The Greatest All-Around Players In NBA History
9 – Kobe Bryant
For all the heat that Kobe Bryant has received throughout his career for allegedly being a ball hog, he still manages to put up across the board numbers. Bryant was able to feed his teammates 4.8 times per game throughout his career which is not a bad number considering the amount of shots that he’s been releasing. Outside of his passing skills, Kobe can score on opponents in a multitude of ways while also being a doberman on the defensive end. He can shoot the lights out from deep, slash to the hoop at his own will, and school defenders on the post while giving nightmares to his unfortunate man on defense with his aggressive, in-your-face type of defense. Kobe’s wide skillset easily puts his name in the list.
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