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Draymond Green Picks LeBron James Over Michael Jordan: ‘MJ Didn’t Beat The Greatest Team Ever Assembled’

Draymond Green Picks LeBron James Over Michael Jordan: ‘MJ Didn’t Beat The Greatest Team Ever Assembled’

Everyone has an opinion on the two-man race for the title of NBA’s greatest player of all time. Older players and fans tend to lean towards Michael Jordan. The younger ones could deviate towards lebron james. There is no consensus answer, and while James is still playing, his resume is still being written.

But one of the players who knows James best weighed in on the debate Bones throwing non-stop. Draymond Green has faced James in the Finals four times, and explained in depth why he would pick the current one Los Angeles Lakers star over Jordan.

“Bron started in ’03. In 2005, Bron was the best player in the NBA. In 2020, he was still the best player in the NBA. He was the best player in the NBA no matter what game he did . The game went from two slugs, like two big men, to like, a stretch four big men, back to two big men, no big men, and it’s been for the best no matter what. When you look at the teams that Bron has led to championships or led to the finals. MJ didn’t beat the greatest team ever assembled, nor did he face the greatest team ever assembled every year. Look at the skills Bron has. There is no nobody who has ever played basketball that can do what LeBron James does on a basketball court. Nobody.

You all want to be like Mike, but what LeBron has been able to do and how he can control a game, to do it for so long. MJ retired. This shit is exhausting. Going to the Finals year after year after year, Bron went to eight or nine in a row. MJ took a break right in the middle of that shit. Bron didn’t take a break, you know what he did? It went over and over and over. And one more time. So for me, that’s why it’s Bron over MJ for me.

And besides, the talent nowadays is much better. And I’m sure one of the old farts will say “You’re out of your mind” blah blah blah. The talent is much better, just as the talent at Apple is much better than the talent that was working at Apple in 1991.”

There are some important caveats worth mentioning here. First, the interview took place on a platform that James founded. Green is represented by the same agent as James in Rich Paul. And of course, it doesn’t hurt Green’s legacy to say that he beat the greatest player of all time three times in the Finals.

None of this undermines Green’s choice. Every point he made was perfectly valid. At this stage of the debate, the resumes are close enough that anyone’s choice is subjective. There is no wrong answer, even if you think one is closer to being the right choice.





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