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I don’t necessarily think Lebron needs five rings to surpass Kobe on the All-Time greatest list, but he definitely needs more than one. This is what Michael Jordan was saying when asked who has had a better career Lebron or Kobe. If you had to pick between the two, that would be a tough choice, but five beats one every time I look at it. And not that he [James] won’t get five. He may get more than that, but five is bigger than one. This isn’t groundbreaking material, just common sense. Lebron still has some work to do, but unlike Kobe, he is just hitting the Optimus Bron stage of his career, so it isn’t out of the question he could get five or more, people just need to be patient before crowning him the king.
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During his All-Star media session, LeBron James said he heard that Michael Jordan would choose Kobe Bryant over himself because he feels at the end of the day 5 rings is better than 1. However, LeBron doesn’t think rings always define a career:
“At the end of the day, rings don’t always define a career. If that was the case, I would sit up here and say I’d take [Bill] Russell...
Heat forward LeBron James has been lights out in his past seven games. James has been scoring at will and has lead the Heat on a seven game winning streak. LeBron has had record performance with at least 30 points and 60 percent shooting in six straight games. Anytime an all-star player is on a great streak, the media and fans start up the debate who is the best player to have played...
LeBron James, the greatest NBA player in this current era is most certainly going to draw comparisons to the greatest player of the previous era in Michael Jordan. And yes at this point the haters of King James (which I was one) certainly have to bow down at this point. He’s better than Durant and [...]
Kobe told Dwight Howard to leave the Clown Act in Orlando, but to date Howard has ignored him. That is the reason why there has already been several dust ups between Kobe and Dwight.
While Kobe didn’t point out Dwight specifically in these quotes provided by Larry Brown Sports, it is pretty obvious who he is talking about.
“I’m not happy right now and hopefully my teammates...
You can make an argument that Lebron James, Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant all could be rated the number one player of All-Time. If I was a betting man, Jordan would be the number one choice. The game in the Jordan era was different, more physical, lots of hand checking and harder fouls were allowed. Second for me would be Kobe. He has the work ethic of MJ and a drive of his...
LeBron has been simply phenomenal this season. It will be very hard for any other player to overcome him in the MVP race
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Dwight Howard and Kobe Bryant were elected starters for Sunday night's NBA All-Star game in Houston.
Despite playing through a torn labrum in his right shoulder, Howard said Monday that he expects to play.
"If I re-aggravate my shoulder in these next two games, I'll probably just play a couple of minutes and sit the rest out," Howard said.
Coach Mike D'Antoni...
Dwight Howard had 19 points and 18 rebounds, Antawn Jamison added 19 points, and the Los Angeles Lakers survived Kobe Bryant's bizarre four-point performance for their eighth win in 11 games, 91-85 over the Phoenix Suns on Tuesday night.