June 17, 2010

Can Kobe Achieve 'Statue' Status

K.C. Johnson, Chicago Tribune

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Michael Jordan owns six NBA championship rings and his statue stands outside the United Center.

Magic Johnson could carry his five rings past his statue outside the Staples Center if he chose to do so.

Kobe Bryant doesn't have a statue, which is why Thursday night's Game 7 of the NBA Finals between his Lakers and archenemy Celtics is a prime opportunity for him to enhance his legacy further.

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