Lol. That did not help you case dude. I clearly said that you only watched game 4 of the finals and assumed that Wade is the momentum changer. Im obviously right since you cannot bring any other evidence to back you up. Just because Wade was the best player in game 4 doesn't mean he's the momentum changer through out the playoffs for the Heat.
And for Mo Williams you stated before that he had to put the Cavs in his back late in the game because LeBron is choking or incapable of being a clutch player for his team. Now I want you to look at the 4th quarter of that game and tell me how exactly did Mo put the team on his back when LeBron scored 12 points while Mo scored 2. Please explain.
And just because a team did not win a championship that doesn't mean they are not a title team. Payton and Kemp were a title team thats why they made it to the finals.
Look at the box score. LeBron scores, rebounds and dishes, he can't help but t be great. Look at the plus/minus though. It's all there. Everyone who had an objective eye about LeBron said what I said about that game and he looked weird from the gate in that series, well from parts in that game, let me say that. it was just a weird situation , where the MVP did not look like the guy who was putting up 38 point triple doubles and front running and dancing all over the place. It was a pre cursor to the next year's Finals where he really became a soft minded individual in the late quarteres.
It's okay to say LeBron is great but not with the stuff inside that Larry, Jerry, Kobe, and MJ had.
he isn't a 2/3 and though Larry was a forward similar to LeBron, he was more perimeter oriented and Lebron's true strength as a scorer is inside.
LeBron is GREAt, but I don't think he has the heart of MJ or Kobe.
it's not a debate in my eyes.
It's something that I can't convince YOU, but I have no desire to