Much of the discussion entering the NBA Finals centered around whether LeBron James had closed the “greatest of all-time” gap on Michael Jordan, but that debate has since faded to the point where MJ is now being asked by campers at his Flight School if LeBron has even passed Kobe Bryant on that list.
And Jordan took the bait, ranking James behind Bryant for one simple reason — #ringz:
“Would I rank LeBron over Kobe in terms of best of all time?” Jordan told campers during an informal QA session. “No. There’s something about five that beats three. … Kobe won five championships. LeBron won three. Although, he’s been to seven Finals or something like that.”
That would be seven straight Finals and eight overall. True enough, LeBron is 3-5 in championship series. Bryant finished his career 5-2 with a title on the line. We all should agree this is not the best way to determine who is a better basketball player, since, by this logic alone, Robert Horry and pretty much anyone on the 1960s Boston Celtics would rank higher than Jordan based
Article source: https://sports.yahoo.com/michael-jordan-incorrectly-thinks-kobe-bryant-better-lebron-james-184740390.html
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