Congrats, Kobe!

Kobe scored 10 points in the first half to surpass Alex English for 12th all time on the career scoring list.

Next up on the list, John Havlicek who is 759 points away…

  1. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 38387
  2. Karl Malone 36928
  3. Michael Jordan 32292
  4. Wilt Chamberlain 31419
  5. Shaquille O’Neal 28255
  6. Moses Malone 27409
  7. Elvin Hayes 27313
  8. Hakeem Olajuwon 26946
  9. Oscar Robertson 26710
  10. Dominique Wilkins 26668
  11. John Havlicek 26395
  12. Kobe Bryant 25636
  • kobe’stheory

    next season would be no 10!

  • mathman

    he easily makes 2.000 points a year, so next year he will be nr. 6

  • http://57.amklac laffs atu

    its taken a millon missed shots to get there, kobe easily has most misses in NBA HISTORY,ONE OF YOU NERDS SHOULD LOOK IT UP…………………go lakers

  • keepon_keepinon18

    Thats insane… he could potentially be #6 on the All-Time scoring list by the end of next season. If he plays all 82 games next season, thats an average of 24.4ppg. 0_o

    I wonder where Kobe Bryant will be when he retires.

  • daboss1848

    they’re all tied for #1 with different scoring numbers?

  • WifelovesLuke

    Kobe just needs 31 games at his current scoring avg. to pass Havlicek. That means he could potentially pass him during the finals depending how many games each playoff series goes in the first three rounds.
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    Picture this: The Lakers are playing Boston in Boston for game 4 of the Finals and Kobe passes Havlicek and wins the game. PRICELESS!!!

  • Niko

    I see Kobe in the 3rd spot when it’s all said and done, right behind Karl, since he’s avg about 2k pts per year.

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