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    Watching Bulls / Lakers from '91

    For anyone who thinks Kobe or Lebron or anyone else is or ever will be on Michael Jordan's level, please stop. No one is, or ever will be, the player Jordan is. His athletic ability, combined with his will to win simply made him the best ever, and the best there ever will be.



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    Re: Watching Bulls / Lakers from '91

    I disagree. Jordan is loved by many people, but athletically and basketball wise, I can certainly see the greatness in others. Jordan is definitely up there with the greats, but I don't anoint him the best ever, its a nice debate.



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    Re: Watching Bulls / Lakers from '91

    Bulls/Jazz from the NBA finals is also on ESPN Classic for those interested



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    Re: Watching Bulls / Lakers from '91

    I agree. Jordan was so sick to watch. His moves are way better than Kobe.



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    Re: Watching Bulls / Lakers from '91

    yeah....but can he play baseball?



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    Re: Watching Bulls / Lakers from '91

    Jordan and LeBron are just completely different players. They are both absolutely fantastic and would be great in any generation.




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    Re: Watching Bulls / Lakers from '91

    Quote Originally Posted by isuno1fan View Post
    yeah....but can he play baseball?
    Ok you're a chef, but can you farm?



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