This Kobe Bryant guy may not be as good as the self-proclaimed “best player in the game, “Paul Peirce, but he is making his mark in the history of the game. In fact, Kobe needs 51 points to become the 4th leading scorer in Play-Off History. Check out the full list here.

1. Michael Jordan – 5987
2. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar – 5762
3. Shaquille O’Neal – 5248
4. Karl Malone – 4761
5. Kobe Bryant – 4711

  • JFK-analysis-at-TLN

    Just another milestone in the career of the GOAT. It might happen today if they don’t double him lol. But hopefully we see a team effort with balance.
    Kobe Kobe Kobe!!!!

  • 09champs!

    I think Shaq is a sure thing by next year
    the other two, probably in 3/5 years
    Go Kobe !!!!

  • justdogm1

    GOAT? in a ratlike kind of way?gots to be number one in MISSED SHOTS………………..go lakers,.

    • King ME

      Take your bitch ass away from our site because in person you would get ya ass bitch slapped 4 real dont Fuck with LA Goons

    • 5 RINGS

      Yea shut the fuck up you little bitch.

  • two0one7

    Kobe needs 2 more deep playoffs run to surpass MJ.

    After this year he’ll be about 1000 points behind MJ. Assuming a conservative 20 games per playoff (say we go 4-1 in each series), he averages 30 per, that’s 600 points per playoff run.

  • mytiman

    Good Lord, Kobe needs 1200+ more just to overtake Michael Jordan…. Damn!

  • Leo

    Who gives a crap? Seriously, lets just focus on winning – I’m sure that’s more important to Kobe, than just milestones (i.e. Barkley, Malone, etc.