NBA fans often express their love for the game in different ways. Whether it be some incredible highlight package videos, amazing edits, or even music projects acknowledging the greats, fans use their talents to prove how much they love the game.
And a few fans in Argentina have paid tribute to some of the NBA's best with an incredible piece of art. In Buenos Aires, one court hosts an incredible mural featuring LeBron James, Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, Allen Iverson, Stephen Curry, and Manu Ginobili. It is a truly wonderful piece of art.
Some fans would be confused by Manu Ginobili's inclusion, but of course, he holds legendary status in his home country of Argentina. And this mural being in Argentina means that he was always going to be held in high regard by the fans there.
Ginobili, much like the other legends in the mural, is a multiple-time NBA champion, and one of the most underrated players in basketball history. He was a pivotal part of the San Antonio Spurs team that won several championships across the 2000s.
As for other players like Kobe Bryant, Michael Jordan, and Allen Iverson, their inclusion in the mural comes as no surprise.
These 3 players are considered true icons of the game, and hold legendary status in the eyes of basketball fans the world over. Many believe that Jordan, Kobe, and AI played a crucial role in the popularization of basketball as a global sport.
LeBron James and Stephen Curry are the only active NBA players present on the mural. LeBron is easily considered one of the best players in the history of the game and is still playing at the highest level to this day, proving himself to be the most durable superstar in NBA history.
This isn't the only mural that LeBron James has been featured on. Los Angeles Lakers fans recently celebrated their new big three after the acquisition of Russell Westbrook by painting a mural in LA with their three superstars.
Whereas Stephen Curry is largely credited for changing the game in the NBA. His incredible prowess when it comes to three-point shooting caused the NBA to transition and become more 3-pointer oriented over the last decade.