Legacy: LeBron James Vs. Larry Bird, Magic Johnson And Michael Jordan

July 4th, 2010 by Byron Syphrett Leave a reply »

I recently read, "LeBron James Free Agency: If You Can't Beat Them, Don't Join Them" by Ros Dumlao.

She presented a pretty good case for why LeBron may need to sign away from other big-name free agents to be considered the Greatest of All Time.

I am writing this as an article, to extend my comment and to assert that playing with great players would not automatically be a detriment to the legacy of LeBron James. Please let me know if you agree or disagree.

To be fair, I can understand the argument posed in this article and I have marked it as a like, because this is a great debate. Additionally, this is probably a real consideration for Mr. James as he attempts to draw his decision on where he goes. 

In her article, she says:

"James has to overcome Wade, Kobe Bryant, Carmelo Anthony, and Dwight Howard. He has to stomp over little Derrick Rose and other rising stars in the NBA."

She also points out that Magic Johnson, Larry Bird and Michael Jordan had great supporting casts. I just want to point out how great the supporting casts were.

I marked her article as a like and wanted ...

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