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    Jordan: Only stars that could be successful in my era is Lebron, Kobe, Duncan, Dirk

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    It’s Jordan’s short list of current stars who could be nearly as successful in his era: LeBron James, Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan … and Dirk Nowitzki.



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    slap in the face to rose and kd

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fly View Post
    slap in the face to rose and kd
    Not neccessarily. The four mentioned have been in the league a lot longer than Rose and KD. Quite possible MJ doesn't think Rose and KD could be successful atm, but possibly down the line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fly View Post
    slap in the face to rose and kd
    and Wade, and Melo and CP3

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    The thing is anyone who plays in Jordan's era has to go through Jordan. Who was successful against a prime Jordan? Nobody.

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    paul pierce?

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    He is so wrong about that its not funny. He is trying to say that he played in a much better era which is not true.

    The Knicks were sorry in his time. Ewings best player was John Starks and that guy sucked!! You put KD on that team and the Bulls dont get by the Knicks. Reggie Miller was a prime time star in that era. He is not even as good as Ray Allen and Allen is a second or third rate star in todays game. Jordan is off his meds. Old man has alzheimers
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    Big slap in the face to Wade especially. MVP level play for a number of years, and still a top 7 player in the league. Surprised MJ didn't add him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fired-Up View Post
    The thing is anyone who plays in Jordan's era has to go through Jordan. Who was successful against a prime Jordan? Nobody.
    Who would be considered the prime team that Jordan had to go against in the 90's?

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    More stupidity from the GOAT..

    Getting a bit more defensive lately.


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    When you're talking Jordan, success means something else entirely...

    He's not talking all star or first team...

    He is talking multiple titles...

    Based on that, he's right...

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    I agree, this list looks pretty accurate. I would defend for Wade, but I just don't see his (or any other type of reckless type style player/present elite PGs) really producing in that era like they do now. The man has spoken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bringinwood View Post
    When you're talking Jordan, success means something else entirely...

    He's not talking all star or first team...

    He is talking multiple titles...

    Based on that, he's right...
    Well based on that the only players that could play in todays game from the 90's would be Jordan, Pippen, Hakeem, and Horry. Thats dumb logic

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    Quote Originally Posted by bringinwood View Post
    When you're talking Jordan, success means something else entirely...

    He's not talking all star or first team...

    He is talking multiple titles...

    Based on that, he's right...
    Well, the same could be said about any players switching eras, if the criteria for "success" is so narrow.

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