Kobe Remains Most Respected Player In The League

The Los Angeles Times sent a reporter to one of the recent charity games and one question that she asked a few of the guys in the lockerroom was who they thought would win a one-on-one game between Kobe Bryant and LeBron James. The overwhelming response was Kobe, with Kevin Durant leading that charge. The lone responder to go with LeBron was John Wall.

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1 comment to Kobe Remains Most Respected Player In The League

  • Not surprising. LeBron is the better player at this stage in their careers, but the biggest flaw in his game is his lack of one-on-one skills. With his size, he should have an advantage in the post, but until we see otherwise, he does not have a post-up game. Kobe, on the other hand, is mostly reliant on his post-up game at this point as his athleticism fades, so that’s where the game would be won.

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