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it's accurate though when you look at it though a-rod doesn't come up in clutch moments but definitely had more talent then derek jeter but jeter is preferred cause he comes up in those moments and it's same for kobe and lebronDon't ever compare Derek Jeter to Kobe.kobe = derek jeter and lebron = alex rodriguez
The day Jeter retires, tears will be shed
look at the difference in minutes thoughhttp://www.basketball-reference.com/Originally posted by Inactive UserShow me your source.
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Fucktard we been developed a ratio
don't know how people who actually watch basketball can disagree with this. lebron is athletically gifted in a way that no nba player has ever been and his bball iq is really fucking high. he can combine both to assert his dominance. however, he's clearly lacking in the clutch and killer instinct category that kobe and mj are known for.as an athlete lebron is probably the best NBA player in that sense , but he doesn't have that killer and clutch insitnct kobe and MJ have
bitch, dont kill my vibe...
Kobe and Lebron are both as equally confident/cocky. When your the best in the league/world you get to be. Kobe looks at the ref for calls more than a muhhfucka so that argument is irrelevant. Kobe is from a different era of basketball so you know he not flopping.Lebron is cocky as hell and always looks to the ref for the foul call, even when there is none. Lebron flops all day. I have never seen Kobe flop, and that's because he respects the game. Kobe, in my eyes, and in the eyes of many, is better. Lebron may be better now, but in the end, Kobe is better.
Thats just disrespectful lolkobe = derek jeter and lebron = alex rodriguez
This argument is irrelevant. When jordan lost his explosiveness he developed a fadeaway. Who says Lebron wont develop new skills. He gets better every year and his stats show it. Lebron will always have size and will be a mismatch all over the court.Lebron relies too heavily on physicality and driving. When he gets older he wont know how to create shots like Kobe does.
Although I agree with the first part, I can't not respond to the second. I hate when theres that one dude who brings up Bill Russell, he played in an era where he was playing against small white guys, yes he came up against Wilt... but apart from that... the game was so different back then, that era was weak. Wilt, just no, he had Jerry West, Elgin Baylor and Gail Goodrich and only won once with the Lakers and in the end only won twice when he should have been unstoppable and won every year. Kareem has the best resume in basketball history probably and invented the most unstoppable shot to date so there's an argument there... but at the end of the day saying anyone is better than MJ is just blasphemous to me, he played in basketballs prime era and went six for six in the finals, was part of two three-peats, putting up disgusting numbers, playing ridiculous defense, the list is endless .. just my opinion though.why are you so eager to jump to conclusions? and why must people demand such an unambiguous answer? so many factors that go into determining someones "greatness", not to mention personal preferences and biases...so if you want to argue apples and oranges then go ahead but there hasn't been a good point made in this thread yet...
and MJ is not the GOAT...i'd put Bill Russell above him and maybe even Wilt and Kareem...and I'm a huge MJ fan, watched him my whole childhood...