Originally Posted by andgar923
I think his game would be a mixture of Clyde and Nique. Somewhere along those two.
Again as I stated, still an all star, but with reduced numbers and efficiency than today. Easier to guard than he is today.
This is the equivalent of saying Jordan would be a mixture of Harden/Ginobili, or Shaq would be a mixture of Dwight/Lopez if they played today. Still all-stars... but worse numbers/easier to guard. (neither of which is true obviously)
This topic is a joke. LeBron is unguardable, a genetic anomaly the likes of which the league has never seen. He is also a 42% 3-point shooter with a highly refined midrange and post game. He is an open court freight train and bolt of lightning at the same time.
Basically, he's the perfect player and cannot be stopped, contained, made worse etc. He would crap all over the 1990's.