LeBron James Is Now the Second Greatest Basketball Player Of All Time

April 25th, 2010 by Mark Hauser Leave a reply »
Based upon LeBron's vast improvement (especially defensively) and dominance the last two years, and Kobe's less selfish play over the last three years and his additional championship, I feel the need to update my ranking of the greatest basketball players of all time.

Since you asked, here is my BRAND NEW top 10 in order: Jordan, LeBron, Jabbar, Magic, Russell, Wilt, Bird, Kobe, Robertson, and West (Elgin Baylor, O'Neal, Olajuwon, Duncan, Dr. J, and Rick Barry would be the next six in order, hence, my honorable mention).


Some explanations are in order.


Right now, LeBron is the second greatest basketball player that I have ever seen. But, as I write this (4/25/10), LeBron has zero championships and LeBron's and Kobe's careers are not finished.


Don't worry, I understand the importance of winning championships when ranking the greatest basketball players of all time, but I am not concerned—Leb ...

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