I wouldn't have brought it up, blame JCane who I am sure wouldn't have said a word had Ginoboli and Parker not choked away game 6.
Everything LeBron doesn't do something, the Jordan crowd quickly let's you know that Jordan would have done it.
Just like game six when Allen hit the three and Bosh blocked Green in the corner. How quickly people forget the same thing happening in the final seconds of game six in the Chicago v. Phoenix series that got Jordan his third ring.
Jordan was a great player. So is LeBron. No question now.
I know Jordan was a great player, but he has no connection with me. I did not see him in his prime, winning those rings. People from that era know him well because it seems like he is the only person that won rings, along with the entire Bulls teams. I recognize Kobe, Shaq, Duncan, Parker, Gionobli, Wade, Lebron and so on as the great champions of my time. I watched them play, I grew up on it, and that is what I can compare Lebron to. He seems to be on the right path to greatness. I don't understand how so many people would rather complain rather than appreciate what is going on. Its a different era, and people are too afraid to let go of the past. Its like me bring up the undefeated Dolphins to everyone as my argument of greatest teams. Its in the past, and is not a valid comparison to teams and players of today. In fact I was not even born, not even a thought at that time. It feels like that when people talk about Jordan as if they were around to see it.
Not saying he is overrated, I know he is the best to play the game, but I don't have that connection with him. Like when people fail to recognize the fact that Bill Russell has 11 rings. People are always compared to Jordan in terms of rings, but never Russell. I am sure people that saw Russell play think he is better than Jordan.
3 World Championships 06-13!!!
Heat: much more of a "dynasty" than jest ever were "elite." Man up
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