7 Reasons Why LeBron James Will Surpass Michael Jordan As The Greatest Player Ever
2. The Numbers
LeBron may not have the career scoring average that Jordan does. But he averages more rebounds, assists, a better field goal percentage, and even a better 3 point percentage. Jordan scores three more points a game than LeBron does, but is not nearly as efficient as LeBron and doesn’t help his team as well in other ways like LeBron can. Jordan has only one more MVP than LeBron and I anticipate LeBron will win at least two more before his career is over. Jordan is 4th on the all time scoring list with 32,292 while LeBron currently sits 20th with 24,913. If LeBron keeps up his current scoring rate he will surpass Jordan in 4 seasons.
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