Kobe and Lebron Debate, Can We Please End It Now?


I think Lebron James is a phenomenal player. His mother Gloria deserves a special page in the biology text book for mothering such a fine specimen because James seems to add another page to Darwin's theory of evolution. 

The one thing that I truly could not withstand all this time is that how the NBA, David Stern, Nike, and ESPN (and that means the great John Hollinger) were so eager to place James as the best player of the sport so prematurely. 

I even wrote an article stating that all the external doting of James will actually hinder his growth. I don't think there is anything particularly wrong with James himself. His work ethic, his competitive attitude is built for playing the highest level. 

Then again people are entitled to their own opinions so I can't try to take the ice cream cone away from one kid and give to the other kid who deserves it more. 

Up until now, Lebron James showed plenty of great highlight reels and stats to feed their fans to back him up as the best player. He now has won two regular season MVP awards and from the looks of it, he may be able to win the next five. 

His fans have stubbornly argued that the ring less James easily crushes Kobe Bryant's accolades solely on regular season accomplishments and future potential alone. I've seen plenty of attempts at this website trying to place James ahead of Jordan. Scary huh? 

Well here comes the crunching reality that the James fans finally cannot break away from. For 2 years in a row, James led his team through the regular season with the best record of those seasons. For 2 years in a row, he won the regular season MVP. For 2 years in a row, he entered the playoffs with home court advantage all the way. For 2 years in a row, he was widely believed as the best player in the best team with the best chances of winning a title. 

He has not only failed to lead t...

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