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Is Lebron James currently having the best regular season in the history of the N

  1. billypetty22 profile image60
    billypetty22posted 4 years ago

    Is Lebron James currently having the best regular season in the history of the NBA?

  2. mosaicman profile image75
    mosaicmanposted 4 years ago

    Definitely not. Wilt the Stilt averaged 50 points per game. The Big "O" Oscar Robertson averaged a triple double for the entire season; who does that?

    There were games where Bill Russell and Wilt had over 40 rebounds. These are all Superhuman feats.

    Lebron is very good, but he hasn't eclipsed either of above feats.

    1. billypetty22 profile image60
      billypetty22posted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Agreed completely I don't think anyone will ever eclipse those feats

  3. the Blue sun profile image60
    the Blue sunposted 4 years ago

    No I believe his championship run was one of them and the year before!

    1. billypetty22 profile image60
      billypetty22posted 4 years agoin reply to this

      If the heat win it this year I think it would be his best

  4. dailytop10 profile image92
    dailytop10posted 4 years ago

    It's true Lebron almost has everything a basketball player needs to excel in the sport. Nevertheless, he still has many to learn to be in the same level as Chamberlain and Jordan, who dominated the game during their time and carved their name in the history of NBA.

    By the way, have you noticed that Kobe is improving lately? He's starting to focus on assists other than selfishly scoring. His sudden change will surely make the Lakers much more interesting.

    1. billypetty22 profile image60
      billypetty22posted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Lakers are an extremely difuncitional org. at this point. But Kobe as a passer rather than shooting thirty times a game gives lakers a much better shot at turning season around. Dwight Howard is different story. His and Kobe's personality don't match

  5. Miller2232 profile image61
    Miller2232posted 4 years ago

    When you look at the numbers and his actual play on the basketball court, yes because its like he's finally realizing how dominant he can be on the basketball court and do it within the framework of the team.

  6. Bruce A. Beaudet profile image84
    Bruce A. Beaudetposted 4 years ago

    It really depends upon how "best" is defined. Traditionally, best is associated with offensive stats with little regard to turnovers,steals,blocks,tipped balls etc.  He is by far the best player in the the NBA and is solid on both sides of the ball and makes D Wade look good except for those ridiculous glasses they both wear. wink. Everything he does is effortless, he hardly sweats.  For the record, I think Lebron could average over 50 points a game if he really wanted so, I think the Wilt argument is tenuous in that regard.

    1. mosaicman profile image75
      mosaicmanposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Wilt was a workhorse. His second season, he averaged 38pts, 27 rebounds. That's monsterous. Wilt got triple teamed because they didn't have a viable 2nd scoring option. He made no excuses, In the 100 pt game, he hit 28  of 32 free throws, Awesome..

 
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