Eddy_JukeZ wrote:LeBird wrote:Eddy_JukeZ wrote:I didn't know Durant, Westbrook and Harden won a MVP each while on the same team.
And yet, OKC is far stronger than anything Jordan beat in the finals.
I didn't bring up Jordan, so I'm not sure why you did.
You Lebron stans are insufferable nowadays.
It’s pretty clear who gets butthurt about the argument that LeBron faced far tougher odds.
In any case, if that OKC trio wasn’t at their absolute peak it doesn’t detract from the claim of them being a super team. That team had at least two 1st ballot HOF near their peaks, another one just before his (his usage was just lower) as well as other beasts like Ibaka.
It shows that if you don’t consider them a super team in LeBron’s time that same team would still be better than anything Jordan beat in the finals and if it existed back in the 90s no one would blink about calling them a super team, such was the paucity of MJ’s competition. MJ was on the super team himself with no comparable opponent. The closest it gets is the Jazz team, and they were old. And they wouldn’t be considered a super team in today’s league - one of many 2 star teams.
If LeBron had those Bulls teams even today’s stacked era he’d probably have won rings regardless - that’s how much he impacts winning.