Is Labron better than MJ?

755172_630x354 I know that in Chicago, it's almost against our religion to even consider that any basketball player "before or since" is MJ's equal- let alone his superior. BUT- watching "King James" again knock out the Bulls this post season with his incredible display of doing everything, showing up again into the NBA finals this wk - ya gotta wonder!

His stats against Atlanta were off the charts! Scoring, rebounding, assists, defense, blocks-- guarding everybody, being "associate point guard ETC., is just remarkable. For someone his size-6ft 9, 270lbs to have such speed & quickness, agility & skill is unique.

I Don't know if he'll win as many titles as Michael, although he might, but his ability to make everybody around him better, & his outright overall basketball skills level makes this a good question---

What do you think?

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