It seems that almost everyone has opinion on who is a better all-time NBA player between Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan.
Recently, Turner Sports Reggie Miller during an appearance on the Dan Patrick radio show while discussing Kobe passing Jordan on the all-time scoring list, Reggie noted that he still felt that Jordan was a better player than Kobe.
Check out the below quote as noted by the Sporting News:
When asked about Kobe Bryant passing Michael Jordan for third place on the all-time scoring list earlier this week, Miller said, “Michael Jordan on his worst day is 10 times better than Kobe Bryant on his best day. That’s not short-changing Kobe at at all, because he handed me my lunch pail, too, but I will take that Black Cat (Jordan) all day, any day over Kobe.”
To note, Kobe Bryant did beat Miller’s Pacers in the NBA Finals back in 2000 and if you want to listen to Reggie’s full interview with Dan Patrick, check out the below video:
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