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Kobe Bryant has five NBA championships, a league MVP and is widely regarded as the best closer basketball in crunch time. In the minds of many fans, analysts and observers, Bryant still lacks something that prevents him from surpassing or coming close to the throne of Michael Jordan. It's not statistical achievements, additional titles or even a burning desire to win at all costs. It is those indelible moments in the postseason and Finals like Jordan had that we still vividly remember. You know like the switching of the hands layup against the Lakers in the 1991 Finals.

The six 3-pointers in Game One of the 1992 Finals against Portland. The shots over Bryon Russell, Craig Ehlo and Gerald Wilkins to end the seasons of those men and their teams. The 63-point masterpiece against Lar ...

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