Michael Jordan worst game
We acknowledge that everything We state about Reggie Miller is colored because of the undeniable fact that he ripped my small heart out-by scoring eight points in nine moments contrary to the Knicks in 1995. Exactly what he said today in comparing jordan and Kobe Bryant was simply stupid.
There has been lots of MJ-Kobe comparisons going around the web, though probably the best (read: most informative) was penned the other day by Neil Paine of FiveThirtyEight. Paine contends that Jordan had been means better than Kobe, and markedly so, and there aren’t many that would disagree with that assessment. That article used solid figures and analysis evaluate the 2 greats. Miller also utilized figures whenever requested their opinion on “The Dan Patrick Show” today, but their numbers come from somewhere approximately approximating his ass:
“Michael Jordan on their worst day is ten times a lot better than Kobe Bryant on his most useful time, ” Miller continued, “and that is not short-changing Kobe Bryant.”
Except it sort of is. MJ on his worst day is 10 times a lot better than Kobe? Did he imply Smush Parker? What number of requests of magnitude better is Jordan as compared to rest of the universe? Just for the sake of humoring Reggie, let’s just take a “bad game” from Jordan and compare it a “good game” from Kobe:
Kobe: March 28, 2003. La Lakers at Washington Wizards. He dropped 55 things, 5 rebounds, 3 helps, 3 steals on 15-of-29 shooting, 9-of-13 three-pointers, 16-of-18 no-cost punches. Against Jordan.
Was Jordan’s game really 10 times better than Kobe’s? Shooting almost 25 % through the area and turning the ball over 5 times? Most likely not.
Michael Jordan is the greatest. He was amazing. Even their worst games — with all the Bulls, about — weren’t that bad. But to say he’s 10 times a lot better than a fellow Hall of Famer, whom simply passed him on all-time scoring list, is ludicrous.