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Ever since he took his first shot in the NBA, Los Angeles Lakers' Kobe Bryant has been compared to Bulls legend Michael Jordan. And as crazy as that may sound, both do pull in the comparison and even Kobe himself has always thought of himself as the second-coming of MJ.
Both have won scoring titles, NBA titles, and even share that killer instinct and drive to be the best player throughout their careers.
And as many believe MJ has no equal (including myself), a video has been roaming the Internet comparing the two players and I got to say, it's eerily. Check it out (h/t Sports-Glory.com).
So what do you got to say Crossover fans? Chime in and fire away in this debate, or if there really is a debate to begin with.
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Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant has always been compared to Michael Jordan throughout his career.
Bryant would often compare himself against Jordan. And now in the video below we see how close he was to the Bulls' Hall of Famer. Video courtesy of 2012Mamba.
Below are a few stats comparing the players.
Jordan averaged 30.1 career points per game in 1,072 games and won...
The video featured above was posted on YouTube on Sunday and began making the rounds on the ‘net on Tuesday. The video, put together by YouTube user Mamba2012, is superbly done. It shows Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan matching each other with identical shots in an incredibly well edited compilation.
I gather that the video’s intent was to not only be cool, but to also show...
Kobe Bryant vs. Michael Jordan. The debate will rage on for quite sometime. I know people love to throw LeBron James in the mix but truthfully, a better comparison for him would be Magic Johnson. Through the wonders of modern technology, we get to examine how close Kobe is to his Airness. Check out this [...]
In 2005 Kobe ran into a Memphis fan while chasing a ball out of bounds. The man, Bill Geeslin, was an insurance agent and sued Bryant for $75,000.
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