Lebron James. It’s honestly not even close. It someone irks me that so many casual fans and die hard Laker fans still want to keep Kobe in the GOAT discussion, but Kobe just isn’t in that discussion. Let’s go over the reasons why Lebron is better: Lebron has more awards. Lebron has more MVPs, FMVPs,… Continue reading Who is a better basketball player: LeBron James or Kobe Bryant?
Now that the NBA season has ended (and what a season it was!) now comes to time to revisit the top 100 greatest players of all time, as well as the top NBA players by position. I’ve decided to discard my old post on this since that post was made back in 2013, and this… Continue reading Top 25 greatest NBA players by position + other NBA rankings
I think so. Lebron has in my experience, surpassed Kobe as the most polarizing NBA player of all time – measured by the amount of people who idolize him vs the amount that hate him. I would say that while Kobe has many haters, there are still way more fans than haters, judging from the… Continue reading Is LeBron James the most hated NBA superstar of all time?
Kobe is considered top 5 by casual fans, because he was one of the most popular and exciting players ever. For fans who have more basketball knowledge, we know that Kobe is not top 5 all time. Because there’s reasons for guys being ahead of him: Michael Jordan – this one is obvious because Jordan… Continue reading Why isn’t Kobe considered a top 5 player of all time despite his incredible career?
The problem is Kobe has never been proven to successfully co-exist with another perimeter star. All of his winning seasons and chips came when Kobe was playing with big men – either Shaq or a Gasol/Odom/Bynum combination. The only other perimeter players he’s been able to thrive with are guys who are content not taking too… Continue reading What would be the result of a Chris Paul trade to the Lakers in 2012?