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Sports Lonzo Ball says LeBron's better than Kobe

13:21  12 august  2017
13:21  12 august  2017 Source:   thescore.com

Michael Jordan still ranks Kobe Bryant ahead of LeBron James

  Michael Jordan still ranks Kobe Bryant ahead of LeBron James Michael Jordan was asked if LeBron James has passed Kobe Bryant among the all-time greatest players in NBA history. Jordan’s simple answer? “No.” Jordan was speaking at his Flight School Camp in Santa Barbara, Calif., where he was asked by a camper if he thought James ranked ahead of Bryant all time. His answer cut straight to the point.“Would I rank LeBron over Kobe, best of all time? No. It’s something about five that beats three. Now he (James) might be mad with me now but Kobe won five championships.

Getty Image. On Friday, Lonzo Ball was asked where he stands in the Kobe Vs LeBron debate and the team’ s top draft pick was honest with his answer when he said that he would choose LeBron over the Lakers legend. Dear Lonzo , Lebron is NOT better than Kobe .

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"I've been saying LeBron my whole life, so I'm gonna go with LeBron." - Lonzo on the Kobe vs. LeBron debate

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Lonzo Ball may have just hit a nerve in Los Angeles.

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The Lakers' No. 2 overall pick offered his opinion on the "LeBron vs. Kobe" debate, saying that while he understands the case for Bryant, he's still thinks The King is the better player.

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LaVar Ball: I’d beat Michael Jordan under any circumstance

  LaVar Ball: I’d beat Michael Jordan under any circumstance Michael Jordan finally responded earlier in the week to LaVar Ball’s absurd claim that he could beat the six-time NBA champion in a game of one-on-one, and you won’t be surprised to learn that Jordan disagrees. Michael Jordan finally responded earlier in the week to LaVar Ball’s absurd claim that he could beat the six-time NBA champion in a game of one-on-one, and you won’t be surprised to learn that Jordan disagrees. You’ll be even less surprised to hear that Ball isn’t backing down.

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Now, No. 1 overall pick Markelle Fultz has those same qualities. To a degree, he's an even better scorer and shooter than Ball, and he's probably a more skilled pick-and-roll ball-handler.The difference between the two top picks comes on the defensive end of the floor. Both have the physical tools to become phenomenal defenders at the point guard position. They're tall, long, and move exceptionally well from side-to-side.One player is actually engaged on defense, however, while the other looks completely disinterested. Can you guess which is which?Here's a hint — the lackadaisical defender's team went 9-22 during the 2016-17 college basketball season and spent the NCAA Tournament watching the games from the couch.Fultz showed up when Washington played UCLA, outperforming Ball in that one game. But one game doesn't make an NBA career, and the fact that Fultz only wanted to get up for the biggest competition is a glaring mark against the first pick. NBA Draft grades for all 30 teams, from the Lakers (A+) to the Bulls (F-)

Report: LeBron James is '100 percent' leaving the Cavaliers .
The idea that LeBron James would leave the Cleveland Cavaliers for a second time in his career seems to be picking up steam. It was recently reported by ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski that Cleveland’s asking price for Kyrie Irving is directly linked to the idea that the team will ultimately lose James in free agency next summer (more on that here).Now comes this report from veteran NBA scribe Chris Sheridan indicating through a source that James himself is definitely leaving and that his relationship with owner Dan Gilbert is “beyond repair.”NBA source said today: "This will be LeBron's final season in Cleveland.

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