Asked by an attendee at his Flight School camp if LeBron had passed Kobe on his all-time list, Jordan's answer was a fairly emphatic no.
At the time Kobe was like the little brother to Shaq being as though Shaq entered the league four years earlier than he did. No. There's something about five that beats three.
"Now he may be better than that, but Kobe won five championships". "Now he may be better than that, but Kobe won five championships and LeBron's won three".
Kubica moves closer to F1 return
Lando Norris impressed for McLaren as he finished second quickest, half a second behind Vettel, on his debut run in the MCL32. Lucas Auer - Gerhard Berger's nephew - was P7 with a best time of 1:19.242 for Force India .
Absent from that list was former Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant, who has five National Basketball Association titles, an MVP and numerous other accolades to his name. "And not that (James) won't get five". Titles matter and should matter, but they're only one factor of many. Kobe held the title for, maybe, a few years. Overall, James has made eight Finals appearances, including seven straight. The James-Bryant debate has raged on for quite some time.
When it comes to judging greatness throughout someone's National Basketball Association career, Michael Jordan has made it clear that he values rings just as much as any other stat in the book.
"There's something about 5 that beats 3". LeBron has been the best player in the league for almost a decade. Who was better: Bryant or Jordan?