your pick for the most dominant athlete over the next decade?

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  1. pr0phecy718

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    in all of sports, the most dominant athlete for the next decade

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  2. mateen cleaves

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    lebron?
     
  3. southzeztpdot

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  4. gunna get it

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  5. c5a5d5a5

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    ill go with dwight on this one.

    i can see him averaging 25-15 for a couple seasons
     
  6. vctry20

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    probably lebron since we're talking about individual athletes
     
  7. japanair21

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    Sir Eldrick Woods.
     
  8. clutchshooter

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  9. downtown43

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    The same athlete who was the most dominant in the last decade... Tiger Woods.
     
  10. purepwrta

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    LeBrick??? Please. If your going by championships then for sure Tiger.
     
  11. phillypg1

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  13. guillermo gutierez

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    and Nadal.
     
  14. JND1

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    Eldrick.
     
  15. hybridsoldier23

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    Tiger>lebron in terms of dominating and winning
     
  16. worldbeefreeg

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    There are only three possible answers, LeBron, Tiger or Nadal.
     
  17. acidicality

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  18. vctry20

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    comparing Lebron and Tiger are apples and oranges

    In golf you win a chip by yourself, basketball there 4 other people on the floor
     
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  20. koolbarbone

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    Durant needs some love.
     
  21. 5am6oody72

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    I'm not saying he is the answer to this question, but dude is about to put up 27 ppg at the age of 20. That's pretty damn impressive. If he ever bulksup at least a little bit he could lead the NBA in scoring for awhile.
     
  22. downtown43

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    no, not in a discussion like this.
     
  23. koolbarbone

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    Why? The discussion is over the next decade. By the end of that time, LeBron will be past his prime while Durant will still be in his.
     
  24. guerrilla warfare

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    Lebron, Kevin Durant & Russel Westbrook
     
  25. xbiker47

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    Lebron