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Old 03-05-2014, 02:59 AM   #16
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Default Re: '08 - '10 Lakers v.s. '96 - '98 Bulls

Originally Posted by DMAVS41
96-98 MJ vs 08-10 Kobe is at least comparable...I think MJ was like 10% better still or so, but you can't just grade on a curve when talking about specific years.
True. On all accounts.

Originally Posted by chazzy
I understand that Jordan wasn't at his 90-93 hyper elite self, but everything's fair game when we're just comparing the two in these 3 year windows
Fair enough. In your opinion, which 3x year run was better?
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Old 03-05-2014, 03:14 AM   #17
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Default Re: '08 - '10 Lakers v.s. '96 - '98 Bulls

MJ regular season - 30/6/4 56% TS 27.4 PER 119 ortg 100 drtg

MJ playoffs - 31/6/4 54% TS 27.3 PER 118 ortg 102 drtg

Kobe regular season - 27/6/5 56% TS 23.6 PER 113 ortg 105 drtg

Kobe playoffs - 30/6/6 57% TS 25.5 PER 115 ortg 107 drtg

Can't ignore Kobe's clear better efficiency in the playoffs, but I still will stick with MJ being about 10 percent or so better during this time. MJ was still playing elite defense and damn, look at the well on higher usage than Kobe.

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