Wednesday, February 1, 2023

Jordan reveals how he’d beat Curry and LeBron one-on-one

In recent years, and despite his reluctance to go public to discuss this type of issue (except in the extraordinary documentary the last DanceMichael Jordan has been compared to the best players of the era, including the late Kobe Bryant. MJ is still widely regarded as the most iconic player in NBA history, one of the greatest by many fans, and his aura lives on and off the court nearly two decades after his third and final retirement as a player. Is. (Owner still in Charlotte).

Jordan has been asked about Curry or LeBron, the two stars who have starred in the most NBA Finals appearances over the past twelve years (Currie has six and LeBron nine make it fifteen), on several occasions. The recurring question with New York talent is usually, narrowing it down to different terrains, who would win a one-on-one meeting against in his prime.

Contra Stephen Curry: “It will be me who will go against him because I am a bit older. I could have pushed him back.”,

Against LeBron James: “He’s big. Could I beat him? Definitely. And he’s going to say that too, no doubt”,

Jordan, 59, continues his retired life as the largest shareholder of the Charlotte Hornets, the team he chose to continue his legacy in North Carolina (the place where he played as a player). where they had a blast with the Tar Heels). During his playing career, ‘Air’ won six NBA championships and was named MVP of the season five times. He averaged 30.1 points in his career with the Bulls and Wizards, posting a tournament best of five ten times and once being held out as a defensive player. He is one of the few people in the United States to be nicknamed ‘The Goat’.

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