And then there’s Lebron’s play on the RIP Kobe Bryant 1978 2020 Signature shirt, which doesn’t do much to change the narrative for me. He is perhaps the greatest front running basketball player of all time. When things are going well for his team, he has no problem throwing down big dunks or jacking up long 3’s. But when his team truly has its back against the wall, he rarely bears down and leads his team back. He’s a famous pouter on and off the court, frequently complaining to referees and yelling at teammates. He’s also famous for passing up final shots of the game when his teams down or tied. In my view, Bryant’s greatest “skill” isn’t his drive to compete – it’s his work ethic. By doggedly working to improve year after year, Bryant has been perhaps the most complete player the league has ever seen. I can think of no other player (not even Michael Jordan*) who can match Bryant’s well-rounded repertoire. As a result, Bryant is a great player year after year.
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Upon further reflection, I have no basis of RIP Kobe Bryant 1978 2020 Signature shirt. He’s very very complete, but other names that come to mind include Oscar Robertson, Jerry West, Bill Russell, Wilt Chamberlain (he had the skills, he just didn’t always put them to good use), and – dare I say it as he doesn’t belong in this company – even Rasheed Wallace! (Seriously, Sheed could do it all in his heyday…his skills were exemplary for a man his size.) Kobe’s athletic prime was around 2001–2003. These seasons he had many posterizing dunks and athletic shots. But Kobe’s career has been plagued with injures. Since the beginning of his career Kobe has had 22 injuries his most devastating one being the 2013 Achilles tear. There are many stories out there that describe Kobe’s work ethic. I’ll put some youtube videos at the end of this answer.