Blasphemy.

 

I mentioned this to G.D. and on my Facebook status update yesterday: LeBron’s best might be better than MJ’s best. Really.

5 comments to Blasphemy.

  • Ron

    Has anyone done more with less? Tiger Woods-level clutch doesn’t happen in basketball, because it’s a team sport. But this guy? He makes you a believer.

  • I was going to deliver a long treatise breaking down how Lebron has yet to surpass MJ and is not yet a basketball god (and possibly propose marraige to Shani-O).

    Instead I will just say oshrasoeuhiuoahrekjxznhriluahwelirhlawihrekjshnZRLIuahsirehawlire and that outside of game 5 Lebron was great but not transcendant. Go to hell Lebron!

  • young_

    I agree. People forget that Jordan won all his rings with another Top 50 Hall-of-Famer who had the Bulls a few points away from the NBA Finals WITHOUT MJ… I don’t think anyone who’s ever played has had LeBron’s skill set.

  • Ron

    I was telling someone this the other day. Jordan’s role players were a lot better at role playing than LeBron’s. The league has changed a lot, too. But yes, people underrate Pippen, forget about Rodman’s arrival on the tail end of the dynasty (no slouch, himself) and that LeBron doesn’t even have a Kukoc on his squad right now.

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