The Michael Jordan vs. LeBron James will continue to rage on for decades, and while James has converted a few Jordan fans to his side in recent years, there’s a substantial amount of fans who will never concede Jordan’s G.O.A.T. status.
James, however, fully believes that he’s already the greatest basketball player of all time.
In the latest episode of his ESPN+ series “More Than An Athlete,” James discussed his legacy and opened up on the moment he finally felt like the greatest ever.
According to LeBron, taking down the 73-win Golden State Warriors – and overturning a 3-1 deficit in the 2016 NBA Finals – clinched his spot atop the all-time list.
“I was super, super ecstatic to win one for Cleveland because of the 52-year drought…. The first wave of emotion was when everyone saw me crying, like, that was all for 52 years of everything in sports that’s gone on in Cleveland.
And then after I stopped, I was like… that one right there made you the greatest player of all time.
Everybody was just talking — how [the Warriors] were the greatest team of all time, like it was the greatest team ever assembled. And for us to come back, you know, the way we came back in that fashion, I was like, ‘You did, you did something special.’ That’s probably one of the only times in my career I felt like, oh, [expletive], like you did something special.”
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