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Old 02-14-2013, 02:52 PM   #25
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Default Re: Lebron in the 1990's

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Originally Posted by andgar923
Coaches wouldn't allow him to dominate the ball as much, and his off the ball game is mediocre.

This is something I agree with and the biggest difference I believe, though I agree about the paint being more clogged. I also don't think he'd have attempted anywhere five threes like he was in Cleveland, probably always closer to the amount he's been shooting in Miami.

I don't know if he'd be more or less dominant, but it's obvious he'd still be among the game's best players, and at certain points, more later in the decade, he'd probably be the best in the game, imo.
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