Robert Horry Says Only ‘Idiots’ Use Rings To Measure Greatness

Former NBA Champion Robert Horry dismissed the idea of people judging greatness with the number of rings they’ve won in the NBA following Kobe Bryant saying that he’s pissed off for not winning six titles.

TMZ Sports caught up with the 16-year NBA veteran during a California Strong charity softball game and he didn’t mince his words towards people who use Larrys as a basis of a player’s greatness. 

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Horry spent time together with Kobe during his seven-season stint with the Los Angeles Lakers and got his nickname for notoriously hitting shots during crunch time.

Together, they’ve won a three-peat in 2000, 2001, and 2002 before moving to San Antonio Spurs in free agency.

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