Michael Jordan Has Bad Kobe-Versus-LeBron Take

Michael Jordan Has Bad Kobe-Versus-LeBron Take

Michael Jordan Has Bad Kobe-Versus-LeBron Take

Michael Jordan was asked by a camper at his Flight School in Santa Barbara, California whether he would rank LeBron James over Kobe Bryant within the popular greatest of all-time debate. James has been to seven straight NBA Finals and eight in his career in all.

"Would I rank LeBron over Kobe?" In terms of best of all time? No. No.

Bryant won his five championships with the Los Angeles Lakers - a three-peat (2000-2002) and a back-to-back. "LeBron (so far) won three".

Michael Jordan has one simple math lesson for all his campers in San Francisco this week: Five is better than three.

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Jordan, of course, won six championships with the Bulls, never falling in the NBA Finals.

Some might disagree with Jordan's stated logic (would anyone argue that Robert Horry's seven rings put him above both Bryant and James on the all-time list?), but you can't fault him for expressing an inconsistent point of view.

Without hesitation, Jordan said Bryant was better. While Jordan and Bryant are both retired from playing, James is still in his prime as a player, the dominant force of his National Basketball Association generation.

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