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Chris Bosh Breaks Silence About The Debate On Who Is The G.O.A.T: Lebron James vs. Michael Jordan

Chris Bosh Breaks Silence About The Debate On Who Is The G.O.A.T: Lebron James vs. Michael Jordan

In a recent interview, former Miami Heat star Chris Bosh was asked to choose either LeBron James or Michael Jordan because of the endless G.O.A.T debate. Thereupon Bosh chose his former teammate LeBron James as the G.O.A.T. However, the other day he made another statement about this debate via his official Instagram account.

The friendship of Chris Bosh and LeBron James goes back to their four years spent together in the Miami Heat. During these four years, they had been a powerful duo and won two NBA championships.

Chris Bosh shared a new post on his Instagram account and said it was useless to discuss who was the G.O.A.T. Moreover, the basketball player also expressed that it was a disrespectful act to basketball, adding that it was unfair to compare two players who play different styles at different times and that everyone was individually special.

Giving examples from LeBron and Kobe in the continuation of his sharing, Bosh explained that they also did not like to talk about these issues and that they thought the most important thing was to enjoy each other’s success.

Believing that the media has made such an unnecessary discussion topic to get clicks or sell papers, Bosh also stated that he would not care when such a question comes up again. Michael, Kobe, LeBron, they were all great players and contributed to the game of basketball. So, there couldn’t be one G.O.A.T, and therefore all of them should be recognized. Nonetheless, it is impossible to establish this idea to media because, as Bosh said, they don’t care.

Here’s what he said:

“Talking about something as individualistic as the GOAT isn’t worthwhile — at worst, it’s downright disrespectful to the game.” Is it Bron? ” People ask. “MJ?” Here’s why that’s a useless comparison: The Last Chip (link in bio)

Those are two different players, playing two different games, at two completely different moments in time. As a matter of fact, I’ll complicate it some more: How the hell would you go about stacking LeBron James and Michael Jordan against someone like Bill Russell?

The man has 11 NBA championships and 2 NCAAs; 5 MVPs; he’s a 12-time All-Star; he’s got an Olympic gold medal — all while he was active in the Civil Rights Movement. Kareem? With his own history of activism, plus 6 titles, 6 MVPs, and 19 All-Star games under his belt? Magic, Kobe…

One person, who also doesn’t want to talk about GOATs? Bron himself. He’s been a team-first guy since Akron — that’s what makes him great. Kobe, too: “Let’s just enjoy each other’s greatness,” he said. I used to think people weren’t listening to those guys –

– the same players they were arguing over – but now I think they don’t care. That’s why I can’t act like the question holds any weight the next time I hear it. If you’re looking to sell papers or get clicks, I promise there are better ways to do it.”

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Talking about something as individualistic as the GOAT isn’t worthwhile—at worst, it’s downright disrespectful to the game. “Is it Bron?” People ask. “MJ?” Here’s why that’s a useless comparison: The Last Chip (link in bio) Those are two different players, playing two different games, at two completely different moments in time. Matter of fact, I’ll complicate it some more: How the hell would you go about stacking LeBron James and Michael Jordan against someone like Bill Russell? The man has 11 NBA championships and 2 NCAAs; 5 MVPs; he’s a 12-time All-Star; he’s got an Olympic gold medal—all while he was active in the Civil Rights Movement. Kareem? With his own history of activism, plus 6 titles, 6 MVPs, and 19 All-Star games under his belt? Magic, Kobe… One person who also doesn’t want to talk about GOATs? Bron himself. He’s been a team-first guy since Akron—that’s what makes him great. Kobe, too: “Let’s just enjoy each other’s greatness,” he said. I used to think people weren’t listening to those guys – – the same players they were arguing over – but now I think they just don’t care. That’s why I can’t act like the question holds any weight the next time I hear it. If you’re looking to sell papers or get clicks, I promise there are better ways to do it.

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