LeBron James Can’t Be Compared to Michael and Magic, Says NBA Legend Sam Perkins

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For the first time since 2005, LeBron James will not be part of the NBA postseason. For the first time since 2010, we won’t see LeBron compete in the NBA Finals in June.

LeBron just recently passed Michael Jordan on the all-time scoring list but won’t be passing MJ any time soon in championship rings. NBA legend Sam Perkins on the Scoop B & Reg Podcast gave his take on the comparison between LeBron, Michael, and Magic, he insisted that James won’t be able to match Michael when it comes to championships.

Perkins of course teammates with Jordan on the 1982 national championship North Carolina team. They also competed against each other when the Bulls faced the SuperSonics in the 1996 NBA Finals.

LeBron’s first season with the Lakers was more dramatic and confusing than glamorous and glorifying, but the franchise will surely be aggressive in how they approach this coming offseason, particularly in free agency.

As James wraps up year 16, he’s already promised the Laker faithful that the drought will not continue.

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Ray Allen recently commented on the unfairness of the MJ/LeBron debates. They won’t be dying down anytime soon as LeBron looks to complete the last phase of his all-time great career.

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Martin is the Founder, Chief Editor, and Head Skills Development Trainer for Basketball Society. Martin has work experience in digital media, radio, and journalism. He started a basketball blog and internet radio show in 2013 on Blog Talk Radio. Martin previously hosted the Knightcap show for WCTC 1450 AM covering the Rutgers Men's Basketball team. He has been featured as a writer on sites such as Def Pen, TV Film News, and All Hip-Hop. Martin played high school basketball at South Brunswick High School (NJ) where he graduated in 2007. He is a 1,000-point scorer at SBHS and an All-Middlesex County performer as a 3-year varsity starter. He helped lead SBHS to their first ever Central Jersey Group 4 sectional state championship in 2007. Martin played college basketball at Eastern University, where he graduated (BA) in 2012. Martin was a four-year starter and a 1,000-point scorer at EU and a 1st-Team All-MAC Conference performer. Follow Mart on Twitter @Marsoaries and on Instagram @martin_soaries

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