Allen Iverson Has a Major Question For Everyone Debating Between Michael Jordan and LeBron James

LeBron James and Michael Jordan have been part of a huge GOAT debate, and some fans are too stubborn to confirm that LeBron has better numbers. Of course, every fan has the right to make up their mind. But, it’s really sad to see all those people ignoring plain facts. Where’s Kobe Bryant? According to Allen Iverson, Kobe deserves a spot in the GOAT debate

Iverson has his good days in the NBA. He was really successful in his primetime. He has nothing but words of respect towards his rivals. Iverson has a lot of respect for some of them. Bryant was one of the strongest competitors he has ever had. They were also great friends.

Kobe was one of the most competitive players on the court. The same applies to Iverson. He was as competitive as Iverson. The 2001 MVP is Kobe’s inspiration behind sporting the basketball sleeve on the right hand.

During his interview with the UNGUARDED in 2018, Iverson talked about the GOAT debate. He shared his thoughts on the debate. The debate was brought in at the same moment LeBron made the big scene.

Kobe needs to be added to the LeBron-Jordan debate

Iverson had one huge doubt in his mind about the GOAT debate. Why didn’t anyone mention Kobe? Kobe belongs to the same class as Jordan and LeBron. Iverson indicates a void in the debate. Does Kobe fit well in this one?

“LeBron is great, first of all. When they talk about comparing him to Mike, I don’t understand how they don’t have the debate when it comes to Kobe. I don’t get it. What, you forgot or something? I really think they forgot. I really think they forgot the Mamba, man. Certified serial killer, man.”

Iverson has played against all three superstars at different points in his pro career. He has them them do their magic on the floor. The Hall of Famer really strongly believes that Kobe deserves his spot in the GOAT debate.

Kobe won five titles in his career. He spent 20 years with the Lakers. Shaquille O’Neal and Kobe were unstoppable in the past. Why do fans ignore this?