This is according to The Washington Post, they feel that “Lebron James has moved past Michael Jordan in post-season value over replacement, a box score estimate of the points per 100 possessions that a player contributed above a replacement-level player. In other words, James, despite not winning as many championships as Jordan, is the most valuable playoff player of all time.”
What made it evermore clear to them is when Lebron fulfilled his promise to Cleveland fans that he would bring a home a championship – something that hadn’t happened for a major sports team in the city of Cleveland in 52 years. To add James can now claim 5 of the 13 games ever played, in which a player had at least 20 points, 10 assists and 10 rebounds. Larry Bird and Magic Johnson are the only two players to have more than one. Charles Barkley, Tim Duncan, Jason Kidd and James Worthy have the others. Jordan has none.