The best interview questions of the week haven’t come from reporters, they’ve come from the kids attending Michael Jordan’s basketball camp. They’re getting the often reclusive Jordan to open up like he’s talking to Barbara Walters.
Yesterday, in response to a question from a camper about loudmouth helicopter parent LaVar Ball’s claim that he could beat his Airness in one-on-one, Jordan said Ball couldn’t beat him if he had one leg.
Today, the little Oprahs asked MJ how he would rank Kobe Bryant and LeBron James on the NBA all-time hierarchy…after himself of course.
Jordan responded that he has Kobe above LeBron, and it’s about one thing, rings:
‘There’s something about five that beats three.’
There it is. The G.O.A.T. has spoken. Something tells me Colin may disagree.
Michael Jordan weighs in on who he thinks is better between Kobe Bryant and LeBron James.
— NBA SKITS (@NBA_Skits) August 2, 2017