Kobe's Not Better Than Magic, J-West, K.A.J, Chamberlain, KG, SHAQ etc

If you put Kobe ahead of such great legends like Magic Johnson, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Jerry West just for example and there just the Lakers.

I'll admit Kobe is an outstanding player absoloutly fantastic but he will never ever be second best player ever I don't even agree with Michael Jordan being number one infact the entire top three is no offense it is terrible. With Kobe he is a pure scorer the problem with that is he can't pass and he only shoots 43% from the field and averages like four assists per game.

Now onto the actuall topic about Kevin Garnett, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Jerry West, Wilt Chamberlain and Shaquille O'Neal these people have accomplished all great things in there career like Magic Johnson won four assist titles, five rings and three Most Valuable Player awards if thats not worth being above Kobe then tell me what is.

Kobe dellivers all four quaters but it takes all four quaters four Kobe to get four assists yes four assists If you compare his career stats to LeBron James's LeBron wins in every possible category.

If I have led you to believe that I absoloutly hate Kobe and I am a huge LeBron fan than you're wrong but I just don't think that he should be second.

I am not saying this is a terrible list but it is you're whole top ten is incorrect and the other thing that has bothered me is that you didn't even put SHAQ in top ten and you put Derrick Rose infront of Shaq and Hakeem Olajuwon you are mest up no offense

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I love you - visitor

Michael Jordan Should be number 1, and the number 2 spot should be fought between LeBron, Wilt, and Hakeem - unobruno01

haha nope - visitor

Allen Iverson is better. He never had talent with him and he has demonstrated that he is much better than Kobe. His problem is that he never had a second option in attack. In 2001 he went to the finals and none of his teammates averaged more than 15 at that point. - visitor

YOU ALL STUPID HOW IS LEBRON BETTER THAN KOBE WAS IN HIS PRIME MORONS - visitor

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