Again and again the ‘best in the world’ debate comes around, and over and over, I say the same thing; Lebron James is not the best player in the world. Immediately, Lebron fans everywhere puff up and start giving their pitch on why I’m wrong. Here’s why you’re wrong, if indeed you do think Lebron is the best in the world at what he does.
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