Robert Horry says Kobe Bryant reminded him of Michael Jordan

Los Angeles Lakers' Robert Horry turns back to his team's bench after hitting his game-winning three-point shot at the buzzer against the Sacramento Kings during Game 4 of the NBA Western Conference finals in Los Angeles, May 26, 2002. The Lakers won 100-99 to even the best-of-seven series at two games apiece. Lakers' Shaquille O'Neal and Kings' Mike Bibby are in the background. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Robert Horry said the late Kobe Bryant reminded him of the legendary Michael Jordan.

Horry, a seven-time NBA champion, talked about the similarities between the two NBA legends.

“It’s so weird, getting a chance to really watch Michael Jordan in The Last Dance and hear the words that he used, it’s almost like Kobe just took everything he said and did — his mannerisms, his language, his lingo — and just copied it.

It’s like watching a ghost now. I hate to use those terms, but to watch Michael Jordan, it’s like ‘Man, how did Kobe learn everything this dude did to a T?’ And then he made it a little better in some areas,” Horry said on the Wireside Chat with Houston Rockets broadcaster Craig Ackerman.