Former NBA great, Hall of Famer and G.O.A.T., Michael Jordan, recently opened up about how he’d knock off LeBron James one-on-one.

By Robby Sabo

Tell us what you really think Michael.

Of course we’re referring to Michael Jordan, former Chicago Bulls great and a man on the short list for greatest NBA player of all time. And of course we’re speaking about his recent words in a question and answer segment that came from the Michael Jordan Flight School.

When asked who would win in a game of one-on-one, LeBron James or himself, his Airness said “no question” he’d take him down. He also chose Dean Smith over Phil Jackson as the greatest coach he every played for. Finally, he confirmed that the all-time Bulls would take out the all-time Los Angeles Lakers, as per some Shaquille O’NealScottie Pippen social media trash talk from recent weeks.

Who could argue with the answers?

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