Over the past year, the debate as to who’s better, LeBron James or Michael Jordan, has only intensified. Jordan certainly had more titles and career accolades, but many are making an argument that James is the more dominant player.
But from James’ perspective, who better to learn from than the master and winner of six NBA titles?
After winning his second career Larry O’Brien Trophy last week, LeBron sat down with CNN’s Rachel Nichols to chat about a number of different subjects. Among them was what James did with his down time during the playoffs, as James swore off social media and gave his phone to his agent.
James says he spent a lot of his time studying Jordan.
“I watched a lot of old basketball games and Finals games,” LeBron said. “I watched a lot of the old Bulls Finals games.”
Probably not a bad source to emulate, if you’re trying to be known as the greatest basketball player ever. Check out some of James’ chat with CNN in the video below.