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While the debate rages on whether LeBron James or Michael Jordan is the NBA’s Greatest Of All Time, there’s little doubt in Richard Hamilton’s mind who sits right behind number 1.
The former NBA champion disagreed with CBS Sports’ ranking of the top 15 players that placed Kobe Bryant in 10th.
Calling the position “disrespectful,” Hamilton believes that the late-Lakers star should be tied with James for second, leaving MJ at the top.
Speaking about playing against Bryant on the court, Hamilton admits “I was low-key scared” when the two would have to face off.
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