I stand corrected on Boeheim coaching MJ, but the rest of your post was a joke.
I love how you only bring up scoring. As if LeBron's superiority in passing and rebounding doesn't matter.
I've said it before and I'll say it again: LeBron of 2013 is better than Mike ever was. That means he's currently better than Mike ever was.
I never once said his career is better than MJ's. He's only 28!
56.8% from the field to go along with better passing, better rebounding, and more versatile ability on D.
Better across the board means better overall. Only a nostalgic, out-of-touch, biased clown stuck in the '80s can't see that.
Last edited by Nav22 : 02-27-2013 at 02:02 PM.