“I think those two guys are different. LeBron’s a once-in-a-lifetime type of player. I think people were really waiting for him to win the championship to compare him (to Jordan), just like any other great player. The stuff Jordan was doing was unreal. It’s not a knock on LeBron or taking anything from him because the stuff he’s doing is unreal as well, but it’s kind of hard to compare anybody to Michael Jordan, just the way he played the game of basketball. Guys are different. I don’t really like when people compare eras or guys back then to guys now. … Players are unique in their own different way, and LeBron is one of them.”
Do you cringe knowing you might be next when it comes to comparing you to certain players?
“I don’t really think about it because those guys, they paved the way for us and they made it easier for us today … It’s kind of difficult to really say, because this game right now is different. It’s shifted to a small-game game whereas then it was more bigs. … I always say you can’t compare guys until both guys are finished playing. So you’ll see when Kobe Bryant is done playing, how you’d compare him to Michael, Magic Johnson or LeBron.”
– John Rohde
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