16th of February 2013 Author: Glo Wood
On Friday LeBron James acknowledges Michael Jordan's comments concerning Los Angeles Lakers' Kobe Bryant being a more successful player in his opinion. The basis of his is due to the number of titles that Bryant has won.
James is unaffected by Jordan's comments also says that the number of winning championships doesn't define a player's career.
Jordan a Floridian newspaper that, 'If you had to pick between the two, that would be a tough choice, but five beats one every time I look at it.'
Jordan was referencing championships Bryant over the course of his 17-year tenure as a Lakers player.
'Yeah, I heard them,' James said of Jordan's opinions. 'I heard them. You know, I don't have a take on them. He said he'd take Kobe over me because five rings are better than one and the last time he checked, five is better than one. But that's his opinion. At the end of the day, rings don't always define someone's career. If that's the case, I would sit up and here and say (Bill) Russell over Jordan. But I wouldn't. I wouldn't take Russell over Jordan. Russell has 11 rings and Jordan has six. Or I would take, I don't know, Robert Horry (seven-time NBA champion) over Kobe. I wouldn't do that. But it's your own opinion.
'Jud Buechler (three-time NBA champion with the Bulls from 1996-1998) has multiple rings. Charles Barkley doesn't have one ring. He's not better than Charles Barkley. Rings don't define a person's career. Rings don't define a person's career. Patrick Ewing is one of the greatest of all time. Reggie Miller is one the greatest of all time. You know, sometimes, it's the situation that you're in and the team that you're in, but it's also about timing as well.'
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