LeBron James 'Best Player That's Ever Played the Game'

Six-time NBA champion has a huge following in China

Six-time NBA champion has a huge following in China

"I'm very vocal on this", he said.

Pistons legend and current Las Vegas Aces head coach Bill Laimbeer told ESPN's First Take on Tuesday that he "firmly" believes LeBron James, not Michael Jordan, is the greatest player of All-Time, due to his ability to make players better from the moment he entered the league.

"It measures 6'8" (2.03 meters), weighs 285 pounds and plays like a small forward.

Two-time Super Bowl champion Torrey Smith declared that James would have won five rings in a row had he replaced Jordan on the Bulls in 1996.

Laimbeer, 62, did give a nod to Jordan for his six National Basketball Association championships. "That's something Jordan had to learn for a long time".

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"But I think Lebron in any generation would be doing what he's doing right now", Laimbeer said.

Covering Jordan's last 1997 -1998 championship drive with the Chicago Bulls, "The Last Dance" draws on never-seen-before footage, filmed from within the Bull's inner sanctum, the team having allowed an NBA Entertainment crew unprecedented access for the duration of the season.

The Pistons of the 1980s-90s were known to play a bruising blue-collar style, earning them the nickname the "Bad Boys".

Laimbeer includes that Michael Jordan- a longtime and also despised competitor throughout Chicago and also Detroit's playoff battles of the '80 s and also '90 s- was a "one man band" for numerous years before embracing an extra team-oriented video game en course to 6 National Basketball Association titles.

Jordan and the Bulls reigned over the 1990s, capturing six titles with dual three-peats from 1991-93 and 1996-98.

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