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Old 01-07-2009, 02:17 AM
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Originally Posted by El Gallo Negro! View Post
potential wise yes. I think Lebron at 23 years old is much better than Jordan was at 23. But obviously you can't compare their whole careers because Jordan obviously kills lebron in that department.

you have to also remember that Jordan never faced the amount of great teams that Lebron is facing every night now. The Utah Jazz were probably the best team Jordan faced during his 6 world titles but you can't tell me that those Jazz would have beaten today's Celtics. ain't no way.

Jordan was/is the greatest of all-time but the marketing machine that the NBA and Nike put behind Jordan made him seem like a god and we're still feeling the effects of that today. I still watch about 20-30 of Jordan's regular season and playoff games on NBAtv every year, and I have to say, as great as he was, watching him doesn't impress me as much as watching Lebron play.
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