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My own picture finally. This proves that the 90s competition was and still is better than today's competition.
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The 91 Lakers did better than the "73-9" Warriors did in the playoffs before losing to the Bulls. Jordan played so much better against this Lakers team than LeBron did to win his third ring. Magic was the reigning MVP and was a runner up behind Jordan. Magic was arguably the second best player in the league behind Jordan. The Lakers even upset the Blazers with the NBA's best record (63-19). All of this without the overrated Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Yet, somehow the 1991 Lakers weren't a great team.
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Credit to Basketball Writer's Circle:

LeBron failed on his team in games 3-4-5 as he got outplayed by Kawhi Leonard. LeBron only stat padded in the last three games. Leonard outscored him 44-30 in non-blowout situations.
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LeBron's 2007 Finals Run is extremely overrated. Heavily benefited from such weak competition.

In the first round, Butler and Arenas were out due to injuries. Funny how LeBron got outscored and outrebounded by Antawn Jamison.
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Nick Wrong lying and omitting facts about MJ.

Nick talks about how LeBron had the greatest 5.5 year stretch in the history of the NBA when he failed to mention that LeBron had another all time bad performance in the 2014 Finals when he got outplayed by Kawhi Leonard in the last three games. LeBron only stat padded in the last three games. Leonard outscored him in non blowout situations, as well as outrebounding LeBron and playing better defense.

Then he talks about Jordan's first round exits.

Here is what he failed to mention:
Jordan was rookie of course in his first season
His missed 64 games in his sophomore season due to a broken foot.
He had to deal with two drug addicts getting kicked off the team.
LeBron failed to make the playoffs his first two years despite having an all star in Zydrunas IIagaukus playing almost the same amount of minutes has LeBron.

He then talks about Jordan never beat Bird's Celtics in their prime, when LeBron also never beat the Celtics in their prime or at their best. Or when Jordan nearly won one game against the Celtics with 63 points. Here are their ages:
2011 Celtics:
KG:34 Pierce: 33 Allen:35
Wade outplayed LeBron against the 2011 Celtics.

2012 Celtics:
KG:35 Pierce:34 Allen:36
Avery Bradley, possibly their best perimeter defender was out due to injury.

Then, Nick says that Pistons were old when in reality, they were coming off of two straight titles and all of them were in late 20s to early 30s. Doesn't sound like a washed up Pistons to me.

Then he tries to diminish Jordan's first title by saying that Kareem wasn't there. They were still a great team without Kareem. Vlade Divac played a lot better than Kareem did in his last two finals and played just as well as Kareem did when he won his second title with Magic. Magic was coming off an MVP season and lead the Lakers past the best team in the NBA in the TrailBlazers(63-19).

The rest of video he lies about when LeBron leaves the Cavs/Heat they become nothing.

Lastly, he fails to mention that after no notable roster changes before the 1994-95 season, the Bulls were struggling to make playoffs until Jordan came back and only played the last 17 games of the season to send them back to playoffs of course.

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LeShannon omitting facts about MJ.

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Credit to Jordan Wins More in LeBron's Shoes:

Keep in mind that Isiah Thomas' injury isn't an excuse since he still managed to play almost 50 games in the 1990-91 season, and has played through injuries before.
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Credit to Lebron CP3 Sucks:

No excuse for LeBron's historical poor performance in the 2007 Finals. Williams was the same age as LeBron, but was in his second year in the league, and it was his first year being a full time starter. Williams had just as much offensive help, but far less defensive help against the 2007 Spurs. In 3 out of the 5 games, the Spurs scored more the 100 points, but only one game did they score under 90. Carlos Boozer did help Williams with his 21ppg, but that was because Williams created the offense for him. None of the other Jazz players averaged double digits.
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Credit to Jordan Wins More Rings in LeBron's Shoes:

The Truth about the Bulls without Jordan and the Cavs/Heat without LeBron.
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LeBron plays such weak competition, that a Conference Finals opponent of his would not even be a playoff team if they were in a legitimate conference. 2012 Celtics = one of the weakest Conference Finals teams in modern NBA history.
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