Michael Jordan once said that Steph Curry isn't a Hall of Fame player yet. He also said LeBron James is a better player than Kobe was. But Jordan rarely speaks on all of the comparisons between he and LeBron, although he did so during a press conference in Paris recently.
Michael Jordan weighs in on the 🐐 debate. pic.twitter.com/ZiKkeAoCmU— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) January 24, 2020
"We play in different eras," Jordan explained. "He's an unbelievable player. He's one of the best players in the world. If not the best player in the world. I know it's a natural tendency to compare eras to eras and it's going to continue to happen. I'm a fan of his. I love watching him play. But as you can see, our league is starting to expand on very talented players. I think he's made his mark. He will continue to do so over a period of time. But when you start the comparisons, I think it is what it is. It's just a stand-up measurement. I take it with a grain of salt. He is a heck of a basketball player, without a doubt."
Who would you say is the better player, regardless of the different eras they were in?