The LeBron James vs Michael Jordan debate seems to be endless back and forth. However, if LeBron leads the Lakers to a title, that could finally sway the argument in his favor. James would be the first superstar to lead three separate organizations to championships. Couple that with his continued assault on the NBA’s record books and his ability to still arguably be the best player in the league 17 years into his career, LeBron’s claim as the greatest ever continues to grow. SI’s Robin Lundberg states his case for why he believes winning a title with the Lakers is all that’s missing for the debate between Jordan and LeBron to be settled once and for all.
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