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Kobe: Most FG misses in NBA History

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Alok Pattani ‏@AlokPattaniESPN

With final missed FGA Tuesday, @kobebryant passed John Havlicek for most missed FGA in NBA history, combining regular + postseason (15,296).

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You make some, you miss some.

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Congrats Kobe

You've truly lived up to your full potential... not even Wilt and Jordan did this.

Congrats...

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already? damn

Already? Hes in his 17th season, Jordan only played like 13

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You make some, you miss some.

More like: you make some, you miss A LOT.

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Already? Hes in his 17th season, Jordan only played like 13

he was on the bench for his first 2 years

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he was on the bench for his first 2 years

He has the most missed shots because:

1. No guard has ever played as much time at the highest level as Kobe, guards normally have lower efficiency so yeah no one has ever had the chance to take as many shots as kobe because they didnt play as much time.

2. Notice that every player in the top 10 except Kobe, Oscar and Jordan are guards, and Jordan is at another level, and Oscar has 4k less points than Kobe

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Because he never really played with a true pg other than Nash... other than that he needed to make the plays

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He has the most missed shots because:

1. No guard has ever played as much time at the highest level as Kobe, guards normally have lower efficiency so yeah no one has ever had the chance to take as many shots as kobe because they didnt play as much time.

2. Notice that every player in the top 10 except Kobe, Oscar and Jordan are guards, and Jordan is at another level, and Oscar has 4k less points than Kobe

But Oscar and Jordan have superior efficiency.

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Congratulations Kobe.

We knew you could do it!

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Great job "KoBrick!" Keep on Brickin!

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Because he never really played with a true pg other than Nash... other than that he needed to make the plays

It's not like Jordan played with a true PG.

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Because he never really played with a true pg other than Nash... other than that he needed to make the plays

Poor Kobe. He had to play with Shaq, Malone, Gary Payton, Nick Van Exel, Eddie Jones, Pau Gasol, Lamar Odom, Andrew Bynum, and Dwight Howard. He had awful luck. Never any talent around him.

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he was on the bench for his first 2 years

15>13

Kobe breaks every record

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It's not like Jordan played with a true PG.

But Kobe played 4 more seasons and his career is not over!

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You make some, you miss some.

If he had a FT percentage like Reggie Miller he would be Top 5 Scorer right now.

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But Kobe played 4 more seasons and his career is not over!

Yet Jordan scored more points.

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