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Lakers’ Forward LeBron James Is 12th All-Time On My List, Says Nelson Dukes

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When sports fans rank their top ten or twenty players to ever play in the NBA, They would mostly name Michael Jordan in the number one spot and LeBron James right behind him or in 日本藤素 the top-five in today’s era. However, If you ask Nelson Dukes, his list goes as follows:

  1. Michael Jordan
  2. Wilt Chamberlain
  3. Magic Johnson
  4. Kareem Abdul Jabar
  5. Kobe Bryant
  6. Bill Russell
  7. Tim Duncan
  8. Larry Bird
  9. Hakeem Olajuwon
  10. Oscar Robertson
  11. Shaquille O’Neal
  12. LeBron James

Dukes has a room on the Clubhouse app called WALKLIKEUS, the list has been made fun of for months, but the list has been discussed on ESPN, FS1, and Clubhouse by current players, former players’ current analyst, and fans. They have all tried to change Dukes’ mind, but if you listen to him, he makes a compelling argument for why his list is the way it is.

LeBron James has played 18 seasons in the NBA and has does not look like he will be breaking down anytime soon. However, James has not played since March 20th against the Atlanta Hawks. The Lakers would fall 99–94 and have gone 5-6 without James throughout the stretch.

If you would like to try to argue with Dukes 犀利士 catch him moderating rooms on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday on the Clubhouse app.

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Written by Landon Buford

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