“It’s a great resumé, I think they’re 1A and 1B, but Michael Jordan is and will always be the greatest basketball player in the history of the world.”
With an impending sweep a cruel reality for a Cavaliers team coming off one of the toughest losses in the city’s history, Clay Travis thinks LeBron James has reached the apex of his career, with the pendulum ready to swing towards the downside of his storied legacy.
Set to turn 33 in December, Travis doesn’t picture LeBron ever being able to rise to the towering levels of this historic Warriors team and sees Golden State's permanent road block a fatal detriment to LBJ's pursuit of Michael Jordan.
“It’s over, LeBron’s resumé is complete. I don’t think LeBron James is going to add any more championships.”