all time great. Jordan is greatest of all times.
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Old 03-31-2011, 07:26 PM   #83
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By the way who cares if they say Kobe was better? Games got online and stats, awards are well known...It wouldn't change anything.

Kobe is all time great. Jordan is greatest of all times.

Exactly. Too many Jordan games available for people to fall for the bullsh*t. But Alpha's working the hell out of the internet, though. All for nothing
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Old 03-31-2011, 07:29 PM   #84
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Exactly. Too many Jordan games available for people to fall for the bullsh*t. But Alpha's working the hell out of the internet, though. All for nothing

Yep.

As Alpha would say... NEXT!
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Old 03-31-2011, 07:30 PM   #85
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Exactly. Too many Jordan games available for people to fall for the bullsh*t. But Alpha's working the hell out of the internet, though. All for nothing
I suspect Alpha is Vanessa Bryant.
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Old 03-31-2011, 11:15 PM   #86
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I suspect Alpha is Vanessa Bryant.

Where`s Karl Malone when you need him. "HEEHAWW hunting them down"
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You're a f*ckin' nut-gobbling idiot. I never said Horry didn't play AGAINST Jordan. I said he never played WITH him. Being someone's teammate exposes their weaknesses. When you're around someone so much you can see all their faults. Playing against someone a few times, on the other hand, shows you nothing. If that someone kicks your a$$ you'd think "Wow, he's amazing!" when in reality you probably just suck.

And Savage, only idiots make their text big to try getting their point across. If your words can't speak for themselves without the gimmick of oversized type then maybe you should go back to the sh*thole you crawled out of and leave the posting to the big boys. Your stats don't mean sh*t anyway. Jordan played in a sh*t era. Kind of easy to score 30ppg when you're being guarded by the likes of Jeff Hornacek on a nightly basis. Kobe would've averaged 40ppg if he had played in that weaksh*t era.

Seasons over 30 points per game:
Michael Jordan: 8
Kobe Bryant: 2

Seasons over 32 points per game:
Michael Jordan: 5
Kobe Bryant: 1

In NBA history, there are 13 50 point games with under 50% shooting, and Kobe Bryant is responsible for 6 of them.

Kobe Bryant also has:
2nd worst known game score for a player scoring 10+ points. (5-21 shooting)
2nd worst known game score for a player scoring 30+ points. (11-29)
Worst and 4th worst known game scores for a player scoring 40+ points. (17-47, 12-30)


Regular season
Seasons under 50% shooting
Kobe Bryant: 14
Michael Jordan: 9

Seasons under 48% shooting:
Kobe Bryant: 14
Michael Jordan: 5

Seasons over 50% shooting:
Kobe Bryant: 0
Michael Jordan: 6

Seasons over 52% shooting:
Kobe Bryant: 0
Michael Jordan: 4

Regular season
Games with under 50% shooting
Michael Jordan: 489
Kobe Bryant: 623

Regular season
Games with under 48% shooting
Michael Jordan: 458
Kobe Bryant: 599

Regular season
Games with under 46% shooting
Michael Jordan: 388
Kobe Bryant: 530

Regular season
Games with under 44% shooting
Michael Jordan: 296
Kobe Bryant: 452

Regular season
Games with under 42% shooting
Michael Jordan: 234
Kobe Bryant: 393

Regular season
Games with under 40% shooting
Michael Jordan: 158
Kobe Bryant: 317

Regular season
Games with under 35% shooting
Michael Jordan: 88
Kobe Bryant: 192

Regular season
Games with under 30% shooting
Michael Jordan: 41
Kobe Bryant: 97

Regular season
Games with 60% or better shooting
Michael "Air" Jordan: 173
Kobe "Bean" Bryant: 123

Regular season
Games with 50% or better shooting
Michael "Air" Jordan: 556
Kobe "Bean" Bryant: 393

Regular season
Games with 20 shots made on 60% or better shooting
MJ: 16
Kobe: 3

Rookie of the Year
Michael Jordan: Yes
Kobe Bryant: No

In his rookie year, Michael Jordan led his team in scoring, rebounding, assists and steals. Kobe Bryant wasn't good enough to beat out Eddie Jones for the starting spot his rookie year.

All-Rookie First Team
Michael Jordan: Yes
Kobe Bryant: No

Regular season & Playoffs combined
Games with 12 or more assists
Michael Air Jordan: 32
Kobe Bryant: 19

Regular season & Playoffs combined
Games with 10 or more assists:
Michael Air Jordan: 87
Kobe Bean Bryant: 74

Regular season & Playoffs combined
Games with 5 or more assists:
Michael Air Jordan: 663
Kobe Bean Bryant: 593

Regular season & Playoffs combined
Games with less than 3 assists:
Michael Air Jordan: 179
Kobe Bryant: 261

Regular season & Playoffs combined
Games with less than 2 assists:
Michael Air Jordan: 61
Kobe Bryant: 142

Regular season & Playoffs combined
Games with 0 assists:
Michael Air Jordan: 7
Kobe Bryant: 57

Regular season & Playoffs combined
Games with at least 15 rebounds:
Michael Air Jordan: 10
Kobe Bryant: 5

Regular season & Playoffs combined
Games with at least 12 rebounds:
Michael Air Jordan: 66
Kobe Bryant: 29

Percentage of points scored on free throws:
Michael Air Jordan: 22.9%
Kobe Bryant: 25.1%

Record in games with 30+ shot attempts
Michael Air Jordan: 72-57 (.558)
Kobe Bean Bryant: 46-61 (.368)
Michael Jordan shot his team to wins, Kobe Bryant shoots his team out of wins.

Seasons with at least 200 steals:
Michael Air Jordan: 6
Kobe Bryant: 0

Seasons with at least 150 steals:
Michael Air Jordan: 9
Kobe Bryant: 2

Seasons with at least 100 blocks:
Michael Air Jordan: 2
Kobe Bryant: 0

Seasons with at least 75 blocks:
Michael Air Jordan: 4
Kobe Bryant: 0

Defensive Player of the Year awards
Michael Jordan: 1
Kobe Bryant: 0

Michael averaged 35 points per game when he won defensive player of the year. The next closest scorer to win it had 27 ppg. Guards rarely receive Defensive Player of the Year. Think about the level of energy it takes to lead the league in scoring, and be the league's best defender.

Regular season & Playoffs combined
40 point or higher games
MJ: 211
Kobe: 115

Regular season & Playoffs combined
30 point or higher games
MJ: 671
Kobe: 415

Career Player Efficiency Rating
Michael Jordan: 27.91
Kobe Bryant: 23.50

Olympic Gold Medals
Michael Jordan: 2
Kobe Bryant: 1

Michael Jordan is one of three players to win an Olympic gold as both an amateur (1984) and professional (1992). The other players are Patrick Ewing and Chris Mullin, who did it with him.

All Star Game:
Jordanís 40 points in 1988 is still the second most points in an All-Star Game behind Wilt Chamberlainís 42. Jordan also recorded the only All-Star Game triple double in NBA history in 1997.

Scoring titles
Michael Jordan: 10
Kobe Bryant: 2

Of course Jordan has the most scoring titles in NBA history. He also led the league in total points his rookie season, but was third in scoring average. He is the only player besides Wilt Chamberlain to score 3,000 points in a season.

Steals titles
Michael Jordan: 3
Kobe Bryant: 0

Jordan was the first player in NBA history to lead the league in both scoring and steals. He achieved this feat three times. The only other player to do it is Allen Iverson.

Jordan was the first player in NBA history to record 200 steals and 100 blocks in a season. He performed this feat in back-to-back seasons, making him the only player to achieve it multiple times. Hakeem Olajuwon and Scottie Pippen later achieved 200 steals and 100 blocks in one season.

Jordan is the fourth player in NBA history to win a scoring title and an NBA championship in the same season, which he did all six times.






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