EDIT: New Question, is LeBron the second greatest player of all time? So, has Steph Curry overtaken

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  1. kobe4mvp12

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    Thoughts everyone? Has been a popular discussion point in the NBA thread so I feel like it does deserve its own thread. Obviously this season no one is touching the level Curry is playing but are we ready to call him better than LeBron James?

    Personally, I still think over the long haul I'm taking LeBron over Curry. I mean the man is one of the most dominant forces of all time and has been to the finals for 6 straight seasons :x However, at this point Curry is so deadly if people want to proclaim him the best in the world it's really hard to argue. Also, where does Westbrook, KD, AD factor in this discussion?

    Disclaimer: I hate LeBron but you gotta respect his greatness.
     
  2. khalilmack52

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    Curry > LBJ
     
  3. AZwildcats

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    James Harden doesn't exist?
     
  4. airuphere23

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    James Harden doesn't play defense.
     
  5. retroballer

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    No
     
  6. antidope

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    This will be a fun thread
     
  7. kobe4mvp12

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    James Harden up there but I think those other 5 dudes are better.
     
  8. xbiker47

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    Wait until the end of this season first
     
  9. youngpablo

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    Having this argument with my boys as we speak......Lebron > KD > Steph








    And yes steph seems to be on some voodoo right now.....but he still has alot of miles to run to catch up to lbj....IMO
     
  10. khalilmack52

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    He only needs 1 more Larry OBrien trophy to tie LBJ
     
  11. kobe4mvp12

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    Of course the night I make this thread Curry drops 46,5,5 :x :lol

    I'm going to get flamed for this but I really don't think Curry is head and shoulders above Westbrook for the best PG in the league. I mean I'd give him the edge because he led his team to a ring last year but Westbrook's all around game is historically good. Son churns out triple doubles like its nothing and is one of the best athletes to ever play the game.

    I'd give the edge to Steph because his shooting is just on another level but don't think its a slam dunk.
     
  12. pretty tony

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    Yes.
     
  13. nickmaz96

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    short answer: yes

    long answer: yesssssssssss
     
  14. ajiiiplatinum

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    Im a Kobe Laker fan but i would take Lebron over Curry.

    Lebron is great in all phases.


    In their prime though

    Kobe>Lebron/Jordan/Curry/Magic/Kareem/Bird/(insert your dads and bros favorite player)
     
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  15. khalilmack52

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    You wanted Matt McGloin over Derek Carr it's hard to take you seriously
     
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  17. glennvagmire

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    Of course he's the best.
     
  18. Chester McFloppy

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    LeBron 20%-from-three James is barely top five at this point in his career.
     
  19. blco02

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    If being fun to watch is any indicator, then yes. I always look forward to watching Curry, couldn't care less about watching LBJ.
     
  20. sea manup

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    lebron was overtaken years ago 

    dude is washed, unlike steph who is the one who washes