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Is LeBron Jame$ the Best Player Since Michael Jordan? (First Take Debate) (video)

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 Is LeBron Jame$ the Best Player Since Michael Jordan? (First Take Debate) (video)
 05-09-2012, 04:43 PMaway - #81
JewsusChrist 131 heat pts131

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why does lebron breed the worst stans on earth?
 05-09-2012, 04:49 PMonline - #82
M.C.daHUSTLA 17 heat pts17

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Originally Posted by Arson
robert horry, 7 rings. goat?
According to their theory, you would think teammates and the organization have nothing to do with a championship, these guy are idiots, Kobe has one MVP Lebron is about to get his third, it speaks for it self, Shaq was the best player for three of those rings, and without Gasol, Bynum, Odom, and Artest he would not have the last two, we all saw what happen when he was alone he threw his teammates under the bus and I remember seeing him get off a private plane in Chicago to meet with them, the only reason Lebron can not match up with rings is cause his teammates never matched up, Mo Williams is the greatest player he ever played with and I feel uncomfortable referencing him as the greatest @ anything, his first year with a great team they lost in the finals in my opinion that is not bad, I think we all know what will happen this year, who was the best player on Jordans and Kobe team when they won rings, Pippen is a 50 greatest and it took him till 28 to win it with him when he has had him since he was 24 and Rodman is the greatest rebounder ever, and Shaq was better than Kobe @ tha time of their rings, and each of the last two I felt like Kobe had the best team in the league for both.


Gasol is the best player in the league @ scoring around the basket, and Bynum has been the 2nd best center in the league for about the last 4 or 5 years, and we all know what Artest brings to the table with his defense a former defensive player of the year, Lamar Odom is a former sixth man of the year.

Anybody wanna tell me about the teammates Lebron had, I haven't heard a peep from Boobie Gibson since he left.

Case Closed.

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 05-09-2012, 04:50 PMonline - #83
M.C.daHUSTLA 17 heat pts17

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Originally Posted by Pichito25
you must have never really watched Jordan then...its not even close...

not only did mike get biz in the reg season, but he would absolutely TAKE OVER in the playoffs...straight dominate! k!ller instinct. The ball was in his hand EVERY BIG PLAY.
Jordan never made it to a NBA finals until he was 28, Lebron will be going to his third this year @ 27, so you can cancel that one buddy, nice try though. Jordan does not know the stress of being in a N.B.A. finals and being the leader of the team @ age 22 or 26, but if he wants to know what that is like he can call and ask Lebron, I know that one will burn deep, Live with it.

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 05-09-2012, 05:04 PMaway - #84
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Originally Posted by M.C.daHUSTLA
Jordan never made it to a NBA finals until he was 28, Lebron will be going to his third this year @ 27, so you can cancel that one buddy, nice try though. Jordan does not know the stress of being in a N.B.A. finals and being the leader of the team @ age 22 or 26, but if he wants to know what that is like he can call and ask Lebron, I know that one will burn deep, Live with it.
Jordan went undefeated in the Finals though....one record that Bron wont be able to match.

your king aint the one man...but you will find out soon enough.
 05-09-2012, 05:08 PMaway - #85
Pichito25 2 heat pts

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@M.C.daHUSTLA

you responded...but you really didn't address the comment.....try again:

you must have never really watched Jordan then...its not even close...

not only did mike get biz in the reg season, but he would absolutely TAKE OVER in the playoffs...straight dominate! k!ller instinct. The ball was in his hand EVERY BIG PLAY.
 05-09-2012, 05:11 PMaway - #86
Pichito25 2 heat pts

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and i see that u aint even wuna #### with this one:

when its all said and done...it is possible that Lebron can end up with better stats than Jordan.....

but so did many other players!

does that make them better?
 05-09-2012, 05:12 PMaway - #87
Pichito25 2 heat pts

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or this one:

what made Jordan so great was not only his stats!

Jordan did not have the greatest stats ever in the league!

Why not compare Lebron...stat by stat to Oscar Rob or someone?

why the obsession with making Lebron out to be Jordan?
 05-09-2012, 05:15 PMaway - #88
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Originally Posted by SeaJaiye
as a player, kobe is nowhere on bron's level. he's a one dimensional scorer kobe in his prime = losing 3-1 series leads in the first round

lebron in his prime = MVP awards and deep postseason runs
jordan in his prime = MVP awards and deep postseason runs

as a player, kobe cant compare
now I know this is a joke thread

good laughs though, thanks
 05-09-2012, 05:19 PMonline - #89
M.C.daHUSTLA 17 heat pts17

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Originally Posted by Pichito25
@M.C.daHUSTLA

you responded...but you really didn't address the comment.....try again:

you must have never really watched Jordan then...its not even close...

not only did mike get biz in the reg season, but he would absolutely TAKE OVER in the playoffs...straight dominate! k!ller instinct. The ball was in his hand EVERY BIG PLAY.
and then he would loose and go home until he was 28, and Lebron is 27.


And I'm 28 I saw plenty Jordan he is the greatest player ever age 28-34, cause Lebron is the greatest age 18-27, 18-21, 21-27, however you want to put it, and he has not been the ages of 28-34, but what Jordan did from age 28-34 does make him the greatest of all-time, but Lebron is the best player since him, and has accomplished and done more age 18-27, 18-21, 21-27 however u want to put it, live with it.
 05-09-2012, 05:24 PMonline - #90
M.C.daHUSTLA 17 heat pts17

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Originally Posted by Pichito25
and i see that u aint even wuna #### with this one:

when its all said and done...it is possible that Lebron can end up with better stats than Jordan.....

but so did many other players!

does that make them better?
Jordan has the greatest stats ever, Wilt does not count he played amongst midgets and whiteboys, no one has beeter numbers than Jordan, u Hippopotamus ####.
 05-09-2012, 05:24 PMaway - #91
Philly B 33 heat pts33

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No.
 05-09-2012, 05:28 PMaway - #92
ReggieA 189 heat pts189

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I'd say he is statistically, right now, at his pace, the best player ever, statistically. I will never discount the talent he has, probably most freakish athlete I have seen since Bo Jackson. But in order for him to move into MJ status, got to bring home titles. If we talking just playing basketball and stuffing stats, Bron will eventually blow MJ's records away, but if we are talking full body of work, right now, MJ, and it's not even close. But, LeBron still has about 5 more years of 27,7,7 left in him, so the potential for what he can do by 2016-2017 when he approaches 30 is still in the air.

Got to bring home titles with an "s"
 05-09-2012, 05:29 PMonline - #93
M.C.daHUSTLA 17 heat pts17

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Originally Posted by Pichito25
or this one:

what made Jordan so great was not only his stats!

Jordan did not have the greatest stats ever in the league!

Why not compare Lebron...stat by stat to Oscar Rob or someone?

why the obsession with making Lebron out to be Jordan?
Jordan, Lebron, Larry Bird, Oscar Robinson, and Wilt Chamberlin*, have the greatest numbers ever and Jordan is #1, I know you see the asterisk mark next to Wilt.

One thing you need to know is all that matters to business man which I am is averages and percentages.
 05-09-2012, 05:57 PMaway - #94
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Originally Posted by Rico23
i was gonna reply to this thread


until..
 05-09-2012, 05:58 PMaway - #95
Pichito25 2 heat pts

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Originally Posted by M.C.daHUSTLA
Jordan, Lebron, Larry Bird, Oscar Robinson, and Wilt Chamberlin*, have the greatest numbers ever and Jordan is #1, I know you see the asterisk mark next to Wilt.

One thing you need to know is all that matters to business man which I am is averages and percentages.
thats not true..because all you talk about is age...what % of nba finals did Lebron lose...in comparison to Jordan...

lets just talk averages and %'s
 05-09-2012, 06:19 PMonline - #96
M.C.daHUSTLA 17 heat pts17

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Originally Posted by Pichito25
thats not true..because all you talk about is age...what % of nba finals did Lebron lose...in comparison to Jordan...

lets just talk averages and %'s
I was actually referencing their stats, but Jordan won 100% of his finals appearances once he was 28 years old the @ any earlier age he was not even able to make it, lets see how many Lebron loses from now @ age 27 and also 28 and beyond, when u are 22 and 26 and you are in a N.B.A. finals and the leader of the team and loose Jordan himself who is the greatest of all time could not knock you for that cause he could not even accomplish an appearance @ those ages, Live with it.
 05-09-2012, 06:35 PMaway - #97
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Originally Posted by Rico23
hah, exactly how I felt coming into this thread. Love that episode too. Whichever one it was, Lisa the Vegetarian maybe?

Homer is the best player since Michael Jordan.
 05-09-2012, 06:44 PMaway - #98
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i agree . lebron is an all around player and can pretty much anything
 05-09-2012, 06:52 PMaway - #99
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 05-09-2012, 06:55 PMonline - #100
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for god sakes jordan is the g.o.a.t ..lebron isn't the type of player he is simply because he's not a closer/proven winner like jordan..during his 9 years in the league, he's failed horribly time and time again..the comparison fails when talking about kobe because simply kobe isn't a better player than jordan or lebron...he's a proven closer/winner but not a better overall basketball player than the two..so give it a rest.JORDAN=GREATEST OF ALL TIME IN THE NBA, PERIOD.
 
 


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