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orderoutofchaos
02-19-2019, 09:01 PM
Lebron had a great career. He was strong all the way until he tweaked his groin on Christmas day. Ever since then, he has quietly entered the obscure phase of his career. That quiet sad checking out phase where megaultra stars lose their ability to win games anymore. It happens to the very best. Jordan finished his career as an obscure player for some bum team with back to back 37 win seasons. Even kobe checked out with 3 really poor seasons, 21 wins, then 17 wins. Now we see lebron. All star break, a team clearly preparing for no playoffs.

As an aging star, you're one minor injury between a star leader and just a has been. Clearly lebron has entered has been status. Lakers are on pace to go 37-45, like Jordan's wizards. Next year, im assuming the lakers will eoughly go 37-45 once again and lebron will retire obscure..

SompletelyCober
02-19-2019, 10:19 PM
Remember those last few seasons where no stars wanted to come play with an old Kobe? Looks like that's happening much earlier to LeWorstteammateever.

EVERY star player has rejected him. Jimmy and KD straight up said why would anyone want to go play with that guy? The only reason AD wanted to go to LA is because one of LeTamper's posse is his agent and forced him into saying so. And look where it got him. Kid went from being universally loved to being hated overnight and ruined his image.

Guy might quickly wake up in a nightmare- going from the joke East to the killer West and not being able to stack his teams full of perennial all stars and role players taking paycuts anymore. All the while he has to sit by and watch KD surpass his entire 15 year career in a mere 3 year span.

These young bucks surpassing LeOverrated looking at LeLowIQ like


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Sikhveins
02-20-2019, 12:13 AM
Kobe was in the same situation as lebron at age 34, out of playoffs before all star break, both play for the lakers. He eventually turned it up and made it happen. It’s lebrons turn.

lsiberian
02-20-2019, 07:41 AM
Remember those last few seasons where no stars wanted to come play with an old Kobe? Looks like that's happening much earlier to LeWorstteammateever.

EVERY star player has rejected him. Jimmy and KD straight up said why would anyone want to go play with that guy? The only reason AD wanted to go to LA is because one of LeTamper's posse is his agent and forced him into saying so. And look where it got him. Kid went from being universally loved to being hated overnight and ruined his image.

Guy might quickly wake up in a nightmare- going from the joke East to the killer West and not being able to stack his teams full of perennial all stars and role players taking paycuts anymore. All the while he has to sit by and watch KD surpass his entire 15 year career in a mere 3 year span.

These young bucks surpassing LeOverrated looking at LeLowIQ like

LOL at being impressed by KD joining the 73 win warriors.

Belome
02-20-2019, 08:04 AM
LOL at being impressed by KD joining the 73 win warriors.

KD had a legit shot at top 10 status to.

Dude needs to leave GS ASAP.

DrWilliam
02-20-2019, 08:38 PM
LOL at being impressed by KD joining the 73 win warriors.

This, nothing else in thread is relevant

MBisonSon
02-20-2019, 09:20 PM
K is passing LeBron up cause how good he's been in the finals.

Dude flat out proved he wanted the championship more than LeChoke.

He had the body of work and he wins in convincing fashion, by his hand.

More legit than the Heat TBH.

Hatars are just made LeBron got beat to the punch as if he's the only player that should be allowed to scheme in the NBA.

SompletelyCober
02-20-2019, 09:47 PM
K is passing LeBron up cause how good he's been in the finals.

Dude flat out proved he wanted the championship more than LeChoke.

He had the body of work and he wins in convincing fashion, by his hand.

More legit than the Heat TBH.

Hatars are just made LeBron got beat to the punch as if he's the only player that should be allowed to scheme in the NBA.

It's only ok when LeCollusion stacks his teams full of superstars and high quality role players who will take pay cuts to ring chase, man. No one else is allowed to create or join strong teams. When they do and dominate Le3-6 it's cheating.

Maybe these kids would have an argument if KD was sh!tting the bed in the playoffs and Finals each year and riding the coattails of Curry or Klay. Instead he's completely dominating and on track for his 3rd ring and 3rd FMVP in a row while crushing LeBum head to head each year.

Imagine accomplishing in 3 years what took the "Chosen One" 15 years to do LMAO!



This is Durant in the Finals the last 2 years

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This guy's a killer in the vein of Jordan, Kobe, Bird. Stone cold assassin in the body of a 7 footer who can pull up from 40 and end your championship dreams.







This is Le3-6 in the Finals the last 2 years

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DrWilliam
02-20-2019, 10:04 PM
K is passing LeBron up cause how good he's been in the finals.

Dude flat out proved he wanted the championship more than LeChoke.

He had the body of work and he wins in convincing fashion, by his hand.

More legit than the Heat TBH.

Hatars are just made LeBron got beat to the punch as if he's the only player that should be allowed to scheme in the NBA.

He joined a 70+ win team lol

How did Cleveland and Miami look before Lebron joined them?

Comparing the Heat and Cleveland to the superteam that is GSW right now is pretty comical

mvpshaq32
02-20-2019, 10:13 PM
He joined a 70+ win team lol

How did Cleveland and Miami look before Lebron joined them?

Comparing the Heat and Cleveland to the superteam that is GSW right now is pretty comical

Goes to show the mental gymnastics Lebronies pull off to justify LeFrequentFlyerMiles joining superteams

Let's just ignore that Bosh also came to Miami or that Love also came to Cleveland.

In their minds, it would be okay for 10 All-stars to join the Suns next season because they're bad this season but not okay for 1 All-Star to join the Bucks, the team with the best record, next season

Or that LeNeedsMoreHelp believed they could win not 1...not 2...not 3...with their existing superteam and still was planning to get CP3


A few weeks after the 2008 Summer Olympics, Someone Who Knows Things told me the following rumor: LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh and Chris Paul became such good friends during the 2007 Olympic trials, and then during their 2008 Olympics excursion in Beijing, that they actually made a pact in China to play together.

As the rumor went, the 2010 free agents (LeBron, Wade and Bosh) would sign with the same team (at that point the Knicks if they created enough cap room), then Paul would join them in 2012 (or sooner).

MBisonSon
02-21-2019, 03:51 AM
Goes to show the mental gymnastics Lebronies pull off to justify LeFrequentFlyerMiles joining superteams

Let's just ignore that Bosh also came to Miami or that Love also came to Cleveland.

In their minds, it would be okay for 10 All-stars to join the Suns next season because they're bad this season but not okay for 1 All-Star to join the Bucks, the team with the best record, next season

This, Dr. Retard.

Team had 3 of the top 10 players in the NBA.

Any teams that had even 2 franchise players were fortunate.

Let alone 3 of the top 10 players concentrated to just one team.

MBisonSon
02-21-2019, 09:03 AM
I refuse to believe that mouth breather is anything resembling a doctor unless it's something stupid like like liberal arts.

wizardoflulz
02-21-2019, 12:30 PM
He joined a 70+ win team lol

How did Cleveland and Miami look before Lebron joined them?

Comparing the Heat and Cleveland to the superteam that is GSW right now is pretty comical

In 2010 the best teams (Lakers, Celtics, Spurs, Mavs, Bulls) had 1-2 all-stars/all-nba level players, so the Heat had a +1-2 all-star advantage.

In 2016 the top teams (Cavs, Spurs, etc) had 2-3 all-stars, so the Warriors had a 1-2 all-star advantage.

In absolute terms it's not the same, but in context and compared to the teams of their respective times, KD joining the Warriors is on the same level as LeBron joining the Heat. Plus, it's revisionist to say the Heat weren't stacked like the Warriors (in context). No team had ever before had 3 under-30 all-stars. People in ESPN (lol I know) were legitimately debating if the Heat would be undefeated. Everyone thought they were guaranteed to win and the question was not when would they win, but how many rings would they win? Sound familiar?

It was only after the choke in 2011 that this narrative completely died and disappeared, and the Big 3 collusion was considered fair. So yeah, KD one-upped LeBron, but only because the game has changed and top teams are more stacked. LeBron started the team-stacking and got beat at his own gane

Belome
02-21-2019, 01:06 PM
In absolute terms it's not the same, but in context and compared to the teams of their respective times, KD joining the Warriors is on the same level as LeBron joining the Heat

You and Bison are stuck on“but all stars”... confusing to say the least.

Do you think Klove and Shaq are on the same level because they are both all star caliber players like that Tard bison?

In no way, shape, or form is what LeBron did comparable to KD joining a Championship team coming off a 73 win season.

No amount of “but muh all stars” is ever going to change that.

Just.... lol.

sammywatkins
02-21-2019, 01:51 PM
You and Bison are stuck on“but all stars”... confusing to say the least.

Do you think Klove and Shaq are on the same level because they are both all star caliber players like that Tard bison?

In no way, shape, or form is what LeBron did comparable to KD joining a Championship team coming off a 73 win season.

No amount of “but muh all stars” is ever going to change that.

Just.... lol.
“Only Lebron is allowed to superteam. If someone else does it it’s unfair”

Belome
02-21-2019, 03:20 PM
“Only Lebron is allowed to superteam. If someone else does it it’s unfair”

Point me to the super team LeBron joined.

LeBron made the team. They were great because of LeBron, and were ass without him.


Durant joined a team that already had a championship under its belt and would have gone down as the best team of all time had they not lost to LeBron.

wizardoflulz
02-21-2019, 07:17 PM
Point me to the super team LeBron joined.

LeBron made the team. They were great because of LeBron, and were ass without him.


Durant joined a team that already had a championship under its belt and would have gone down as the best team of all time had they not lost to LeBron.

Pre-KD Warriors weren't a superteam. Klay and Dray are good but overrated, they are at the level between role-players and max players.

Warriors got extremely lucky in 2015 with injuries and got exposed in 2016 as chokers. They also would have lost in 2017 without KD, either to the Spurs or Cavs.

Overall KD's move was pussier, but only because he joined the team he choked against. The team-stacking was on par with LeBron's

MBisonSon
02-21-2019, 07:25 PM
LOL at the mental gymnastics.

Went from insinuating what LeBron did was fair, to arguing over what point players played for super teams?

Belomes one of them typical morons who like to argue in circles.

His stance got destroyed and now he's trying to shift the emphasis of his underlying point.

If you take that apart it'll be something else, save your energy.

Belome
02-21-2019, 07:34 PM
LOL at the mental gymnastics.

Went from insinuating what LeBron did was fair, to arguing over what point players played for super teams?

Belomes one of them typical morons who like to argue in circles.

His stance got destroyed and now he's trying to shift the emphasis of his underlying point.

If you take that apart it'll be something else, save your energy.

You think Kevin love means as much to a team as Jordan.

Your opinion on everything is invalid.

I could eat paint chips by the pound while drinking mercury and still make more rational arguments than you ever have.

sooby
02-22-2019, 06:01 AM
Pre-KD Warriors weren't a superteam. Klay and Dray are good but overrated, they are at the level between role-players and max players.

Warriors got extremely lucky in 2015 with injuries and got exposed in 2016 as chokers. They also would have lost in 2017 without KD, either to the Spurs or Cavs.

Overall KD's move was pussier, but only because he joined the team he choked against. The team-stacking was on par with LeBron's

Joining a 73 win team, a team perfectly capable of winning a championship and in fact did almost twice until they choked horribly in one of them = heat "superteam"


k

sammywatkins
02-22-2019, 06:23 AM
Joining a 73 win team, a team perfectly capable of winning a championship and in fact did almost twice until they choked horribly in one of them = heat "superteam"


k
KD would’ve never gone to GS if it hadn’t been for Lebron setting the precedent of creating super teams. Lebron pioneered this.

Belome
02-22-2019, 06:31 AM
KD would’ve never gone to GS if it hadn’t been for Lebron setting the precedent of creating super teams. Lebron pioneered this.

Yeah he would have. He was ring chasing.

Still baffled you think creating a championship team l is the same thing as joining an already established championship team.

Does not compute lol

sammywatkins
02-22-2019, 06:34 AM
Yeah he would have. He was ring chasing.

Still baffled you think creating a championship team l is the same thing as joining an already established championship team.

Does not compute lol
You fail to comprehend how being the first to make a superteam is worse

MBisonSon
02-22-2019, 06:41 AM
Fact: I'd punch through Tekken's tiny skull like a wet paper bag.

tekkenbruh
02-22-2019, 07:03 AM
Fact: I'd punch through Tekken's tiny skull like a wet paper bag.

Imagine bringing me up in a completely unrelated thread in which I haven't even posted LMAO, good to know I own this much space in your head

sooby
02-22-2019, 07:13 AM
KD would’ve never gone to GS if it hadn’t been for Lebron setting the precedent of creating super teams. Lebron pioneered this.

superteams and attempted superteams existed before Miami you do realize this right?

The reason why Lebron went to Miami was to combat Boston's big three in Pierce, Allen and Garnett. He didn't have enough starpower in Cleveland. inb4 but but but it was through trades.

And you're just assuming KD would have never gone to GS. Dude repeatedly got his ass handed to him in the playoffs and he wanted to win a championship. Where else would you besides the team that has proven championship talent and had actually won a championship. Draymond was on his knees begging for Durant to come to GS, indications are it would have happened regardless.

sammywatkins
02-22-2019, 07:18 AM
superteams and attempted superteams existed before Miami you do realize this right?

The reason why Lebron went to Miami was to combat Boston's big three in Pierce, Allen and Garnett. He didn't have enough starpower in Cleveland. inb4 but but but it was through trades.
Boston was done through trades. And they were old as fukk. Lebron didn’t want I work hard to overcome an opponent. He took the easy way out and that’s why nobody respects his championships. He’ll never be Jordan or Kobe or magic. Nothing wrong with being a top 15 player. But he’s not in that convo.

07 spurs series 10 Celtics series 11 Mavericks series 18 warriors

There’s more too. He’s got so many blemishes on his resume. He’s just not that great

sooby
02-22-2019, 07:43 AM
Boston was done through trades. And they were old as fukk. Lebron didn’t want I work hard to overcome an opponent. He took the easy way out and that’s why nobody respects his championships. He’ll never be Jordan or Kobe or magic. Nothing wrong with being a top 15 player. But he’s not in that convo.

07 spurs series 10 Celtics series 11 Mavericks series 18 warriors

There’s more too. He’s got so many blemishes on his resume. He’s just not that great

Again, regardless if it was done through trades, a superteam was formed, and Lebron felt that his team was not surrounding him with enough talent so he moved to another team that was competitive with Boston. Lol if you think that Pierce didn't have a hand in GM talks and contributing to these trades behind closed doors. Wtf would you do if you had incompetent GMs not being able to bring great players to your team and you want to be competitive?

It's not like Cavs GMs went out and drafted/traded for guys like HoFer Scottie Pippen and Shaq. Lebron had to chase talent because the Cavs couldn't acquire them.

Ray Allen was 31-32 and literally came off his best scoring season of 26 pts with Seattle. Pierce was 29-30, coming off a 25 point season. KG was 30-31 and was 9th in MVP voting. This is literally smack dab in the prime of their careers so the whole narrative that they were old as fuk is completely false. If we are to take what you are saying and apply it to Lebron right now then he should be absolved of criticism because he is "old as fuk (34 years old)" and has been for the last 2-3 years.


And as I said, big difference between having a team formed that wasn't championship bound and didn't have an established championship culture. Rather than joining a 73 win team that had already had won a championship recently, already had the championship culture set, etc. KD by all means just hopped on for the ride. Granted he won finals MVPs, the Warriors were fully capable of winning chips without him. KD had talent around him. Granted Westbrook is a bit of an enigma, he could have joined literally any other competitive team in the west and made them championship bound but instead joined the team that cucked him horribly after being up 3-1 and the team that were proven championship winners not to mention again 73 wins.

If that is literally the same as Lebron joining the Heat then I don't know what to say. An equivalent scenario to KD would have been Lebron joining the Celtics, the team that cucked him in the playoffs and proven championship contenders/winners. That team wouldn't really need Lebron to win a championship because they just proved it the year before so he would be more or less along for the ride.

If both KD and Westbrook didn't choke so hard they could have actually been in the finals instead and they could have actually beat the Cavs. Think about it. I'm not mad at KD, facts are just facts.

MBisonSon
02-22-2019, 07:44 AM
Imagine bringing me up in a completely unrelated thread in which I haven't even posted LMAO, good to know I own this much space in your head

So easy to trigger tsk tsk

sammywatkins
02-22-2019, 07:55 AM
Again, regardless if it was done through trades, a superteam was formed, and Lebron felt that his team was not surrounding him with enough talent so he moved to another team that was competitive with Boston. Lol if you think that Pierce didn't have a hand in GM talks and contributing to these trades behind closed doors. Wtf would you do if you had incompetent GMs not being able to bring great players to your team and you want to be competitive?

It's not like Cavs GMs went out and drafted/traded for guys like HoFer Scottie Pippen and Shaq. Lebron had to chase talent because the Cavs couldn't acquire them.

Ray Allen was 31-32 and literally came off his best scoring season of 26 pts with Seattle. Pierce was 29-30, coming off a 25 point season. KG was 30-31 and was 9th in MVP voting. This is literally smack dab in the prime of their careers so the whole narrative that they were old as fuk is completely false.


And as I said, big difference between having a team formed that wasn't championship bound and didn't have an established championship culture. Rather than joining a 73 win team that had already had won a championship recently, already had the championship culture set, etc. KD by all means just hopped on for the ride. Granted he won finals MVPs, the Warriors were fully capable of winning chips without him. KD had talent around him. Granted Westbrook is a bit of an enigma, he could have joined literally any other competitive team in the west and made them championship bound but instead joined the team that cucked him horribly after being up 3-1 and the team that were proven championship winners not to mention again 73 wins.

If that is literally the same as Lebron joining the Heat then I don't know what to say. An equivalent scenario to KD would have been Lebron joining the Celtics, the team that cucked him in the playoffs and proven championship contenders/winners. That team wouldn't really need Lebron to win a championship because they just proved it the year before so he would be more or less along for the ride.

If both KD and Westbrook didn't choke so hard they could have actually been in the finals instead and they could have actually beat the Cavs. Think about it. I'm not mad at KD, facts are just facts.
Not mad? You literally just had a gigantic meltdown. You’re irate that your hero Lebron will never win again. It’s okay.

Pierce had a hand in trade talks? No ****. You think pierce is gonna tell ainge not to trade for good players?

And by that same logic Lebron had a huge hand in the player acquisition in the cavs even the first go around. But in hindsight we know Lebron has a terrible eye for talent. (Ex: Begging for TT to be resigned)

That’s a whole lot of excuses for Lebron not grinding. Every player faces adversity. MJ had hurdles to get over. As did Kobe. Lebron didn’t wanna improve. Instead of working on his horrific FT shooting and seeing a therapist to get over his stage fright and working on his outside shooting to beat the Celtics he just wanted to run down and have wade save him

And don’t act like it was just the Celtics. Lebron got bounced by D12 lmao

tekkenbruh
02-22-2019, 08:23 AM
So easy to trigger tsk tsk

Deflection 101

SompletelyCober
02-22-2019, 08:27 AM
So easy to trigger tsk tsk

Tiny tekken showing that manlet anger

https://i.imgur.com/dEPD4HP.gif?noredirect

sooby
02-22-2019, 08:29 AM
Not mad? You literally just had a gigantic meltdown. You’re irate that your hero Lebron will never win again. It’s okay.

Pierce had a hand in trade talks? No ****. You think pierce is gonna tell ainge not to trade for good players?

And by that same logic Lebron had a huge hand in the player acquisition in the cavs even the first go around. But in hindsight we know Lebron has a terrible eye for talent. (Ex: Begging for TT to be resigned)

That’s a whole lot of excuses for Lebron not grinding. Every player faces adversity. MJ had hurdles to get over. As did Kobe. Lebron didn’t wanna improve. Instead of working on his horrific FT shooting and seeing a therapist to get over his stage fright and working on his outside shooting to beat the Celtics he just wanted to run down and have wade save him

And don’t act like it was just the Celtics. Lebron got bounced by D12 lmao

Please point out where I had a meltdown lol, apparently we can't have conversations and debates on the sports misc about this stuff without trolling, jeez I should have known better. Apparently stating opinions and facts = I'm mad. Okay there buddy. Saying I'm mad is probably an indication of projection here because you seem to have such a hard-on for Kobe because I didn't even mention him once in my original post that you quoted yet you continue to mention him.

Let us not forget either that Kobe at some point wanted out of the Lakers situation, but that would just be too inconvenient to bring up.

There's a big difference between having a hand in trade-talks and the GMs actually being able to pull off the deals. Cavs GMs simply weren't able to pull off any deals that would have landed them star players back then. Lebron could say, I want this guy and I want this guy, doesn't mean the GMs can do it. Lakers were able to surround Kobe with talent, Kobe was gifted with playing with arguably the most dominant big man of all time in Shaq and one of the GOAT coaches of all time in Phil Jackson.

Which hall of fame caliber player did the Cavs acquire back then? Larry Hughes?? lol.

Lebron also had hurdles to get over? Down 3-1 against Golden State? Detroit? Spurs? Joined a Cavs team later on that wasn't even championship bound at all? Joined a Lakers team that isn't even close to being competitive with GS? Lebron did work on his outside shooting so that point is pretty moot and he was a mid-high 70% FT shooter. And literally these things have nothing to do with the fact that the Cavs couldn't surround him with the talent necessary to be a championship contender. Not sure how Wade "saved him" when Lebron was clearly the best player and the Finals MVP of both of his championships with the Heat. Conversely, how many finals MVPs did Kobe win with Shaq?

Your whole excuse for defending KD was "Lebron did it first". And coped hard by saying that KD wouldn't have done it if Lebron didn't do it as if KD isn't capable of making his own decisions. And also saying the Celtics were "old as fukk" when I clearly pointed out that they were in their early 30s and in their primes. So you were wrong on multiple accounts.

MBisonSon
02-22-2019, 10:05 AM
That's a whole lotta tears up there^^^^

MBisonSon
02-22-2019, 10:08 AM
Deflection 101

LMFAO at how stupid some of you don't wanna believe you are.

I posted that cause I knew you hang on my every word and mentioning you would send off bells and alarms in your little gay alien skull.

You didn't disappoint either, squirt.

So I'm rent free yet I can easily manipulate you.

I'm running you, nerd.

AriGhold
02-22-2019, 10:11 AM
Does BB.com do shadow bans? Would be the perfect solution to keep the rent free crew from derailing every thread they enter with their incessant screeching.

MBisonSon
02-22-2019, 12:59 PM
This guy's mad cause he wants the forum to be a LeBron circle jerk.

You 12 bro?

SompletelyCober
02-22-2019, 01:08 PM
This guy's mad cause he wants the forum to be a LeBron circle jerk.

You 12 bro?

The wildest thing is that he's admitted several times he "doesn't care about basketball" and "hates the nba."

Being an obsessive weirdo fan for one player in a sport you grew up playing, watching and love is one thing but just stop for a second and think about how weird it is that this guy has repeatedly admitted he doesn't give a fuk about the sport yet he's dedicated 5+ years of his life to defending everything LeBron says and does and has been riding his dick harder than Savannah in that time.

Let that sink in.

Just really let that sink in for a second.

tekkenbruh
02-22-2019, 01:37 PM
Tiny tekken showing that manlet anger

https://i.imgur.com/dEPD4HP.gif?noredirect

Room temperature IQ crew on a roll today.


LMFAO at how stupid some of you don't wanna believe you are.

I posted that cause I knew you hang on my every word and mentioning you would send off bells and alarms in your little gay alien skull.

You didn't disappoint either, squirt.

So I'm rent free yet I can easily manipulate you.

I'm running you, nerd.

Hobo manlet cope

MBisonSon
02-22-2019, 11:43 PM
Do you weigh over 140 yet?

tekkenbruh
02-23-2019, 01:20 AM
Do you measure over 5’8 yet?

Sikhveins
02-23-2019, 03:50 AM
It’s funny watching people talk about lebron vs D12 or the 18 warriors where lebron is top 5 in PER in those playoff runs literally one of the most efficient players ever in the playoffs but because of his Legm moves and having to leave Cleveland to join a competent front office and franchise he will forever be scurntized.


Literally higer PER’s than MJ.

MBisonSon
02-23-2019, 07:04 AM
It’s funny watching people talk about lebron vs D12 or the 18 warriors where lebron is top 5 in PER in those playoff runs literally one of the most efficient players ever in the playoffs but because of his Legm moves and having to leave Cleveland to join a competent front office and franchise he will forever be scurntized.


Literally higer PER’s than MJ.

(* In a league where LeBron gets 2 FT's if the defender breathes on him too hard.)

And again silly comparisons.

Jordan wanted to take over late and did, LeBron punks out.

Cool stats though.

AriGhold
02-23-2019, 07:11 AM
(* In a league where LeBron gets 2 FT's if the defender breathes on him too hard.)

And again silly comparisons.

Jordan wanted to take over late and did, LeBron punks out.

Cool stats though.

Why do nba players say lebron gets fewer calls than he should because of his size?

Why does Jordan have fewer career playoff game winners?