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The largest discovery of all NBA Legend heritage



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The biggest problem in all NBA legend heritage. The legend of the NBA has helped the game a lot and has done a tremendous job. But reality is indeed a human being, even though they all work in basketball, which is huge and never replicated between us.

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41 thoughts on “The largest discovery of all NBA Legend heritage

  1. LMAO, bruh. I can't take you seriously. First off with mj, the second year without him they were around.500 then he came back then they started winning again. Also Scottie pippen was made by Jordan. Jordan put him through hell to become the player he was. He didn't come into the league like that. Come on dude, the one argument you said was valid was also flawed

  2. Its always a subjective argument. Bottom line….greatness is usually defined by winning at the highest level while also exhibiting above average skill and performances. The first critera is "head to head" competition….the next would be dominance in the context of the player's career against their opponents. Jordan is still considered the greatest by virtue of being a "guard" (6'6..215) who dominated the league in his prime at a time when having a great big man was the key. Lebron has dominated his conference….not the league and failed at the highest level more than he has won (even if you want to factor in Jordan's playoff losses and Lebron's).

  3. While Lebron did do terrible in 2011, it’s depressing that no one talks about Dirk. He would’ve came back from 3-0. He was not losing that series. Greatest playoff player of all time. Easy

  4. People love to crucify LeBron for his 2011 finals performance and yes, it was a very disappointing series…however, i don't think it's the worst finals performance by a top 20 player. Kobe in 2000 and in 2004 played worse than that. Magic in 1984 when people called him Tragic Johnson…But of course LeBron haters are going to say that Kobe was 21 in his first finals and some may argue that he played well in 04. Well, shooting bricks from all over the court to put 22 on the stat list is good for some.

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