- Jun 22, 2013
As Stevie said, don't get too caught up in the the numbers. This is an inflated era where teams are scoring an average of 15 or so more points per game than they were when LeBron was 20.He shoots better he passed better, he rebounds better. The only thing Lebron had on him is athleticism. The kid just got a 30 point triple double in 25 minutes.
LeBron got out ahead for the fast break. They didn't want him banging in the paint. Different players/schemes/coaches call for different responsibilities. Thus the rebounding disparity.
He's a better shooter, but not a better slasher. Passing wise they're on a par. Again, pretty much the same level of player. Not much in it either way. Both phenoms.