Kobe Bryant: Shooting for the scoring leader record

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Kobe BryantKobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers holds a number of records and is arguably one of the top players to ever play the game, but will he end up being the all-time scoring leader for the NBA?

Kobe might be saying “Tell me how my ass tastes” as he passes Shaquille O’Neal on the All-Time scoring list as he continues his legacy.

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He is the youngest NBA player to score 28,500 points in a career and is currently now chasing Wilt Chamberlain for fourth all-time.

Kobe will arguably go down as one of the best players of all time averaging 25.4 points per game.

The career scoring leader is currently former Lakers great, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Bryant still needs over 9,000 points to reach him, but don’t count him out just yet.

Kobe Bryant scored 2,078 points last year and if he continues to do the same he will move up on the all-time list.

Averaging 30 points per game he is on pace to score 1,800 points in a shortened season.

If Kobe averages 70 games over the next four seasons, including his stats for this year and averaging 25.4 points per game he would end up with 36,780.

That number would leave him only 168 points behind Karl Malone and only one more season and 1,607 points from gaining the number one spot.

Chances are Kobe’s competitiveness to grab one of the greatest NBA records might take over.

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One Response to Kobe Bryant: Shooting for the scoring leader record

  1. Jonas says:

    i like him cause is the best player in the wold

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