I think he's better than Tim and Shaq and his legacy has surpassed theirs. He's on Cap's heels if not tied with him. MJ's my #1 so there's that. I ain't mad at anyone calling Cap the GOAT though.
But I think overall, Bron's post basketball career will top Jordan's from a social standpoint. Maybe not business wise but he has tons of potential there too so it's not out of the realm of possibility.
I mean, I friggin' LOVE Survivor's Remorse and MJ has nothing like that in his arsenal.
>2.) Lebron's Impact is gonna be greater than MJ's. > >First part he's trying to cop pleas. And he needs to cut it >out. He's not Top 3 right now. He hasn't passed even Tim yet >or Shaq, let alone MJ and eventually Cap. So cut that out. > >But listening to this dude on Open Run talking about his >photographic memory and how his mind is too advanced. Cut it >out bro. > >And you better win some more, cuz you ain't gonna eat off this >last title for the rest of your career. > >Second part, watching him on the Daily Show this week with >Trevor Noah I find it safe to say his impact culturally and >across community's is gonna be greater than MJ's. He's a >nicer, more personable, smarter version that shows what a >modern day sports superstar can be. > >Not gonna say he'll reach Ali proportions, but he's still got >a greater mark to make. And for that I root for this dude, >besides the fact he's pretty great at hoops and a generational >talent. > >