bumrusherer wrote:I was too young to properly see Jordan Live.
So for me, Lebron is the best player I've ever seen since that time. The dudee is absolutely remarkable and this is 2 in a row that could end up being 4 or 5 in a row. With another 3 or 4 MVP's.
Love watching him play.
The Original 81 wrote:Mike Wise @MikeWiseguy 1m
Magic just told LeBron on the ESPN set that he believed LeBron was going to be the greatest to ever play the game.
I wouldn't call it "hate."
It's just keeping things in perspective.
shoe wrote:Yeah, i'm just not used to the "best player in the world" being dared to shoot jump shots and not having the confidence to do so for the first 6 games of the series.
He definitely earned the championship tonight, but I don't understand how he could be so passive the first half of this series.
LakerFanIam wrote:I'm not getting into a Kobe vs. Lebron debate or is James the "G.O.A.T" nonsense.
All I know is the dude is unstoppable at every aspect of the game when he needs to be...
Sure he gets help from teammates, & sure he's not always 100% on, & sure he can come across as a self righteous douchebag... But it's your loss if you can't appreciate how great he really is.
Alleyhoops wrote:All I know is that I will now be unable to stomach watching ESPN for at least the next 3 months as they will consistently be doing remote broadcasts from inside LeBron's jock.
nameant wrote:Ring chasing in his prime. End of story.
purp n gold wrote:puffyusaf#2 wrote:purp n gold wrote:Change the thread title, it borderline trolling. Kobe and Duncan were the best players from 2000-10. LeBron is now.
Explain? Magic said greatest ever.
Some have already called him top 5.
Kobe has been moved out of top 10.
Lebron carried a bunch of scrubs to a Championship.
Do you disagree that he is the best player over the last 15 years? If not tell us why? I am sure you can see ESPN celebrate him like the second coming of Jesus.
How in the hell can he be the best player in the past 15 years when he's only played 10 years?
TheOp wrote:I am getting sick and tired of all this Kobe vs Lebron nonsene. At this point I could really care less about legacies.
Lakers need number 17 and 18 to get the real legacy that matters most, GOAT franchise. That is the only legacy I care about. And as far as im concerned those guys didnt win this year so thats a win for us because we can still tie them next year.
therealdeal wrote:Anyone know where I can find a family of crows?
He was the best player when he needed to be. He won that game. Props to LeBron James. It seems he might actually have turned the corner that ESPN told me he did years ago.
FabFourLakers wrote:Man there is some serious hate on LeBron...and I really don't get it...
I'll never like LeBron, and I'll always hate him no matter what he does. I hope he never comes to the Lakers. I know that sounds ridiculous but I don't wanna root for a douche that wants everything handed to him and guaranteed that he would win 7 or 8 titles....Eff him and eff the Miami Heat.
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