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A great rival of Michael Jordan slices cash between him and LeBron!

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The GOAT debate between LeBron James and Michael Jordan is not close to being resolved, with each having their own opinion on the matter. Recently, it was a contemporary of the Bulls legend who spoke about it… and for the trouble, his verdict will not surprise anyone.

A priori, we will never have a definitive answer to the debate opposing LeBron James and Michael Jordan. Which of them the best all-time player? Impossible to say with certainty, since it is a rather subjective choice. Overall, however, we can see trends emerging: for example, most athletes who played at the time of the Chicago guard mainly favor him over the Lakers superstar. What could be more logical, given that they were able to witness his exploits live.

On the other hand, if there are players who will never hesitate to give their vote to the Chosen One, it is the former members of the Detroit Bad Boys. The latter were the great rivals of His Airness at the end of the 80s, and we cannot say that he is friends with many of them, far from it. A great figure in the double champion team, Bil Laimbeer has also proven it again recently, by cutting into the GOAT debate. The ex-pivot thus showed himself in favor of LBJ:

Bill Laimbeer: ‘LeBron is the best all-timer’

I don’t mince words, I think LeBron is the best player who has ever played this sport. He measures 2m03, weighs 130 kilos, he runs at a crazy speed, he has an out of time relaxation and, above all, when he arrived in the league, from day one, he knew how to involve his teammates. Jordan had to learn to do this for a long time.

When it comes to title, obviously Michael Jordan has more, but I think LeBron, in any generation, would do what he’s doing right now and what he’s done all those years ago. I sincerely believe that he is the best basketball player in the history of the game.

Since we are talking about one of the biggest enemies of the career of the n°23, we would have been surprised to hear something else from him. His Majesty will therefore not be surprised!

However, although Laimbeer is not the most objective in this matter, he raises an interesting point: MJ quickly asserted himself as a crazy scorer, but who at the same time had difficulty getting his teammates to ride his wave. Quite the opposite of L-Train, which very quickly turned to 6-7 passes on average. Not surprising since he has always claimed to prefer to score his own rather than score himself, a character trait much appreciated by the big man.

Bil Laimbeer says it cash: LeBron James would be the best all-time player, ahead of Michael Jordan. We doubt, however, that His Airness pays attention to this comment, in view of the very stormy liabilities between the two men.

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