I have avoided ESPN all week, even more so than I usually do. They have literally nothing better to talk about. LeBron has had an awesome, amazing, unreal stretch but s*** man. I heard Herm Edwards compare it to Joe Montana and Jerry Rice, who won 4 f***ing Super Bowls! This was obviously done over years and when it counted, not over a few regular season games.
Somewhat quick tangent, have you seen what the anchors on SportsCenter have been doing lately? The Indian dude narrated the Dog Show thing in a British accent this morning and a while back, Stu Scott opened a highlight with some Def Poetry Jam s***. I'm glad I gave up on that journalsim major after watching these atrocities on television and mankind in general.
But look, if you really have to have this debate about Michael Jordan and LeBron, your basketball fan rights should be revoked, you must have been born after '98 and I hate you. I hope I May Be Sharpe posts that Oprah gif on here. F***.
damn chill out bro
A sports analyst said on twitter the reason why people get so offended about Jordan vs. LeBron is because people feel like your challenging their childhood. This guy is a prime example
should we call the wahmbulance?
from getting the answer.
i don't have a problem that guys that didn't watch Jordan play says that Kobe or Lebron is better, i don't mind is funny, the think that actually makes me laugh is analysts the so called "EXPERTS" that are actually old enough that watched MJ, Kobe and Lebron, doing always the same thing because they want the next Jordan in the NBA and you have a LOT of examples, when you say Kobe or Lebron is better just because some guys started watching the NBA in the mid 2000's i don't mind, it bothers me is reading, listening or watching some things that makes me laugh... like Kobe is so CLUTCH and Lebron is not and saying without checking facts, i only say respect the game, the players and the eras and if you wanna talk about who was best i hope when you talk you know the facts that's all lol
Simple, read ESPN for the stats, not the stories.