LeBron James Who? is he playing tonight?
The greatest of all time debates in the NBA are probably the most tiresome debates you could possibly have.
There’s always that somebody that says it’s Michael Jordan. Then, you’ve got the person who is probably just barely old enough to buy a beer and doesn’t know what a Tamogatchi is who says it’s undeniably LeBron James.
Michael Jordan weighs in on the 🐐 debate. pic.twitter.com/ZiKkeAoCmU
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) January 24, 2020
Then you’ve got the old-head who inserts themselves into the conversation and says something wild like “do you even know what a sky hook is, young fella?” Calm down, grandpa.
Then, of course, you’ve got the Kobe stan who is literally the only person who could possibly think that Kobe Bryant is the greatest basketball player of all time.
Like I said, it’s a tiresome debate. I hate having it. Don’t ask me where I stand.
Apparently, Michael Jordan didn’t feel like having the debate either. When he was asked about the comparisons between he and LeBron as the greatest players of all-time, he took the cop out route. You know the one.
That whole “they played in different eras so we can’t tell!” thing. Yup, he went there.
We all surprised he took the high road but indeed yes he does not want to create any other GOAT debate otherwise it will be all over ESPN and more for thinnest few weeks.