At this stage of his career? Look back 20 years ago... Jordan was no different then Lebron. People hated on him just like they have hated on Lebron. He couldn't win in college his last two years without Worthy... then he couldn't win his first 5 years in the NBA until he got Pip, Phil, ect... Everyone hated on him saying he would never be Magic.... Sound familiar? People say he has the killer instinct that lebron doesn't have, and that he just flat out loved to win more then anyone... My question is, where was this instinct and love to win those 7 straight years before he got some help? Again, sounds familiar..
Luckily for Jordan, he played for a big market team who was able to bring some pieces in around him. Lebron on the other hand, was on a small market team who refused to bring big names in... so as expected, as people do in life, they move up in the world and go where they can be successful.. Lebron got a team around him and is now is a yearly contender to win titles at age 27, just as Jordan was..
Arrogant Jordan left the game (for gambling reasons?) and thought he could be the best at everything... thought he could pick up and immediately become a pro baseball player.. We all know how that worked out.. Arrogant Lebron held a tv show thinking he's the man, just as Jordan thought... Both young and stupid...
Both seem like complete dickheads in all honesty... but on the court, at this point in his career, at age 28... Is there an argument against saying Lebron has accomplished as much as the greatest player that has ever lived at this stage in life?