LeBron James= The Chosen One?

LeBron James - The Chosen One
March 25, 2007 12:21am CST
About my opinion, I don't really think he is a chosen one of nba, you've seen a better nba player in histoy, Michael Jordan which I think he is a best nba player. So, I don't see any good performance on LeBron James, his points are not bad, but his assist and rebounds are low. So, what's your opinion about him, guys?
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@Makoy1983 (1086)
• Philippines
25 Mar 07
he's got some not so good numbers during his rookie season. but he's improving season ater season. the game 7 duel against the detroit pistons was a testament to that. just recently, he's got 24 points, 17 rebounds and 9 assists against the utah jazz, which i don't think are bad numbers at all. given more time, king james would still shine brighter, and he'll become one of the greats in the league. he's still young, he's still got a lot of time to improve and mature. i won't be surprised if he'll win a number of MVP crowns and maybe give cleveland their first ever title
@atenk_aja (118)
• Indonesia
30 Mar 07
i think lebron james is one of the best player in NBA.. but he reputation still not prove until end of his carrier...
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@AmbiePam (49475)
• United States
29 Mar 07
I'm with you. I just don't see why everyone wants to annoint him so quickly. So far, Michael Jordan is untouchable. Lebron has to learn to be clutch in the 4th quarter like Michael was. Jordan took over the game. Sometimes Lebron looks unnatural trying to make the game his own when the clock starts winding down. And Lebron's defense has to improve before his crown is offically attached to his head.
@Makoy1983 (1086)
• Philippines
10 Apr 07
lebron still has a lot to learn. his strength is an advantage over michael jordan. one of the things that he should work on as soon as possible is his decision making. at his young age, he has already proven his worth to be a leader.