Four-time NBA MVP LeBron James took to Twitter on Tuesday night for an exclusive Q&A session with his 22.7 million followers. LeBron was asked all sorts of questions from whether he’ll be staring in “Space Jam 2” to Tristan Thompson’s future with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Among the many different questions LeBron was asked on Tuesday night, five-time NBA champion Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers became a topic of discussion. James was asked to pick his favorite Kobe play of all-time and answered with the following, via Twitter:
— LeBron James (@KingJames) July 28, 2015
This probably isn’t a play LeBron likes to remember, but Bryant likely has this dunk high on his list over the last few years:
Bryant went on to win the 2011 NBA All-Star Game MVP with the five-time NBA champion putting on a show on his home court at the Staples Center. Bryant scored 37 points and grabbed 14 rebounds while having a few late-game highlights at the expense of LeBron.
Although a lot of Lakers fans aren’t fond of LeBron, there’s no doubt the superstar has nothing but respect for Kobe. James has had nothing for high praise for Bryant every time he talks about his former Team USA teammate.