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  • Mad Gunny
    Mad Gunny22 mínútum síðan

    00:41 looks like LeBron is about to smack the ref on the ass 😂

  • Absolutum
    Absolutum37 mínútum síðan

    I was liking this channel until he said "arguably the best to ever do it". Bro? Bro.....OG 23. Hearing Jimmy say this was like finding a penis on a girl i'm making out with. Can't even finish the video. Oh Jimmy, watch every game the 23's have ever played and you wouldn't utter them words again. I'm old and fortunate enough to have seen them both play live and one of them was a straight killer and another was a whinny girl. Shaq one time fouled Jordan hard and went to help him up and Jordan said "don't help me up, don't help anyone up, good foul". Meanwhile Lebron is crying in mid air. 6-0 he wouldn't allow losing. He made everyone better and led by example. Plus Charles Barkley will slap you if you compare Lebron to Jordan. Just a heads up.

  • bodoti qwiu
    bodoti qwiu3 klukkustundum síðan

    Who is here when HEAT made a game 6

  • Kenny Albert
    Kenny Albert6 klukkustundum síðan

    This Changes Nothing, Lebron is still NOT the GOAT

  • BeAn BeAn
    BeAn BeAn8 klukkustundum síðan

    There's a Lakers ring mark on Bronny's ass

  • Mason Wright
    Mason Wright10 klukkustundum síðan

    Hey Jxmy I have a video idea for one of the biggest what-ifs in NBA history: Hang Gathers. Hank played for USC and then transfered to Loyola Marymount, in his best season there, he averaged 32.7 points and 13.7 rebounds, he was projected to be the first pick in the 1990 NBA draft, but unfortunately he died of heart issue.

  • bodoti qwiu

    bodoti qwiu

    3 klukkustundum síðan

    1a. MJ 1b. Kareem 3. Wilt 4. Magic 5. Bill Russell 6. Bird 7. Kobe 8. Shaq 9. Tim Duncan 10. Lebron

  • Matt Garcia
    Matt Garcia13 klukkustundum síðan

    5:12 the most overreacted thing ive seen online. the game over tf

  • kobe the greatest rip big dog clutch
    kobe the greatest rip big dog clutch15 klukkustundum síðan

    Kyrie is the reason they came back

  • kobe the greatest rip big dog clutch
    kobe the greatest rip big dog clutch15 klukkustundum síðan

    Lebron ain't better than kobe

  • alain kaizer
    alain kaizer15 klukkustundum síðan

    It would've been interesting if the Heat didn't get injuries from 2 of their starters, I still have the Lakers winning but man the Heat had a 7 man rotation in game5, by game6 they were exhausted as fuck and just got rolled over.

  • Joe Hollywood
    Joe Hollywood18 klukkustundum síðan

    He will never be the greatest. He only has a chance to be the all time points leader. Never the leader in assists, rebounds, steals, or blocks. I doubt he will ever win most championships, score anywhere near 100 points in a game, make the most game winning shots, or become the highest scorer and defensive player of the year in the same year. But he does invest a lot of money into his body and is dedicated so I hope it pays off for him and he becomes the all time points leader by playing 2-5 more years without injuries.

  • Championship Barbosa
    Championship Barbosa18 klukkustundum síðan

    Omg stop propping up the heat. They are the worst finalists in the last... 30... 40 years?

  • hen ko
    hen ko19 klukkustundum síðan

    Curry watching them win a champion ship like: "see yah in the western confrence finals

  • hun ter
    hun ter21 klukkustund síðan

    LePass Blames

  • PowerForward23
    PowerForward2321 klukkustund síðan

    2:24, shaq has 2 loses, one in 1995 against rockets and one in 2004 against the pistons.

  • Idontuseballpointpens • 69 years ago
    Idontuseballpointpens • 69 years ago21 klukkustund síðan

    People love to hate on Lebron but when he retires they all gonna miss him and talk about him to they kids 🤦🏽‍♂️

  • Oisin McElligott
    Oisin McElligott22 klukkustundum síðan

    Just here to show love to Jason Kidd dragging a nets team in back to back finals only to lose to 2 different dynasties. Without being a primary scorer.

  • Oisin McElligott

    Oisin McElligott

    19 klukkustundum síðan

    @hen ko only love here

  • hen ko

    hen ko

    19 klukkustundum síðan

    Ok talk crap about LeBron all video like are you in the nba no

  • Pedro Molina
    Pedro Molina22 klukkustundum síðan

    Wait, isn’t Lebron now 4-10 not 3-6 so before this championship it was 3-9.

  • Herbert Marshall
    Herbert Marshall22 klukkustundum síðan

    I like your videos and I will continue to support but for you to say that another ring changes nothing in LeBron’s legacy is preposterous .

  • Denien82
    Denien82Degi Síðan síðan

    Yeah. I would argue that LBJ has a losing record in the finals because he brought there teams which had no business being even close to a ring. I'm thinking Cleveland 2007-2017-2018. He's too dominant for his own good... XD

  • Sludge Judge 19
    Sludge Judge 19Degi Síðan síðan

    1a. MJ 1b. Kareem 3. Wilt 4. Magic 5. Bill Russell 6. Bird 7. Kobe 8. Shaq 9. Tim Duncan 10. Lebron

  • Denien82
    Denien82Degi Síðan síðan

    This lockdown season reminded me the 1999 lockout (not just because of the "lock" thing). Shortened season, finals between an excellent western team (SAS - LAL) and a surprising eastern team (NYK - MIA) easy win for the 36 years old OG (Robinson - LBJ), teamed-up with a younger PF (Duncan - Davis)... Spooky

  • Paolo Guerrero
    Paolo GuerreroDegi Síðan síðan

    Lebron gonna win 7 rings in total before he retires so he can surpass Jordan!

  • Antonije Stankovic :3
    Antonije Stankovic :3Degi Síðan síðan

    Not the same without the sax

  • Andrew Gariando
    Andrew GariandoDegi Síðan síðan

    The thing is that Jordan is the GOAT and LeBron is the 2nd next to Jordan and Kobe is the 1st in our hearts.

  • Tyler Windau
    Tyler WindauDegi Síðan síðan

    How is jimmy not a superstar?

  • BackWoodBaby Wop
    BackWoodBaby WopDegi Síðan síðan

    Jxmmy I Fw You But You Been Sounding Like A LeBron Hater Lately Bro

  • Common Sense America
    Common Sense AmericaDegi Síðan síðan

    It is special

  • Common Sense America
    Common Sense AmericaDegi Síðan síðan

    He is just adding to his greatness

  • Samuel Smith
    Samuel SmithDegi Síðan síðan

    man a totally agree with seconds 4:28 to 5:10

  • Sammy A
    Sammy ADegi Síðan síðan

    Ok talk crap about LeBron all video like are you in the nba no

  • Nick Ares
    Nick AresDegi Síðan síðan

    1:10 Almost positive that's not how statistics work... Wouldn't that mean that the Lakers 43.2% chance of making it to the finals would have to be every game? Because the Clippers get a 41% chance to win every time they play.

  • sam stout
    sam stoutDegi Síðan síðan

    Also, LeBron does complain a lot; fair. But is there another player like him in today's game who gets as many missed calls as he does? With his size and frame, he handles much more than most of these guys. Players literally riding his back and/or bodying him when he's going into the basket, but he's so tough that he literally can score through it and refs often don't say shit. I hate how whiny LeBron is at times - that comment to RoCo in the Houston series was so damn out of pocket for someone with his penchant for complaints - but I can't help but think he has to be vocal or he wouldn't get nearly the number of calls he *should* get.

  • sam stout
    sam stoutDegi Síðan síðan

    The only thing I disagree with really is that the Heat don't have a superstar. I don't think you put up the numbers Jimmy did against the duo of James and AD and fall short of superstar status. If players can go in and out of superstar status - take guys like Westbrook and PG to name a couple - then this year, in these playoffs, and these Finals, Butler was a superstar, and will remain so until proven otherwise in my opinion.

  • Ptao Tom
    Ptao TomDegi Síðan síðan

    guess better luck next year

  • PURE BLOCKS
    PURE BLOCKSDegi Síðan síðan

    Throw a dame with those lakers and let the goat CarusGoat Start going crazy best team to ever do it‼️

  • SuperAtrain23
    SuperAtrain23Degi Síðan síðan

    hey bud, shaq lost 2 rings. I like your content but you gotta make sure it's right.

  • Olabiyi Oshunlaja
    Olabiyi OshunlajaDegi Síðan síðan

    Still not my goat ...

  • Kosta ZAK22
    Kosta ZAK22Degi Síðan síðan

    Woah it’s crazy how u have 1.5 mil already

  • Ptao Tom

    Ptao Tom

    Degi Síðan síðan

    That's not how defensive rating works. The lower the defensive rating is the better. So AD actually has a better Finals defensive rating.

  • Clevelander 216
    Clevelander 2162 dögum síðan

    I’ve watched a couple of his videos tonight and this mans good he’s good

  • Mahad Shahid
    Mahad Shahid2 dögum síðan

    I agree with the general points, but I don't think the defensive argument is close, at least as close as you seem to put it. Aside from the fact that a lower drating is better, it is by no means holistic enough to account for AD (or any other strong defensive player's) defensive impact. Lebron has been an exceptional defender this year, including throughout the playoffs, but AD was terrorizing teams and was integral to the overall defensive flexibility of the lakers. His rim protection literally could not have been better, was tasked with guarding Jimmy after he gave the lakers trouble, a shift marked the end for the heat. The defensive side of the argument is more than sound, although does not change the fact that the FMVP was deserved.

  • Ale12
    Ale122 dögum síðan

    Still not the best player, even if he had won a championship every year he’s been in the NBA, all stats people look for. I haven’t seen that next level to even begin considering in any conversation as a goat status level. Until the day I see that next level, only then he’ll rightfully earn his nickname.

  • Logan Sky walker
    Logan Sky walker2 dögum síðan

    The fact that people are comparing the best player in the world today to a guy that retired 20 years ago says a lot lol....

  • Matt M
    Matt M2 dögum síðan

    Wait I thought a lower defensive rating means you’re better on defense?

  • Orlando Medrano
    Orlando Medrano2 dögum síðan

    He will go out as one of the greats but never the greatest

  • Prince Moore
    Prince Moore2 dögum síðan

    6-0 vs 4-6 no debate stop it

  • Prince Moore

    Prince Moore

    Degi Síðan síðan

    4 more time and lost that my point stop ✋ it

  • Isaa' spirit

    Isaa' spirit

    Degi Síðan síðan

    It's not just the win , it's also the way you won . Okay Jordan was the Key factor in those 6 finals . LeBron did 4 finals . But came to the finals 4 more times an with bad teams .

  • Christopher Rivera
    Christopher Rivera2 dögum síðan

    If the chart in 1:07 is correct, besides the LAL winning most of their championships in the beginning of every decade, then; that means that, the LAL are due for another 2 championships and that's not cool as a non LAL fan. So get ready guys for another LAL dynasty 🙄

  • steven johnson

    steven johnson

    2 dögum síðan

    hey if you love lebron, you should watch this mixtape in 4K. issofts.info/video/v-deo/j6Zn1qillbuxz2k

  • Chris Freeman
    Chris Freeman2 dögum síðan

    The goat never talks about being the goat!!!!!! Im just going to leave this right here!!!!!!!!

  • Anthony Davis
    Anthony Davis2 dögum síðan

    Salty

  • Alex Usher
    Alex Usher2 dögum síðan

    Next year he'll be defending his championship on a public court in Venice beach. 13 people will be in attendance.

  • David Rudger
    David Rudger2 dögum síðan

    The video you just did proved just how easy this ring was. Numbers only matter to Lebron fans when it makes him look good.

  • Charming nowhere to hide
    Charming nowhere to hide2 dögum síðan

    "Of course the jobs not finished yet" Danny Green: You're goddamn right

  • rome8180
    rome81802 dögum síðan

    That's not how defensive rating works. The lower the defensive rating is the better. So AD actually has a better Finals defensive rating.

  • BARRYBONDS SF Giants
    BARRYBONDS SF Giants2 dögum síðan

    His legacy is he whines and bitches

  • Aaron Raras
    Aaron Raras2 dögum síðan

    People keep saying cavs in 2015 was trash when I recall everyone choosing the cavs to win simply cuz they had leflop and was instantly counting out the young warriors.

  • Charming nowhere to hide

    Charming nowhere to hide

    2 dögum síðan

    he got that fmvp but it was basically over after game 3 with is why people thought AD should get fmvp.

  • da ra
    da ra2 dögum síðan

    Since when do career totals mean so much .. Karl Malone is 2nd in scoring stockin is 1st in assist and steals .. totals have never mattered until it lebrons fans made them import

  • Paul P
    Paul P2 dögum síðan

    do the lakers hang the MN banners? they have 11

  • En busca de la verdad
    En busca de la verdad2 dögum síðan

    LeBron James haters are so stupid. It was an easy title because LeBron LeBron James is so good he makes everything look so easy.

  • steven johnson

    steven johnson

    2 dögum síðan

    hey if you love lebron, you should watch this mixtape in 4K. issofts.info/video/v-deo/j6Zn1qillbuxz2k

  • En busca de la verdad
    En busca de la verdad2 dögum síðan

    I actually saw Michael Jordan play and the help he got from the refs especially in the playoffs is unbelievable. Plus if the refs didn't help him he would complain more than LeBron.

  • Hernan Gus
    Hernan Gus2 dögum síðan

    It's like Bill Burr says, in a goofy voice: "I've never looked at it that way" Great video, man. Your input is insightful and informative.

  • 4000gianni
    4000gianni2 dögum síðan

    6-6>6-0

  • Beck Thomas
    Beck Thomas2 dögum síðan

    Black people

  • PLUGSDONT CRY
    PLUGSDONT CRY2 dögum síðan

    You’re stating stuff that don’t matter bruh. The lake show entertained us give them a break. Who cares if it changed nothing. Ya dumbass

  • Little Timmy
    Little Timmy2 dögum síðan

    LeBron the clown

  • Masha Musthafa
    Masha Musthafa2 dögum síðan

    1:18 had me dead lmao

  • JING CAO
    JING CAO2 dögum síðan

    BANDWAGON

  • Daemon Smith
    Daemon Smith2 dögum síðan

    Lebron James has no legacy due to circumstances 🙅🏿‍♂️

  • Miguel Ørum
    Miguel Ørum2 dögum síðan

    5:05 the iconic "it's our ball... HEY it's our ball" moment 🤣

  • Andy Ngô
    Andy Ngô2 dögum síðan

    Say what you want about LeBron W-L in NBA Finals. But people forget, MJ didn't make the finals until: His 7th season (6 if you don't count his injury), Scottie Pippen became an All-Star, and Phil Jackson as his Head Coach. Whereas LeBron took 2 teams that had no business in an NBA Finals: The 2007 Cavs team (4th season) featuring no other All-Star, and then the 2018 Cavs - where the other "All-Star" Kevin Love disappeared twice in the playoffs against the Pacers and Celtics. And of all the coaches he's had in his career, which one would even be considered a HOF coach, much less Top-10? Also, 4:14 - Defensive Rating is measured in reverse. The LOWER the DRTG the better. AD played better defense than LeBron, not the other way around.

  • Andy Ngô

    Andy Ngô

    2 dögum síðan

    ​@Crxzyspam, I see you choose to go the Skip Bayless route, so I'm gonna have to be like Mark Cuban and dog walk you. All you can do is speak in generalizations and when you get called out - you deny every saying it just like that loser Mo Speights. "scottie pippen barley scored" - those are your exact words so slow ass moron. SP averaged 20 PPG during his prime, those are All-Star numbers and combined with his defense got him voted in the HOF and a Top 50 player. Of all LeBron's teammates only Wade could possible match Pippen. Bosh, Love, and Irving wouldn't even make the Top 100 list. AD - maybe is top 50 if he keeps it up. Sure, Dennis Rodman was a boards and defense guy - but those attributes were so great, it also got him in the HOF. DR led the league in Rebounds all 3 years with the Bulls. And LeBron didn't "literally" let the Heats win those 2 games. He averaged 34 points, 11.5 rebonds, and 7.5 assists in those losses - MVP numbers as it's almost identical to what Jordan averaged in the playoffs during Bull's championship run (but with 5 less rebounds per game).

  • Crxzyspam

    Crxzyspam

    2 dögum síðan

    @Andy Ngô and he can never get a 3 peat either he literally let the Miami heat win twice and he had him ad and a lot of other decent players while the heat only had jimmy butler

  • Crxzyspam

    Crxzyspam

    2 dögum síðan

    @Andy Ngô are you slow I said that I know he did good offensively but compared to Jordan no lebron won all of his times with a good team or a great team

  • Andy Ngô

    Andy Ngô

    2 dögum síðan

    @Crxzyspam, lol you're on idiot. Pippen is a HOF, he didn't get there by "barely" scoring. He averaged 20+ in his prime with the Bulls.

  • Crxzyspam

    Crxzyspam

    2 dögum síðan

    and whenever lebron won he had literally a superteam he had ad chris bosh dwanye wade and kyrie scottie pippen barley scored at least compared to mj and dennis rodman was only for boards and defence

  • Detroit's Reaper
    Detroit's Reaper2 dögum síðan

    Wait you make the arguement that not every team that makes the finals is a all time great team and shows 3 or 4 teams that all loss lol also saying those narratives of dame time, small ball and young grit team are all false lol maybr hopefully but people knew fron day 1 that it was gonna be a easy road for bron and clippers now obviously clippers lost somehow but that doesn't change the fact we all called the clippers and lakers in the west the real finals lol nobody believed denver, portland or rockets would win a championship against either of those teams but now yall saying that the narrative changed when it actually didn't.......the bucks got worse then last year so why would people think they'd win this year easier? The celtics choked imo and played a team that wanted it more and raptors were never gonna win again after kawhi left lol they just went back to being a good team nothing more nothing less not a championship team. Feels like yall trying to push this bron narrative imo. And if we gonna talk about the AD thing then lets do that if you watch the games then AD was putting it away early and bron finished them off usually how it went for 2 games but bron stepped up the last 3 games and made sure he got that fmvp but it was basically over after game 3 with is why people thought AD should get fmvp.

  • ccsmakati takusa
    ccsmakati takusa2 dögum síðan

    This Lebron era, the era of joining or recruiting other superstars to win a Championship, Pierce Garnett Allen the first succesful team and many teams followed, Shaq Kobe Payton and Malone failed

  • One pumppp
    One pumppp2 dögum síðan

    so y’all can talk about lebron complaining to the refs but y’all never talk about jordan bullying, hitting, and beating up his teammates

  • Daniel Escobar

    Daniel Escobar

    Degi Síðan síðan

    yeah it wasn't to convince the refs with his whining, it was to get his teammates heads in the game....

  • One pumppp
    One pumppp2 dögum síðan

    can y’all stop sucking jordan off for his finals wins cause did he win them by his self? nope rings are a TEAM thing and michael NEEDED scottie or dennis so stop talking about lebrons rings

  • rice juice
    rice juice2 dögum síðan

    they all tell me im "salty" when i say miami is good and they earn my respect for coming in finals..

  • Tangara Speedgoda
    Tangara Speedgoda2 dögum síðan

    Well, Lebron has 2 huges advantages (the fact that those 2 are not often brought up in the comparisons is a third advantage). 1/ He always plays either in the most talented team or the second most talented team in the NBA since 2010 2/He faces weak competition He was in the West this season and he won but with the Lakers personnel, he only had one team to worry about: The Clippers. And sure enough, when the Clippers got eliminated, everybody started yelling: Lakers Champion. Now compare that to the team Jordan played for and the competition he had to go against. All titles are not worth the same. In 2001, Allen Iverson faced a much more (no exxageration) tougher competition than Lebron in 2007.

  • Trae Fittz
    Trae Fittz3 dögum síðan

    Those 6 Losses in the Finals dont matter anymore, ill tell you that. That 2011 Loss was BAD but we can’t keep holding it against him as if he can change it.. And its what motivated him to keep Winning Titles. He may Retire 6-6 but Multiple Rings is Good Enough. RESPECT 🏆🏆🏆🏆👏🏾 To Be Continued..

  • Rian danito
    Rian danito3 dögum síðan

    Jordan always be The GOAT, in his prime all over the world knew who jordan was. i'm from south east asia, all the kids in the street knew him, what he played and his greatness to introduced basketball to their mind. and everyone in that time want to play like MJ. lebron in his prime far away behind jordan in that case. if you still dont believe it, come to street in asia and ask who lebron is. all they know is only messi and CR7. and that is the trully definition of The GOAT.

  • Jahleel X

    Jahleel X

    Degi Síðan síðan

    @Rian danito there is nothing to get. How famous u are doesn't determine how great u are. And it doesn't determine if u are the best of all time. If we debate about who is the best then that is not something to mention in the debate. We debate about what happened on the court. Not who is more famous.

  • Rian danito

    Rian danito

    Degi Síðan síðan

    @Jahleel X you still dont get it aren't you. how MJ changed people life and basketball that is the greatness. not only by statistic. if statistic important thing to you, than wilt chamberlain is the truly GOAT. but the question is, how far he influenced the world with basketball ?? and lebron ??

  • Jahleel X

    Jahleel X

    Degi Síðan síðan

    @Rian danito being famous is not criteria for how great of a player you are.

  • Rian danito

    Rian danito

    2 dögum síðan

    @Jahleel X The GOAT is definiton the best of all player, if you don't give all aspect to this, something wrong happen.

  • Jahleel X

    Jahleel X

    2 dögum síðan

    @Rian danito not saying who is or isn't but that should not be criteria

  • Antonio Aguero
    Antonio Aguero3 dögum síðan

    Ok

  • Diego Rangel
    Diego Rangel3 dögum síðan

    Thought he was gonna say MJ is still the goat 😅

  • Sneat
    Sneat3 dögum síðan

    What people seem to not understand is that LeBron is also doing this at year 17. That alone is an incredible achievement. The dude is a Demi god in human flesh.

  • bofooit gojo
    bofooit gojo3 dögum síðan

    Who is here when HEAT made a game 6

  • KaHLiL 2Classy
    KaHLiL 2Classy3 dögum síðan

    Haters love looking for excuses to make when it comes to LeBron. Guess what tho. He keeps proving em wrong

  • Orhan Karamov
    Orhan Karamov3 dögum síðan

    People that say that the heat aren’t finals worthy are jokes lmao. They played harder than any team in the playoffs hard beats talent when talent fails to work hard bro

  • Tretch

    Tretch

    Degi Síðan síðan

    Hey Dumbass their leading scoring got injured, and their all-star/best defensive player was out for multiple games.

  • CDN R
    CDN R3 dögum síðan

    Lebrons stats in the playoffs is alot because he obviously has alot of games. Let's make that per game - so ppg, apg, rpg, etc, it is not as rosy

  • bofooit gojo

    bofooit gojo

    3 dögum síðan

    dumb video

  • Shaun Ginty
    Shaun Ginty3 dögum síðan

    Regarding Larry Bird, the Detroit fans were getting ready to storm the court. They actually did it before the free throws, and they had to be cleared off to finish the game, the Celtics saw this and decided they should get out of there. This game is in ISsofts you can look it up for yourself. Lebron walking off isn’t comparable, since he wasn’t even playing in front of fans

  • David Liu
    David Liu3 dögum síðan

    6:20 "how are they not a good team?" because they didn't have Dragic

  • Mark Ray
    Mark Ray3 dögum síðan

    When are we able to call Jimmy Butler a superstar though? I mean, toe to toe with Labron and he didn't back down. I would say he's come into his own and deserves the recognition.

  • PLANET23K
    PLANET23K3 dögum síðan

    8:06 "LeBron is arguably the best to ever do it"... do exactly what? Advance multiple times to the finals with mixed results, essentially being a championship journeyman? In this regard, agreed. But there's only one Greatest Of All Time, and it's _NOT_ LBJ. I do respect his skill and tenacity which are great, but he's nowhere near Michael Jordan. Even if he wins 7 or more championships. Period.

  • HaZe _
    HaZe _3 dögum síðan

    I’ve never heard someone THIS bias towards LeBron until now

  • Emanuel Martinez
    Emanuel Martinez3 dögum síðan

    If Lebron get 6 rings idc what anybody says he’s the GOAT over MJ, MJ is GOAT over chips won wise but Lebron is GOAT career and stat wise everyone’s argument the main argument you have of MJ is 6 championships a 3peat and killer mentality Lebron has 4 chips potentially could have a 3peat on our hands and if he does 3peat he ties MJ in rings and also 3peats like MJ did, if Lebron has 6 rings and does a 3peat with the Lakers this argument is dead idc what anybody says Lebron would be the GOAT.

  • Vee Pee Cee
    Vee Pee Cee3 dögum síðan

    4-7 now

  • Liam Carmody
    Liam Carmody3 dögum síðan

    How do the Heat not have a Superstar? Is Jimmy BUCKETS not a superstar?

  • Dylanlewis69
    Dylanlewis693 dögum síðan

    I accept his greatness. But he is not the G.O.A.T.

  • Mark Paul Abare, Jr.
    Mark Paul Abare, Jr.3 dögum síðan

    Oh man, can't we just be grateful to see one of the greatest athletes that ever lived? Good analysation!

  • José Pozo
    José Pozo3 dögum síðan

    Shaq is 4-2 in the finals, you forgot his finals with orlando against houston

  • Mike Durant

    Mike Durant

    2 dögum síðan

    Well spotted. Theres a few mistakes in this video.

  • isaac cabezas
    isaac cabezas3 dögum síðan

    I would consider him the GOAT but he scored 8 points in the NBA finals game vs Dallas and lost. And he scored 14 points against the Spurs and lost again. What should have been an easy win for him and Miami turned into a loss.

  • isaac cabezas
    isaac cabezas3 dögum síðan

    I don't know anyone who predicted Miami to get into the Finals. But I was even more surprised when Denver got so far. They weren't on the radar at all. People predicted the Lakers, Clippers, Raptors, and Bucks.

  • isaac cabezas
    isaac cabezas3 dögum síðan

    He complains and whine so much but doesn't get called for technical. The bias

  • Draftsman's Table
    Draftsman's Table3 dögum síðan

    dumb video

  • Cai Cruz
    Cai Cruz3 dögum síðan

    I came from wtf are you sayin to, ohhh, he is right

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