It's a sign of the size of LeBron James that all his insane performances in this wild NBA postseason have been followed by comparisons with Michael Jordan.
This year's MVP favorite James Harden and last year's MVP Kevin Durant are still alive In these playoffs, there was little dispute over who is the best player in today's game.
This year's conference finale, in which James almost single-handedly led Cleveland to the finals with a 4: 3 win over Boston in the finals, Durant and Harden missed the opportunity to kick the other out, was good for the Cavs superstar today's game.
Harden could win the MVP, and Durant could go back as a final MVP, but James is better. It's that simple.
But better than Jordan? That's a question that's impossible to answer, but a debate that only gets more intense after James's 35-point, 1
Firing hot shots even before James left the yard in Boston. There were many who were ready to call him the new GOAT.
But that only ignited the pro-Jordan crowd.
In the midst of madness, there were also some pretty decent jokes.
It was enough to send Olympian Lolo Jones to bed.
Thank God for Kobe Bryant, to whom we give the last word.