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Dennis Rodman says LeBron James would be "average" if he played in the 1990s, among other shots fired in this article.
This post was edited by IrishMarley 13 months ago
Is this the same guy that considers the North Korea leader a good guy?
3 time POTW, member since 2006, MLWTI: 4-3
He doesn't know politics, but I think it's safe to say he knows basketball.
His thong must be ridin up on him.
This post was edited by VegasTide 13 months ago
It's hard for me to believe that Miami could touch the Bulls of that era, or The Bad Boys, or The Celtics of the late 80's, or the Lakers of the 80's, or even the Phi Slamma Jamma reunion in Houston. Those several teams were so physical, fundamental, tough, and filled with hall of famers/stars, that I have a hard time seeing Miami even challenging against them.
However, it's different eras, and what I said above shouldn't take away from what the Miami Heat have accomplished or may accomplish in the future.
Pretty obvious he doesn't know either now...
You can't compare teams from then and now. The game is played a different way. The same player you see today wouldn't play the same then as he does now
This post was edited by OHSethIO 13 months ago
Agreed to a certain extent on all points. But to say that Lebron would be average in any era is ludicrous... and I'm not a Lebron fan. He the perfect blend of size, speed, and accuracy. He's one of the best in the league at almost every facet of the game. Of course Rodman would choose MJ over Lebron and I'm OK w/ that, but to say that he'd be average is just dumb.
I agree. If you drop Lebron in that same era, he would exceed and be far above "average" as Rodman claims.
Lol....I dislike LeBron more than anyone...but dude would avg 40-10-10 during MJ's era. I mean seriously....Reggie miller was considered the 2nd best perimeter player in that era.....and LBJ is 10x the player Reggie was.....and that's being generous.
lol. No he wasn't.
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Ah basketball junkie right here
"punks" ? How much sleep do you lose because of your hatred for Lebron ?
If the Heat win the finals I'll probably lose a couple of hours because of pure anger
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This IrishMarley poster has to be IrishImpact. He was constanty posting about Lebron too
It's the same guy.
I just find it funny how nobody ever gives bron any respect. Even after a title.
Yeah it's me, you haven't heard yet? Have you been living under a rock?
Who doesn't give him respect?
Jordan's teammate says Lebron is better.
This post was edited by mriderblue12 13 months ago
No they don't.
Wow, dumb post. Reggie was 10x the shooter Lebron is and that's not even a debate. Lebron would still be good, but players aren't allowed to play as physical on defense in this era. Jordan, on the other hand, could average 40 a night with these weak ass defensive rules.
And that's not a good thing. Less physical play, more flopping, and less fundamentals now.
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