Kobe Bryant Had This Say About LeBron James and Stephen Curry



Since his retirement nearly two months ago, former Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant has managed to keep himself relevant in the NBA. He has been featured in a few commercials and spoke at the 2016 Milken Institute Global Conference last month. In a recent sit-down interview with ESPN, spoke about two the biggest differences between two of the league’s biggest stars.

The way they approach the game is completely different. The systems that they operate in are very different as well – their styles of play are diametrically opposed to each other. It’s pretty interesting to see the force that Cleveland plays with, the physicality, versus the fluidity of a Golden State.

Bryant isn’t going out on a limp by any stretch of the imagination. The most obvious difference between the two is their size. James has a muscular and imposing body frame standing at 6-foot-8 and 250 lbs. Curry is reasonably smaller in stature at a meager 6-foot-3 and 190 lbs.

The two also make impact their impact on the game in stark contrast to each other. Curry is arguably the best shooter in NBA history, and James uses his size and strength to impose his will on opponents. Ultimately, what Bryant is doing is pointing out what makes each star players in the NBA.

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