June 23, , NBA Hall of Fame player Dennis Rodman
Recently accepted an interview.
When talking about the topic of “if Jordan plays in this league today, how many points can he average per game”, Rodman looked serious, and after thinking for a while, he said: He can average more than 50 points per game!
American media ClutchPoints reporter Ashish Mathur reported.
Ashish Mathur added that as Jordan’s teammate for many years, Dennis Rodman has stood up to maintain Jordan’s authority as before.
Rodman said that Jordan is the best player in NBA history, he is better than LBJ (James), there is no doubt about it.
“If Jordan plays in this era, he can average 50 points per game, not to mention the current scale of player confrontation and referee judgment.” Rodman was full of enthusiasm on ESPN’s “First Take”, “Jordan is the most in history.
Good, he can be better than James. In my eyes, James is the top three players in history, but I don’t understand why some people say he is GOAT”
GOAT means the best in history, the English initials of Greatest of All Time in English.
Both Jordan and James are epoch-making players, and both are superstars rarely seen in history.
Jordan won 6 championships with the Bulls, with a record of 6 wins and 0 losses in the finals.
Before Jordan, many people thought that the greatest star in basketball history was controversial. Chamberlain, Magician, and Larry Bird all had their own supporters, but after Jordan appeared, this topic ended.
James has 4 MVPs, 3 championships, and 3 FMVPs in his career so far. Now he is 35 years old and still maintains a high level, and he can lead the team to the championship next season.
In addition, James also has a series of records of “the fastest player with xx points”. These records more or less prove that James’ talent is really unparalleled in history.
But James also has weaknesses, his shooting ability, the embarrassment of failing 6 of his 9 trips to the Finals, and so on.
The topic of “the best in history” was brought up again because of the appearance of James.
Ashish Mathur analyzed that Jordan averaged 30.1 points per game in his career, never won the championship, and came back again after retiring midway, and was able to win three consecutive championships. Such a “willful” way of winning the championship is admirable.
Indeed, James has surpassed Jordan’s total playoff points, but it also took James more games to complete this achievement.
Finally, Ashish Mathur said that James may be the best in his era, but the best in history, Ashish Mathur still agrees with Rodman’s point of view: MJ is the god of basketball!
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