Originally Posted by Inspired
Did you forget that the greatest player also won his first championship at 28?
Are you saying that Kobe is better than MJ because he won more championship at 28?
Wont you score more points, get more rebounds, and get more assist if you play more playoff games? I'm guessing some people aren't bright enough to understand that.
Wont it make more season comparing post season career averages?
Unless you want to average every post season game till each player is 28, you can do that. But post season average is easier to obtain.
Kobe career post season average: 25.6 PPG, 0.6 BPG, 1.4 SPG, 4.7 APG, 4.8 RPG, 43% FG %.
Lebron career post season avg: 28.5 PPG, 1 BPG, 1.7 SPG, 6.7 APG, 8.7 RPG, 46% FG%.
lol how dare you introduce facts and logic into this thread?! everyone knows that we don't do that in Kobe jock sniffer land
anyway, to be fair - Lebron wins in most meaningful statistic categories in terms of career averages, MVP's, Olympic medals (by a bronze) and All NBA first teams (they are tied but Lebron has done as much in a shorter career)
Kobe wins in championships, scoring titles, dunk contest wins, all-NBA defensive teams and rape indictments
they are about the same in All star appearances if you adjust for length of career