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Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James passed Michael Jordan on the all-time NBA scoring list on Wednesday night. His Airness then issued this statement congratulating him...
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According to CNN's Jill Martin, Jordan issued a statement that read, "I want to congratulate LeBron on achieving another great milestone during his amazing career."
Pretty brief, but I guess what else is he going to say? I think surpassing him kills Jordan, especially the way LeBron has been acting and playing as of late. James will never be Jordan. Ever. I mean...


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LeBron isn’t even the best 3 to ever play. Certainly has a lot of shooting and rebounding to do to match Larry.
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Kids forget Jordan had a baseball career and returned to basketball. Idiots.
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Why? Its not like MJ was number 1 on this list. Real hatred is that dude screaming at Chris Jackson as he was about to break the guys free throw record
Reply55 months
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succinct and appropriate. old school dawgs like MJ and Barkley dont appreciate what todays crybaby bitch superstars are doing to the their league.
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I think the old guys love him. Every retarded thing he does makes us look back at these guys in a more favorable light.
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