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Well he played Shooting Guard and Point Guard last year. And he'll probably play shooting guard this year too. If the distinction is really that important for you.Originally posted by <b>PauloCatarino</b>!
Right on the money.
Now you see why i hated the Magic Johnson´s comparisons...
Stats-wise, i don't think "the SF" LBJ will ever get to the Larry Bird´s status... LBJ could be great... but he has a hard time becoming "one of the greatests"... SF apears to be the toughest place to get recognition...
If he played the 3, he's far quicker than any other 3 in the game. And still bigger than most 3's. You can't really guard him with a 3.
Really once he figures out his post game, how are you going to guard him? If you double him, he will just pull you out and then pick you apart with the pass. If you leave single coverage on him, he's going to roll right over your 1, 2, 3, and some of your 4's. And if the 4 is big enough to stand up to him, most likely he'll be too slow, and Lebron will take him outside away from the basket.
After the post game, then he's just got to add the consistent J, and you are talking about an unstoppable offensive force.
I don't see how you can not see it.