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Kobe Says Players Steal His Moves Like He Stole Jordan’s Moves

by Mark Gunnels | Posted on Tuesday, October 1st, 2013
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Kobe Bryant took some of Michael Jordan's game.


The great Michael Jordan said today he would beat LeBron James 1-on-1 in his prime. As you may expect, that comment created debate all over social media outlets.

There was one player Jordan wasn’t too sure about and that’s none other than Kobe Bryant.

In his prime, Michael Jordan thinks he would have defeated LeBron James and other NBA legends in a game of one-on-one. But there’s one matchup Jordan wasn’t sure about.

“I don’t think I would lose,” Jordan said, “other than to Kobe Bryant because he steals all of my moves.”

There’s no shame in stealing moves from the greatest player to ever do it.

Kobe is looking to copy Jordan in another aspect and that’s championship rings.


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  1. LB says:

    Kids watch the NBA and then go out to the playground and emulate their favorite players moves…..so everybody has copied somebodys moves….that just the way it is.

    • Truth says:

      that is correct, but in the case of kobe, his game is almost an exact copy of MJ’s so the people aren’t stealing “his” moves , they are stealing MJ’s moves from him

  2. nba is fixed says:

    Just remember one thing, Kobe may copy Jordan, but he will never be better than Jordan! By the way, does anybody own a pair of Kobe Bryant shoes?

  3. nba is fixed says:

    Kobe can imitate Jordan but he will never be better than Jordan.

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