The CEO of Boston Celtics, Danny Ainge, seemed stunned after Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James was the biggest basketball player of all time over the weekend.
James In an episode of More Than An Athlete, he said he won the NBA title for the Cleveland Cavaliers 3-1
Ainge who won two titles with the Celtics As a player and leader, he was a little more skeptical when speaking on Thursday about James' comments on 98.5 The Sports Hub's "Toucher & Rich" show.
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"His career is not over yet," he said. "I just want to – why he says that, I do not know. Maybe he thinks that is selling. Maybe he approaches Donald Trump's approach and tries to sell himself. I dont know.
However, Ainge said that James was at least one of the biggest conversations of all time.
"Obviously, LeBron is in every conversation with the greatest player ever. But time will tell, I do not know if anyone knows who is the greatest of times, because the years are so different. "
James has resumed the debate with his comments written in
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LEBRON JAMES BLASTS NFL, CALL OWNERS WITH "OLAVOORO" 19659005] "At that moment, I was the best player ever, I felt that," he said, referring to winning a championship at the Cavaliers. "I was great, very excited When I won one for Cleveland because of the 52-year drought, the first wave of emotions was that everyone saw me crying, it was all 52 years when it was all about the sport in Cleveland, and then, after I quit I thought, "This one Here, you made the greatest player of all time. "