LeBron James still has a long way to go before he's considered the greatest NBA player of all time.
Sure, he has his first NBA title, his three NBA MVPs and a plethora of other NBA honors that most players never even come close to obtaining.
When you compare him to other legends of the game, like Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, it's clear that he still has some work to do.
Michael Jordan—Six-time NBA champion, Six-time NBA Finals MVP, Five-time NBA MVP, 14-time NBA All-Star, 10-time NBA scoring champion, 10-time All-NBA First Team, Nine-time NBA All-Defensive First Team, Two-time NBA Slam Dunk champion.
Kobe Bryant—Five-time NBA champion, Two-time NBA Finals MVP, 2008 NBA MVP, 14-time NBA All-Star, Two-time NBA scoring champion, 10-time All-NBA First Team, Nine-time NBA All-Defensive First Team, 1997 NBA Slam Dunk champion.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar—Six-time NBA champion, Six-time NBA MVP, 19-time NBA All-Star, 10-time All-NBA First Team, Two-time NBA scoring champion and five-time NBA All-Defensive First Team.
LeBron James—2012 NBA champion, 2012 NBA Finals MV ...
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