HANG TIME HEADQUARTERS — When Charles Barkleysays it, people take notice, debate it and then chalk it up to “Charles being Charles.”
But when Phil Jackson weighs in and suggests that LeBron James could one day surpass Michael Jordan as the NBA’s greatest player of all time, folks tend to perk up and get a little more serious about source (no offense to Charles).
Having coached Jordan to six titles and serving as one of the most significant influences in his career, Jackson has an understanding of him as a player that few others on the planet possess.
So when he talks about this particular subject, as he did with Waddle & Silvy on ESPN 1000 in Chicago (and addressed it here with Ira Winderman of the Sun-Sentinel), we should all at least listen to his perspective:
“He’s got all the physical attributes. I think we…
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