LeBron James might have won the 2012 NBA title. But, Kobe Bryant wants to make it clear that he's still the king of the NBA when it comes to 'chips. So, during a recent interview with Sports Illustrated, Kobe talked about Bron-Bron's recent accomplishment and stressed that one title is, well, basically nothing.

"One championship doesn't get it [done], you know what I'm saying?" he said. "So, for me, when we won one, it was a little different because it was, like, you know, Michael [Jordan] had six, Magic [Johnson] had five. So, me and Shaq both were like, 'Man, we got to get some more. One ain't going to cut it.'…Since the last time we were here [playing in the 2008 Olympics], I got two."

According to the SI reporter, Kobe emphasized the two. And, he also revealed that he plans on reminding LeBron that he still has a looooooong way to go if he wants to get on Kobe's level.

"I will [remind LeBron that I have more rings than he does]," he said. "I will."

Let the shit-talking begin!

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[via SLAM]