Yes, He was a very good basketball player for the LA Lakers.
# Earvin "Magic" Johnson who played for the showtime Lakers from the early 1980's to the early 1990's. Considered to be the most versatile player ever. And the greatest point guard ever.
He was a star point guard for the Los Angeles Lakers in the 80's. The biggest Point Guard ever measuring at 6 foot 9 inches
No, they did not. Even though it was pretty close. Johnson came back from his retirement, for a brief 32 game stint with the Lakers in the 1995-96 NBA season. However he retired for good at the end of that season; Just before Bryant was drafted and began his career with the Lakers in the 1996-97 NBA season.
Magic Johnson at 6'9".
Earvin "Magic" Johnson known to be the most versatile player ever and the best point guard ever.
I doubt that he ever bleed on the court.
The youngest player to win a NBA title is Magic Johnson of the Los Angeles Lakers. He was 20 then when he grabbed a championship ring. He also made history to be the first rookie ever win a Finals MVP award.
The top four are: 1) Kareem AbdulJabbar 2) Magic Johnson 3) Shaquille O'neal 4) Kobe Bryant 1.Kobe 2.Kareem 3.Magic 4. Jerry 5.Shaq
Yes. 1987, 1989, & 1990
No I do not think that he ever played baseball as a professional player in his life.
Yes. They played each other from '84 (the year Michael Jordan was drafted (Magic was in '79)) to '91 when Magic retired, and again in the '95-'96 season when Johnson returned for one season before calling it quits for good
No. He's played for Orlando Magic, LA Lakers, Miami Heat, Phoenix Suns, and the Cleveland Cavieliers
Kobe Bryant is the best Laker and arguably the best to ever play the game of basketball. Kobe is a much better scorer than magic ever was. Kobe is 5th on the all time scoring record and magic is not even on it.
No woman ever played for the Lakers. The Lakers are a MEN'S basketball team.
Magic Johnson was a basketball hall-of-famer as well as the first rookie to ever with the Finals MVP Award in 1980. He has also one the NBA's J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award for promoting AIDs awareness (he has HIV himself).
According to the Big Ten Network, no he did not.
no he still alive sometime he on tv after the basketball gamesUm, no... don't you ever watch TV?
it's Kobe bryant. yes, he is on the lakers, the best team ever