There’s an ongoing debate regarding the best basketball player of all times. It includes LeBron James, Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant and a few others. it’s all fun and games until one of them says it’s ‘unfair.’ It’s LeBron.
LeBron James has been compared to Bryant in so many occasions. The whole thing turned into a mess after LeBron agreed to sign a four-year contract with the Los Angeles Lakers. Bryant’s fan destroyed his murals in LA, and even team owner Jeanie Buss had to step in and defend LeBron.
For some fans, Bryant is the basketball god who never
didn’t do anything wrong on the court. That’s how LeBron got into trouble. Some
fans can’t let go of the past, and they would probably deny every success has
on the floor. He may win a few championship for the team, and he won’t be good
for some fans. So, yes, LeBron is tired of this. During his interview with Jim
Hill of CBS, LeBron talked about this comparison, saying it’s “unfair” to
think that’s unfair,” he said.
“That’s going to be the only
thing that’s unfair in this conversation we have today because I think at the
end of the day, we are all different.”
LeBron is right. Their careers are different at so
fans, Michael Jordan himself. Kobe fans, Kobe himself. LeBron fans, and LeBron
himself. We’re all different on the simple fact that we all take different
challenges, we’ve all had challenges, we’ve all had different courses, but the
one thing that’s the same is that we would do anything to play this game of
basketball every single day.
“Mike had his path, Mike was
the greatest. Kobe had his path, Kobe was the greatest. I had my own path,
hopefully someday someone will say I’m the greatest.”
What about his “chosen one” tattoo? And we can’t forget the times he
called himself the best player of all time. it happend during an episode of
ESPN’s More Than An Athlete. LeBron didn’t say he’s better than Kobe Bryant or
the rest of the others, but there are a few contradictions in the comments he
makes. That’s what fans say.