Infotainment Factory: LeBron throws down one-on-one challenge to Jordan

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Monday, 29 October 2018

LeBron throws down one-on-one challenge to Jordan


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NBA superstar LeBron James has thrown down the gauntlet to legendary Chicago Bull Michael Jordan in a hilarious late-night Twitter exchange. 

James took to his personal Twitter account to respond to a video posted by NBC which showed Jordan discussing how the 'greatest player of all time' debate should be settled one-on-one. 

https://twitter.com/KingJames/status/1056777559730466816

"I'M READY!!!!" James tweeted.

"Oh my bad I thought maybe (you) were, umm never mind back to my regular schedule program."

Jordan's promo for NBC was actually nothing to do with basketball, but rather a promotion for this week's Sunday Night Football prime time clash between the New England Patriots and the Green Bay Packers which featured clips of the two teams' legendary quarterbacks Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers.

"A lot of talk going on these days about who is the greatest ever," Jordan said in the clip.

"About who has the titles, the raw talent, the most clutch moments.

"I get it, it's a tough call. I mean, even the jersey numbers are the same. But maybe the best way to settle this debate is to play it out head-to-head."

James is widely considered to be one of the greatest players of all time and he has one of Jordan's accolades directly in his sight as he embarks on his 16th season. 

The 33-year-old recently passed Dallas Mavericks great Dirk Nowitzki on the all-time points list to become the leading point-scorer among active NBA players, and is likely to pass Jordan's career tally of 32,292 points sometime this season.

James will then set his sights on cracking the top three which currently consists of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (38,387 points), Karl Malone (36,928) and Lakers great Kobe Bryant (33,643).

NBA superstar LeBron James has thrown down the gauntlet to legendary Chicago Bull Michael Jordan in a hilarious late-night Twitter exchange. 

James took to his personal Twitter account to respond to a video posted by NBC which showed Jordan discussing how the 'greatest player of all time' debate should be settled one-on-one. 

https://twitter.com/KingJames/status/1056777559730466816

"I'M READY!!!!" James tweeted.

"Oh my bad I thought maybe (you) were, umm never mind back to my regular schedule program."

Jordan's promo for NBC was actually nothing to do with basketball, but rather a promotion for this week's Sunday Night Football prime time clash between the New England Patriots and the Green Bay Packers which featured clips of the two teams' legendary quarterbacks Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers.

"A lot of talk going on these days about who is the greatest ever," Jordan said in the clip.

"About who has the titles, the raw talent, the most clutch moments.

"I get it, it's a tough call. I mean, even the jersey numbers are the same. But maybe the best way to settle this debate is to play it out head-to-head."

James is widely considered to be one of the greatest players of all time and he has one of Jordan's accolades directly in his sight as he embarks on his 16th season. 

The 33-year-old recently passed Dallas Mavericks great Dirk Nowitzki on the all-time points list to become the leading point-scorer among active NBA players, and is likely to pass Jordan's career tally of 32,292 points sometime this season.

James will then set his sights on cracking the top three which currently consists of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (38,387 points), Karl Malone (36,928) and Lakers great Kobe Bryant (33,643).

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