Kobe Bryant has never been an individual lacking confidence. Now, as Bryant and the Lakers enjoy their All-Star break before starting the second half of the NBA season, a new video has surfaced from Bryant’s Drew League appearance last summer.
In the video Bryant, while talking to a member of the audience, declares himself the second greatest player in NBA history. What’s more surprising is that he named Michael Jordan third.
During the conversation Bryant lists his NBA hierarchy, claiming Wilt Chamberlain was the greatest of all time, followed by himself and Jordan. While these rankings are anything but official, it’s always fun listening to star players discuss other star players.
Thanks to NESN.com for the video.