I didn't take the time to read the ENTIRE article but I do agree that there isn't a limit to his potential. I do however believe that he will not win a championship while Kobe is at his prime. Especially not with the players that they have around him. I think he benefits from the same hype machine that propelled Micheal Jordan to be perceived as the hands down greatest player ever to touch a basketball. The same hype that surrounded Kobe until the incident in Colorado. The only thing he has going for him more so than Jordan is that he is actually likable and not a jerk. Jordan however knocked down his championships while the L was hurting bad, teams are a lot better now and so much more competition so I don't like to compare the two eras. I have a hard time thinking Jordan's Bulls could have won more than 1 or 2 titles had they played this years Lakers or Celtics from a few years ago. I think Lebron will have to change cities to win multiple titles. We will see. Little off subject but I have this rant in my head on a daily basis.
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