Kobe Bryant is one of the greatest players every to play the game. He can score in a variety of ways whether posting up smaller guards, driving to the hoop, taking a jumper, or getting to the free throw line. Defensively Bryant is good as well.
Though there's very few flaws to his game the three that stand out are his shot selection at times, his attitude which has gotten better as of late, his defense, and at times his inability to trust teammates.
In his career Bryant has 25,790 points, 5,410 rebounds, 4,195 assists, and 1,554 steals. Those come out to an average of 25.3 points, 5.3 rebounds, 4.7 assists, 1.5 steals, on 45.5 percent shooting, 34 percent from three, and 83.8 percent from the free throw line.
Bryant's best season came in 2002-2003 when he averaged 30 points, 6.9 rebounds, 5.9 assists, 2.2 steals, on 45.1 percent shooting, 38.3 percent from three, and 84.3 percent from the free throw line.
Accolades include 12 All-Star game selection with 11 appearances as he missed one due to injury, two Finals MVPs, a MVP award, five championship rings, a Second Team All-Rookie selection, eight First Team All-NBA selections, eight First Team All-Defensive selections, two First Team All-NBA selections, two Second Team All-Defensive selections, and two Third Team All-NBA selections.
Rankings 10th all-time in points per game, 10th all-time in free throws, 15th all-time in points, 17th all-time in field goals, 18th all-time in three point attempts, 20th all-time in free throw attempts, 21st all-time in field goals, 23rd all-time in three pointers, 30th all-time in steals, 40th all-time in steals per game, 42nd all-time in minutes played, and 48th all-time in minutes per game.