Kobe Passes Havlicek to become 11th All-Time Leading Scorer

11 Dec

Kobe had 23 pts 5 reb 7 ast 3 stl and a blk in last night's 88-84 loss to the Bulls(AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)

by Chris McCoy

Last night, Kobe passed John Havlicek for 11th on the All-Time Scoring List. Here’s a look at the list. Did you guess the top ten correctly? I only got 8 out of 10 off the top of the dome. Also a key milestone: Kobe becomes the All-Time Leading Scorer amongst those to play for only one team. Of course we all want to say that Jordan’s years in DC didn’t count, and neither did Olajuwon’s in Toronto, etc… but they did count, and did happen. Congrats Kobe, hopefully when you pass Wilkins on Jan, 2, 2011 at home versus the Grizzlies *PREDICTION* the Lakers will get a win, so that cracking the top 10 will mean a little more…

All-Time Leading Scorers in the NBA


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