The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree: 25 athletes who out-shine their parents

[post_page_title]Kobe & Joe Bryant[/post_page_title]
Joe “Jellybean” Bryant didn’t stick to a single team, in fact he jumped around the league. During his eight year tenure in the Association, he played for three different teams, and eventually he crossed the pond to play in Europe. His son Kobe, on the other hand, was a Laker for life. He was also a five-time NBA champ, 18-time All Star, two-time Finals MVP and regular season MVP. We don’t even need to talk statistics to prove why he’s the better Bryant.

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