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    JJ Reddick backs LeBron James regarding NBA Analyst Stephen A Smith’s recent comment

    LeBron James

    Basketball   |   November 26, 2021

     

    LeBron James has had one of the most iconic careers in NBA history. The Los Angeles talisman has made some decisions that have led to hatred towards him especially when he left Cleveland Cavaliers. He is surely one of the most despised players nowadays and his comparisons with Michael Jordan has left the MJ fans dismissing the Akron Hammer in the GOAT debate.

    Whatever the reason might be Lebron deserves a lot of credit for whatever he has achieved in his career. He is still striving to win more Championships with the Los Angeles Lakers. While a lot of people have their agenda against LeBron, a lot of people also know how great a player LeBron is.

    Recently a comment of NBA analyst Stephen A. Smith where he compared LeBron with Michael Jordan caught the attention of JJ Reddick. Smith shared how both the players instilled a different kind of fear in their opponents. The opinion did not sit well with Reddick who backed the Lakers talisman highlighting a story involving the legend from Akron.

    “We, collectively as a society, have damn near tried everything to somehow discredit or dismantle LeBron’s legacy,” he started off on his ‘Old Man and The Three’ podcast. “And all that guy has done is win, break records, build enterprises, build schools. There’s certainly a level of respect.”

    “But for the fear factor…If you get into a playoff series with LeBron, you’re certainly fearful of who he is as a player– physically. I took a charge on LeBron my fifth year in Orlando. I caught his spin move perfectly. I ended up with 11 stitches under my eye. And I was standing there knowing he was going to make that spin move. Was I standing there in fear? Abso-f*cking-lutely. Abso-f*cking-lutely I was.”

    Every person has their own preference in everything in life. In sports aswell people have their preferences. They like a [particular team, player for a certain set of reasons. But only it is pretty wrong to run agenda against someone only because you don’t like that player. Lebron James is easily of the most fierce players in the NBA and to say that he does not spread fear among opponents is purely rubbish.

     

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