Overall I would have to pick Lebron. Curry is a better shooter; as a scorer they are both good (Curry does it better from outside, Lebron does better driving the land); Assists over their careers are very similar both average 6.9 per game over their career; Rebounding and Defense is where Lebron separates himself from Curry. I know people will say but Lebron is bigger and stronger, but so what? Rebounding and defense are part of the game. However, my answer could change in a few years.
I guess I would agree with you mostly, but I think Curry has legit defense that is even better than Lebron's. I mean Curry has lousy defense in the playoffs but he averaged 2.1 steals during the regular season. Plus Lebron even said Curry was better
I'm still going with Lebron. He has the better overall game and is already one of the 10 best of all time. While Curry will go down as the greatest shooter (or one of the greatest) of all time, his defense at times can be sketchy. And he has proven to be a little inconsistent at times in the playoffs. To be fair, that could be injuries. If I was starting a team today, I'm still going w/Lebron. I can't see Curry playing well into his thirties because I'm already questioning his durability.
Lebron. He is more versatile both offensively and defensively. Lebron has guarded guys from the PG position all the way to center, at times when Chris Bosh was injured during one of their runs. Curry is definitely the better shooter, and dribbler. However, James is better all around.
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by AskAshlie3433 7 years ago
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Atlanta ? Pittsburgh ? The Eagles ? The Pats ? Or somebody else ?
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