SportsPulse: Let’s stop the madness. USA TODAY Sports’ Trysta Krick explains why. Michael Jordan is still the GOAT and LeBron James is still chasing him.
USA TODAY Sports
It’s tough to top perfection. Or, to be more accurate, the perception of perfection.
Michael Jordan won his six rings in six Finals tries, with those two three-peats separated by his first retirement and that brief-but-fascinating minor league baseball career. They say nobody bats 1.000, but his ability to do just that on the NBA’s greatest stage is the main reason his playoff legacy remains unmatched.
Pick a player not named Jordan who’s considered an all-time great, and they had a blemish on their Finals resume. From LeBron James’ five Finals losses to Bill Russell (11-1), Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (6-4), Magic Johnson (5-4), Wilt Chamberlain (2-4), Kobe Bryant (5-2), Shaquille O’Neal (4-2), Larry Bird (3-2), and Tim Duncan (5-1), they all fell short at
Article source: https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nba/2018/05/13/michael-jordan-lebron-james-which-one-greatest-all-time/602231002/
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