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Through the years Kobe Bryant has claimed to be the ultimate competitor.
The Los Angeles Lakers shooting guard has built his entire myth around it.
Each and every one of his nicknames/handles point to this. ” The Assassin,” ” The Black Mamba” and other aliases serve to point to his psyche as much as they point to his basketball skills.
Heidi Burgett over at Nike has just added another chapter in the legend of Kobe.
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In the debate of Team Kobe vs. Team MJ, Phil Jackson picked Michael Jordan in his new book “Eleven Rings: The Soul of Success.”
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The comparisons are #apples2oranges Wonder what the perception would be if M played wit @shaq instead #differentroles #differentcareerpaths—...
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Looks like Phil Jackson won’t be back to coach the Los Angeles Lakers any time too soon. In his new memoir “Eleven Rings: The Soul of Success” that will be out next Tuesday, Jackson finally compares Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant as players. Jackson clearly favors MJ over Kobe. Jackson has won 11 championship rings as a coach — six with the Chicago Bulls and five with the...
The one man who is actually qualified to compare Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant has finally done so.
Phil Jackson, who coached Jordan to six NBA titles with the Chicago Bulls and Bryant to five with the Los Angeles Lakers, is finally giving more than an offhand comment about what separates the two stars.
And, like many others, Jackson seems to be going with Jordan as the runaway...
Phil Jackson is coming out with another book, and I for one can’t wait to read it. Phil’s insight and approach to the hardwood translate well to hardcover, as few players or coaches can convey their ideology as well with the written word. The new book, aptly titled 11 Rings: The Soul of Success, supposedly focuses a good deal on Kobe Bryant, and it even finds Phil discussing...
A June 17th court date has been set between Kobe Bryant and a New Jersey auction house, hired by his mother, Pamela. The dispute stems from Pamela’s desire to sell her son’s old memorabilia – high school jerseys, signed basketballs, old wedding rings that just weren’t big enough – to the highest bidder. Kobe would obviously like to keep his stuff, claiming he never gave...
The Lakers soap opera doesn’t end just because the season does. As Phil Jackson begins press for his new book, “Eleven Rings: The Soul of Success.” excerpts are being released to the public. Phil Jackson weighs in on the age old debate about Kobe Bryant vs. Michael Jordan. Phil compares them as teammates and said that Jordan had the edge in the locker room, in part because...
In his upcoming book, "Eleven Rings: The Soul of Success", legendary coach Phil Jackson compared the careers of Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant.
"Michael was more charismatic and gregarious than Kobe," Jackson writes. "He loved hanging out with his teammates and security guards, playing cards, smoking cigars, and joking around.
"Kobe is different....
In a new book, Phil Jackson writes that charges of a sexual assault committed by Kobe Bryant in 2003 impacted their relationship.
Jackson's daughter, Brooke, had been sexually assaulted by an athlete while she was in college, so Bryant's situation "cracked open an old wound."
Jackson left the Lakers following the 03-04 season.
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KANNAPOLIS, N.C. – The NBA has Kobe Bryant, Kevin Garnett and Shaquille O’Neal on its list with 15 All-Star appearances. Baseball greats such as Brooks Robinson, Ozzie Smith and Yogi Berra each played in 15 All-Star Games. And proving how elusive 15 is, no NFL player has played in 15 Pro Bowls. The only one to come close is Merlin Olsen with 14.
Saturday night at Charlotte (N...