Draymond Green Says LeBron James Is ‘Arguably the Greatest Player of All Time’

Golden State Warriors star forward Draymond Green has nothing but words of praise for Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James. According to Green, LeBron is “arguably the greatest player of all time.”

The Warriors forward appeared on ESPN’s “First Take” and said what we already knew. Oh yes, he was also wearing his Klutch shirt.

“He’s arguably the greatest player of all-time,” Green said. “Look at his resume, it’s flawless.”

Draymond Green praises LeBron James

Green and LeBron met each other in four consecutive NBA Finals. The Warriors won three of these games. But, this doesn’t change the fact that LeBron has one of the best resumes in the league. He won three NBA titles, four MVP awards, 16 All-Star appearances and 12 All-NBA first-team honors.

LeBron is ready to become the best basketball player in league history. In a 2016 interview, King James told Lee Jenkins of Sports Illustrated that he is chasing the Bulls legend.

“My motivation is this ghost I’m chasing,” he said back then. “The ghost played in Chicago.”

In 2018, LeBron appeared on ESPN’s More Than An Athlete series and said that the title he won with the Cleveland Cavaliers actually put him on the top. This championship helped LeBron become the greatest basketball player of all time.

“That’s what I felt,” LeBron said. “I was super, super ecstatic to win one for Cleveland because of the 52-year drought. … The first wave of emotion was when everyone saw me crying, like, that was all for 52 years of everything in sports that’s gone on in Cleveland. And then after I stopped, I was like—that one right there made you the greatest player of all time.”

Michael Jordan has six titles, but LeBron has been putting some insane numbers. The Lakers superstar has plenty of time left, and he will have enough time to add more numbers.

The NBA season will resume on July 30, and players will have a chance to compete. LeBron, Anthony Davis and the rest of the team have put the Lakers on top of the West. Will they reach the top of the league?