“He doesn’t elevate players as much as a normal superstar. He relegates his teammates to also-rans and doesn’t bring out the best in them. He took Chris Bosh, a great player, and made him a spot-up shooter in the corner and has done the same thing to Kevin Love.” – Jason Whitlock
FS1 'Speak For Yourself' host Jason Whitlock joined The Herd Wednesday to talk about LeBron's James' perceived value in comparison to the all-time greats when it comes to his ability, or lack thereof, to make his teammates better.
Whitlock told Colin Cowherd that LeBron is more like Wilt Chamberlain, than Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson, and Larry Bird; that is, one of the most prodigious talents in sports history who was always more built to do things on his own as an otherworldly phenom, than be a guy who created favorable opportunities for his less-talented teammates.