Personally, I think LBJ's season was better. That season was amazing... truly historical one. He even made Mo an All-Star. It's not like Williams played that good enough to secure an appearance, it was just at the time when point guards sucked in the East, he put solid numbers as #2 option on the team with top record plus he benefited from playing with Bron even though there were a lot of peeps at the time saying he put worse numbers compared to the Bucks time. It was just that amazing. Shame that Orlando's shooters caught fire then. We were robbed of an LBJ vs Kobe showdown... the potential GOAT Finals rivalry ever. The way LBJ was playing that season, I personally think that he'd have led his team to a title over Kobe's LA. Remember that even when Bryant's teams were superior to James', they'd still lose.
He used to play different style in Utah, compared to the one in Brooklyn. See in Utah, he attacked the basket consistently, lived more in the paint and killed people off his strength aka off the dribble. He needs that explosiveness to get to the rim. He can do solid without, but with that explosiveness, he can make a lot more trouble. In Brooklyn, he played a spot up shooter... away from all of his strengths and put up solid numbers.. just not the ones he could really do.. and the injuries didn't help either.
"Guns don't kill people. People kill people". Not sure if that was the exact quote but it something in the lines of that. Some great lawyer will find a way to twist this. There's just too much money in the gun industry and they will do everything in their power to maintain the way it is regardless of what's right or wrong.
Thanks @JDK for making the pick. Logo [expletive deleted] me up with that Mullin pick. He was perfect for me, but I'm gonna roll with Petro there. That mf was amazing shooter, all-around player and competitive af. Brought his best vs Mike and we all know how good Mike was at competitiveness
My team ain't that bad C: Bill Russell PF: Willis Reed SF: Elgin Baylor SG: Drazen Petrovic PG: (blank for now) 6th Man: Sam Jones
Got me self a retro team here. Lefty front court will make issue on defense... Russell is GAWD there, Willis is the lefty version of Timmy from the 60's/70's a level below and will catch a lot of boards there, Baylor is team's all-around force and scorer, Petro the shooter and gonna need a capable point guard.. one that's unselfish with the basketball, is a solid defender, knows to run the offense and streches out the floor. I'd say it's not bad. 6th Man is clutch master and good scorer.