puffyusaf#2 wrote:Man the King has turned even CL into a lovefest for Lebron.
checkers09 wrote:To this day, it’s still all about championships for Michael Jordan.
So when interviewed for a special that will run Monday at 8 p.m. on NBA TV, the six-time NBA champion former Chicago Bulls guard said he currently views Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant as having the more successful career to this point than Miami Heat forward LeBron James.
“If you had to pick between the two, that would be a tough choice,” Jordan, now owner of the Charlotte Bobcats, told program host Ahmad Rashard, “but five beats one every time I look at it.”
Bryant has won five championships with the Lakers, with James winning his first NBA title last June.
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V.V.V.V.V. wrote:LeBron is a great player, but most of his points during a game come from drives to the basket, and fast break dunks/layups. THAT's why he's been shooting such a high percentage the last few games. Lets be real people. He's not shooting 60% or whatever as a jumpshooter.
noobiew wrote:Even some posters in realgm claimed that Lebron is as good as Magic as a playmaker and passer lol
V.V.V.V.V. wrote:So 14/24 tonight, which is about 58%. Pretty good, but the fourth quarter looked to me like missed jumpers and made dunks.
KB24 wrote:If a player CAN dunk then kudos to him because most players can't do it like LeBron even if they wanted to.
He is making great decisions and doing what everybody wants to do but can't.
are we going to discredit Shaq because he dunked the ball? If you're that dominant to be able to do so, you should get all the credit.
Bottom line: LeBron is an incredible player doing incredible things. No ifs or buts, period. If anybody disagrees, then rest assured you're dead wrong.
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