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    He’s a career 34.6% 3-point shooter, which is horrendously bad for a GOAT – Skip Bayless on LeBron James

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    Basketball   |   August 29, 2022

     

    NBA Analyst Skip Bayless believes LeBron James doesn’t deserve discussion among the GOAT debate as he isn’t regarded as the best three-point shooter. James has a career percentage of 34.6 for shooting behind from the arc.

    Bayless feels it is horrendously bad for a GOAT debate. James is often compared with the likes of Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan. The Akron Hammer has won four championships in his glorious career and he will be playing in his 20th NBA season in the upcoming edition.

    There is no doubt that James is one of the best players to have graced the game but he is not known to be the best three-point shooter, like Stephen Curry.

    In fact, Michael Jordan had a three-point shooting percentage of 32.7 in his glorious career and thus had a low success rate than James.

    On “Skip and Shannon: Undisputed,” Skip Bayless said: “How can it be disrespect when it’s just facts? I don’t embellish, I don’t exaggerate, I just speak facts about LeBron James. He has so many self-inflicted wounds, so many epic fails, that it’s not disrespect. It’s just truth, truth, truth.”

    “He’s a career 34.6% 3-point shooter. That is horrendously bad for a GOAT. It’s impossible. Since LeBron entered this league, for those players who’ve attempted 3,000 or more 3-point shots, LeBron ranks 63rd out of 70. That is disqualifyingly bad.

    “Look at his free-throw shooting, it’s 73.4% since he entered the league. Those who’ve taken 4,000 or more free throws, he ranks 29th of 33. You’re disqualified from any GOAT discussion. He’s not Jordan because he can’t shoot.”

    Meanwhile, LeBron James averaged 30.3 points, 8.2 rebounds, and 6.2 assists in 56 games in the 2021-22 season. He was selected to play in his eighteenth All-Star games. However, Akron Hammer didn’t get the support of his teammates and he was also troubled by injury.

     

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